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This standard tire design has a hooked, U-shaped rim and open tire casing with a tube inside. Clinchers are commonly associated with road bikes because the high tire pressure forces the lip of the tire into the rim for a super-snug fit (quite literally clinching it into place), but they can be found on all kinds of bikes.
Also known as CX or cross, cyclocross is a type of off-road bicycle racing done on an obstacle course. It can also refer to a style of off-road riding. Cyclocross bikes look similar to road bikes but have certain features (like knobby tires and disc brakes) made for off-roading. Think of it as a happy medium between road and mountain biking.
This bike is designed specifically for road riding. Made of carbon fiber, titanium, steel, aluminum, or an alloy, these bikes come in a range of shapes and sizes to fit the needs and body of the rider. Unlike your average bicycle, it is often more lightweight, has extra gear combinations, and features tires that are narrow, inflated at high pressures, and smooth.
Heading into twisty asphalt roads in the mountains, I thought the tall Tenere might feel like a fish out of water but it was actually a well-balanced and nimble machine. There is a fair amount of dive and squat entering and coming out of corners but not enough to upset the bike. The Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tires held on tight during sporty riding and only rarely did the rear kick out without a Traction Control safety net. For the experienced hand, Traction Control is really not a requirement with the smooth, predictable power of the Tenere 700. And the motor gets livelier in the upper revs, making it fun to wind out, but acceleration is still pretty much the same no matter what the RPM.
Contrary to popular belief, looking cool is not the top priority when getting on your bike. No matter how hot it is outside, shorts, a T-shirt, and sandals are not proper riding attire. Even jeans provide minimal protection against injury and road rash if you happen to slide. You can go for extreme protection with leathers or reinforced jackets, pants, and boots.
Give your bike a good once-over before hitting the road. Things you should check out every time you get on your motorcycle include tire pressure, mirrors and lights. Taking a quick walk around your bike will give you an idea if there are any loose bolts, leaks or other potential mechanical hazards. 153554b96e