Vetus Ossa wrote:bikes4two wrote:Whether M or M+, it's pretty likely that a puncture will happen sometime. I've not used the M but did use the M+ which were horribly tight on my wheels and as such I genuinely feared getting a road-side puncture and NOT being either get the tyre off in the first instance or not being able to get it back on again without levers and the risk of pinching/puncturing the tube in doing so.
This fear was hightened at the prospect of a puncture on a cold, wet, winter's day
My solution to this was to give away 2 pairs of M+ and fitted something else, not with the same puncture resistance but something I could actually change on the side of the road and not get hypothermia.
Hmmm, and what did you use then?
As I said before my M+s come off and on without problems (and I’m no expert).