Flying tubeless… Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Flying tubeless… Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total) Flying tubeless… oxym0r0nSubscriber Been a few years since I flew with my bike. I used to let all the air out of the shocks and let most of the air out of my tyres, so they had about 10psi in them. I presume some people have flown tubeless – ok? Do I still need to let the air out of my forks? Thanks Posted 4 years ago DogsbySubscriber Oxy, No issues at all. I left all alone when flying to and from Australia and everything was fine. I may have been asked by the check-in staff if I had let the tyres down and I believe I may have fibbed a little. Dogsby Posted 4 years ago mtbmattMember I’ve never let them down and never had issues. The luggage compartment is pressurised. Posted 4 years ago MilkieMember Yes always let them down… Just like the pilots do after take off. 😆 Posted 4 years ago oxym0r0nSubscriber Thanks folks – knew the hold was pressurised but just needed some real world experience 😀 Posted 4 years ago aracerSubscriber If it’s in a box, just lie when asked. Do not ask the check in staff whether the pilots will be letting the air out of their tyres. Posted 4 years ago Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total) The topic ‘Flying tubeless…’ is closed to new replies.