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re: "Having rubber of different hardness on the left and right shoulders of the front tyre can affect the feel and balance of the bike, especially under braking and changes of direction. In this case, such handling problems would outweigh any benefit so an asymmetric front tyre might not be the best solution."
translation: no free lunch. we've been coming to Germany for years now, if a different front were in fact the solution...? it would've been done already.