Tire edged design and sand, do the groves matter?
For street use, one area that can really screw things up is sand on a turn.
I noticed some tires have very little or no groves along the edges where you would be if you were leaning in a turn. Others have more there.
I get the rain grove part, but wouldn't that have some truth with sand as well?
Meaning, if you have a mostly smooth area around the edge and you hit sand, you're going to have a harder time than if you had some groves in that same area.
Just noticing the design of different tires and thinking about the worst thing we usually get on the road. Sand, gravel, oil, on a turn.