Too be honest I hardly ever go over 60mph, basically lives around 35 to 50mph and mostly off road. It’s geared way down so it’s Definitely a handful if your not careful.
PDWestman I recognize the V pattern to which you speak, but on the bike pic above would not the center of the V contact the gravel first, followed by the wings of the V coming afterward which should shovel the marbles outward? Unless you are riding backwards of course. Straighten me out. Line6
yup thinking about it Nope ..... you lost me, your description doesn not hold true in my mind When the center knob touches the ground 1st, the Vee acts like a scoop shovel and scoops the marbles into the center line. this makes no sense line6You are looking at the pattern of the tire under the front fender, you need to look at the 'imprint of the tire', On The Ground'?
When the center knob touches the ground 1st, the Vee acts like a scoop shovel and scoops the marbles into the center line.
When the outer tips (or wings) of the Vee touch the ground 1st, the Vee acts like a 'squeegee' and scoots the marbles to the sides.
Think about it!
A front tire is Always driven. And 'Driven' even harder when on the front brake.