After, 3,700 miles on the Great Divide, i would recommend the Allaround over the Bite for better durability and less likely to flat in thorn country, i.e., New Mexico.
Love the balance between road & gravel with the tread pattern, and the volume is a dream in terms of cushioning. However, the suppleness comes at a cost when you consider the sidewalls. In my experience they are pretty thin and if you run your pressure too low they are quite prone to punctures, so just consider your pressure carefully.
I have this on the front of my Bacchetta ATT 20 with a Kojak 26 in the rear. Smooth ride. Low rolling resistance. I coast faster then my wife on her upright with 700c rims. I've been riding primarily on the street, through tree debris in the bike lane and no cuts or punctures so far. Highly recommended for recumbents
Pulled my Dad's old Raleigh out of the garage last month. Tires looked like they had leprosy they were so dry-rotted, bummer. Luckily these replacements were cheap and easy from Western Bikeworks. Now I have a working town bike to go get that growler refilled. The black sidewalls are nice, stay looking clean. Pro tip if you are fixing up an old bike like I was, just go ahead and replace the tubes AND the rubber rim-strips (covers the spoke heads) cuz they are going to be rotten too when you get in there.