HiptonRadcliffIII wrote:Initially I struggled to get my tubeless set up working, but it is definitely worth the fuss for me. I have really come to like the low rolling resistance and low pressure setup. It has made me undeniably faster cornering and maintaining speed around the trail.
I was getting the occasional pinch flat (maybe 6-8 a year) hanging up or getting out of rhythm on rocks or roots. Now its basically a non issue after going tubeless (I have flatted a rim or two).
If youre a fast enough rider where more grip around the trail would be something you'd use. You're holding yourself back with tubes.
This pretty much echos what I found. I've been set up with tubeless for about a month now, and it's just... nicer. I'm still curious about how it'll be long term, but for now I'm sticking with it.