In 15 years of street riding, I’ve never had a flat. Lucky I guess. Bikes all had tubeless. Currently I’m looking for a bike that can handle rough pavement / potholes, city riding mostly, and the occasional freeway ride for up to 100 miles or so. I’d like the versatility of some mild dirt road capability. DR650 or KLR seem like a good fit, or maybe the Versys X-300. They all run tubes. So is riding on tubes just a risk to accept? I mean, a flat is trickier to fix, especially without a center stand, and a front puncture seems like it could be bad news at speed. But millions ride on tubes. Am I overthinking this? Or not?