Anyone know if the Pirelli MT60's are tubed or tubeless?
Don't know who makes the spokes, but when I was placing my order for the Classic I specifically asked about the rims. The dealer contacted the technical man in Ducati UK and they confirmed that the spoked wheels were tubed.....oh thats interesting now, why the conflicting information? are the spokes not the Alpina's originally thought?
... what's the big deal between tubed and tubeless? I've only ever had tubed tires, so I'm actually curious about what makes tubeless better.
The biggest difference is in the way they deflate when you get a puncture. With a tube it can be like bursting a balloon and deflation is very fast. Not nice when your rounding a corner at 70mph. Tubeless tyres rarely deflate quickly unless they suffer a large cut. Often the nail or whatever remains in the tyre partially sealing the hole and pressure loss is very slow.What is the main difference between tube vs tubeless. Why is it that some out there only want tubeless?
I am not tech-minded when it comes to bikes, so forgive me if my question may seem silly to some out there.