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Maxxis Hookworm BMX/Urban Bike Tires are excellent for all-around use. Curved grooved slick design - High rated pressure 110 PSI - Rim to rim tread-protected sidewalls. The Hookworm features a hard 70a black compound for street, flatland, and ramps. With an unmistakable tread pattern, the Hookworm tire is standard equipment for serious freestyle riders. The high performance qualities of the unique grooved tread pattern allow for straight-line performance and cornering control. The Hookworm is a high pressure rated bike tire at 110 PSI, which rolls fast and reduces the risk of pinch flats. The Hookworm features a hard 60a black compound for street, flatland, and ramps. With an unmistakable grab all surface tread pattern, the Hookworm tire is standard equipment for the serious freestyle bicycle riders. The high performance qualities of the grooved tread pattern allow straight-line performance and cornering control. The Hookworm is high pressure rated for up to 110 PSI, which rolls fast and reduces the overall risk of pinch flats. The Hookworms seem to be faster on pavement but are a lot heavier. But then the Holy Rollers seem to have a better overall rating by people for a mixed bag of conditions (gravel, hard packed trails, pavement, etc). If you want easy rolling tires for all around town riding mostly on pavement, the Hookworm tires are good. Which one of the two tires would you people recommend, or is there another tire that would fit my riding even better? Keep these bike tires fat for some level of comfort. The Holy Rollers are nice, Hookworms are for BMX-style riding (park type stuff). You can also check out Kenda K-Rads, which are similar to the Holy Roller with some tread, but usually had for far less money. Also, the Specialized Rhythm (2.3) and Compound (2.2) tires are good. For comfort while still being able to cruise easier and not work your butt off while getting around. This is why larger (2 - 2.5") slick tires would fit some people's needs better. Are the meatier tires a lot slower than the skinnier slicks? 26" Hookworms on a Cannondale 50/50 work great. The linear brake cables just barely clear the tires, but they do clear. The wheels have to be installed with the tires deflated.