So my lovely MTB is out of action currently while I wait for a replacement mech hanger to come from France (literally no where in the UK has any for my bike), so I thought I'd dust off the road bike and use that for my daily exercise. Problem is its not been ridden in almost a decade, and when I did ride it, I had constant puncture issues. Could this be down to the tyres it came with? The rims are 18mm wide (edge to edge) with a 12mm inner width, it has 16mm rim tape installed, the current tyres are Continental Ultra Sport 700x28c. Based on that am I correct in thinking those tyres are too wide for the rim and should really be 23-25c with appropriately sized inner tubes?