Gawd, if it's that easy . . . .These tires are actually easier to change than a dirt bike tire! Use an eight inch "C" clamp to break the bead. My secret is Dawn liquid soap, rub generously on the bead/rim and she slips right off/on.
Hey Pashnit,I go through a set every two rides & go through a lot of tires so other day I took them to the local shop instead of normal Cycle Gear. Off the bike, the out the door cost was $86 to get them swapped out. Felt like an idiot really cuz I never asked what they charged, and nearly $90 is ridiculous. Almost went and bought a tire changing machine right then an there, was so riled about that. Back to Cycle Gear with another new set of 014's next week- they charge about $40.
I used to change my own over 10 yrs ago back in college days, pretty poor back then. And yes, I used a c-clamp and board to break bead. Tire irons to get new ones one, then Cycle Gear charge $5 per to balance.