Originally Posted by MikeDT
Have you tried using kevlar tires?
I used to run Continental Gatorskins, but find the combination of latex tubes and GP4000s relatively puncture resistant and very fast rolling.
Those two examples are pretty unusual for me. The Race of Six Friends courses kill tires. Talking to other teams at the finish, most were running 700x28 tires, or fatter - the one guy on our team who didn't puncture was on 32s. (It was pretty funny to see my team talking to some of the other teams at the finish: "Yeah, I switched to a 12-28 cassette and my friend put compact cranks on...what cassette are you running?" "Uh, the one that's on my bike?" The guys are strong riders, and suckers for punishment - they did the next race fixed gear.)
Today: 91km: http://app.strava.com/rides/14084186
Yesterday:76.5km with the bunch: http://app.strava.com/rides/14084186
EDIT: I haven't flatted since that last post.