Z I can vouch for the control the Gravel King SK has to offer, just get the pressure right. Experiment a little before the time to dial it in. Also, if you frame allows, consider using the GK in the 43mm, at least on the front. My fave set-up right now is GK35 on the back (they are being phased out, for the 38's) with a 43 in the front (these are replacing the older 40's). If you get the pressure a little lower in the front (easy to do since you have a smaller rear), then you get plenty of warning and control with the rear breaking away before you lose the front.
I am a big GK fan.
Cheers and enjoy your ride!
Hey thepointchris Thanks for your reply and the vote of confidence in the Gravel King SK. My only question would be how do I know the sizing in the tires when I order them? old 35(actually 38) old 40(actually 43) I understand that if I buy the new ratings I get what they are but if I buy old or the seller is selling the old I am guessing I am getting the wider tire than it is marked. Thanks Zman
If it was easy it wouldn't be a memory. You just hope you don't have all your memories in the same ride. been there dun that Zman