That wear was the result of one long, hard ride on rough dirt and heavy gravel roads. Some of the roads that I like to ride really eat up a set of tires in a hurry. I believe that I could wear out a new set of the stockers on a single weekend of riding on some of our gravel roads - the stockers are OK on pavement, but totally unsuited for riding hard on dirt and gravel roads. My second set was the Conti Attack - they didn't last much longer, but I liked the way they rode. The Distanzia held up pretty good, and the front still has thousands of miles of riding left on it. I'll decide in the next day or two whether to stick with the Distanzia (the noise doesn't bother me, but they are loud when riding on smooth pavement) or to switch over to the Tourance.
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Don't you think that it's a ^%#$&# shame that Hunter S. Thompson wasn't an adventure rider? Imagine the ride reports...!