Messed up and contemplating an oncoming car didn't notice a chuck of collapsed road edge and gave myself a pinch puncture on the front wheel.
The small tear was just on the rim, too big to self-seal and I thought about a plug but I realised that the side wall was not going to get pressed into place and then I realised the kit was in my other bike (also clearance isn't good on the Defy so last attempt with a cheap plugging kit on this bike was a failure).
Tyre had been on for 18 months. Came off rim without problems (Conti sealant - Schwalbe 1s glue to the rims, which might be the Schwalbe sealant aka Stan's, I believe). I carry pliers so no trouble removing the valve. The Conti popped off the rim with a couple of tyre levers. Last year's sealant still sloshing around happily. Inner tube popped in, gas inflated up, tyres popped onto the rim and got home.
Experience no worse than tubed tyre.
I've been procrastinating over replacing the worn out rear anyway so time to go up to 28s (sitting there waiting since last year) from the 25s.
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