Haven't gotten 1,000 miles out of these yet and I'm already seeing threads. I am about 210 lbs so this is a factor and one thing that's my fault is I didn't rotate front - back at 800 miles like usual but with only 900 or so miles I didn't go over too much. I will say that for the cost they really aren't a bad deal, if you get 2,000 miles from two sets you've still spent less than some more expensive brands.
I'd give this a 5 star rating if I hadn't had a flat within the first couple of weeks (never could find what had caused it). They handle well and have plenty of grip. I actually slightly preferred my old Maxxis Detonators, but the price was right on these!
I like these tires a lot. I switched from hybrid tires to these and was impressed on the way they roll so easily. I have been riding on these tire for more than a month and have no complaints.
I purchased a set of these tires for winter training and so far they've proven to be as good a value in an inexpensive clincher
as I've ever experienced. Other reviewers have commented on the difficulty in mounting the Kadence and so it proved,
however when the bead has been broken once or twice, the issue seems to disappear. After about 300 miles, there has been
minimal wear, and I've had only one flat. They roll well, and are reasonably supple. I have no problem recommending the
Kadence for those looking for an inexpensive alternative for training and general recreational riding.