My daughter ended up putting a triple crank on her Cannondale.
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I was just commenting on canalligators comment vs yours dkoloko - probably didn't come out right.
Anyway, I think I agree with you both. I'm not going to rotate the tires, planning on replacing them. And yes, if I was going to rotate to extend their miles I think it makes much more sense if I would have done it along the way. I have been known (by my wife) to wait to long to rotate my car tires
BTW: thanks all for the help in the original question about figuring out tire size options - much appreciated. I'll probably not try all the sizes to see how big I could get - although that makes sense if I had to know. Perhaps a practical solution would be to just move up to the next size 35mm for my next set and use them for the next year.
Then I can decide next year if I want to try something larger or stay with 35 or return to the 32mm
Rotation: Rear wears 3x front. If you put worn rear on front you risk crashing in blowout.
...However, I work off peak hours so can take my bike on. You can't take it on the Metro during rush hours. They really need to change that.