Should you change to tubeless tyres? (video)

Once the choice was simple: clincher v tubular. But now tubeless are on the brink of taking off, and in some situations they might be perfect

If you’ve bought a new bike in the past year or so, chances are the wheelset is ‘tubeless-ready’. The technology has been around for several years and the number of manufacturers now making them is reaching a tipping point. Last month Zipp, builder of the most sought-after carbon wheels on the market, announced its first tubeless-ready wheelset.

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