Lower tire pressure: Tubeless tires can be run at lower pressures than traditional tire and tube setups because the lack of an inner tube means there is no risk of pinch flats. Lower tire pressure can improve traction and comfort on the trails.
Fewer vibrations: Because tubeless tires do not have an inner tube, there is no tube to vibrate or bounce around inside the tire. This can result in a smoother ride.
Better tire stability: Tubeless tires can be seated more securely on the rim because they are sealed to the rim using a special liquid sealant. This can result in improved stability and handling.
Increased tire grip: The ability to run lower tire pressures can also improve grip by allowing the tire to conform more closely to the terrain. This can be especially beneficial on slippery or uneven trails.