Pardon me, but another tire issue
Qualifier: I am just guessing and opinionating, so there is no use getting huffy and puffy with me cause I tell you right now: I don't know what I am talking about.
But here is my rap: I am skeptical of those front tires with a grove right in the middle of it like the Dunnies (E4) or the Stones (709) . Especially the front tires. I think I rather have a tire that is solid right in the middle; like the Metz.
The reason: I wonder if that groove in the middle effects or motivates the wobble, or how exactly the middle groove yields to high speed and turning. Because, whatever one thinks, it seems apparent to me that front tires with middle-grooves must flex differently than ones without, given the same vector centrifugal force on an identical lean. That hole in there, that groove, must prompt a consequence unlike the non-grooved.
Am I reading too much into tire design? Maybe. But I would like to see some scientific evidence of the difference between the centered grooved and the non...I know I ain't gonna see it, I just wish I could.
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