zalacain said:Not tubeless but the same as Tubulars except they fit on clincher rims. Wide variety of CX treads too.
Thanks for your comments (and sorry to the OP for slightly hijacking your thread ...)Surly B said:If you can go for a set of tubulars, and a cheap set of wheels for training and riding clinchers. It will give you more options at races, plus back up if you flat.
It also appears that not all manufactures are offering tubulars on their top models.James Huang said:Depends on what you're looking for.
Tubeless lets you run a lower air pressure than a typical tube-type setup but not as low as a proper tubular (still need enough air to keep the tire from burping or rolling). I've generally only been able to run down to about 40psi whereas I regularly run 30psi or lower with tubies.
Tread selection is also pretty limited so far but the Hutchinson ones that are out there currently are at least pretty good. The Bulldog in particular is far meatier than what's usually offered for 'cross, which is great for rockier and/or looser conditions.
Bstrong said:Looking for any input and experiences with tubeless for CX. I've used them for MTB only. Thanks, B