The second day of the Stonekingralley is done, and it was a big day on the bike with nearly 80 km in distance and more than 2000 vm of climbing.
“At the end of the day, we had a total descent of, 4800 vm. Those numbers sound like a lot of fun, which we absolutely had.” – Claus
Tire choice and air pressure is crucial in high alpine terrain and long downhill stages.
“I chose the Magic Marry in the front and the Big Betty in the back with 1.3 and 1.6 Bar of pressure without any inserts. I didn’t have any flats so far this season, which is remarkable compared to the past. These tires provide endless grip and less rolling resistance, what gives me security, so I can focus on riding fast.” – Gustav