- What psi for llandegla
Is this a serious question? If so it’s worse than the ‘what tyres’ threads.
Anyway, assuming it’s not. Depends. Depends on how heavy you are, the geometry of the frame, the tyres you’re using, the rubber compound in said tyres, whether you’re using a 26 or a 29er or something else (shudder) the moisture content of the ground and atmospheric pressure. And that’s just off the top of my head.
Start at 35psi and if that’s too soft and the bike feels ‘squirmy’ put some more in, if you’re finding the bike loosing traction on climbs and corners etc, take some out.Posted 5 years agonickjbSubscriber
try starting at 1 and ride it for a couple of miles if thats too soft put another 1 in and ride for another couple of miles, repeat until darwin takes over
That’s silly. You’d have to keep pumping all the way round. Start at 2000 then let 1 out every mile. That way you can leave your pump in the car.Posted 5 years agohigthepigMember
That’s silly. You’d have to keep pumping all the way round. Start at 2000 then let 1 out every mile. That way you can leave your pump in the car.
That’s silly, because if you puncture, you won’t be able to blow it up again.
I’ve used 32.77935471 in the front and 34.98365 in the rear before, HTH.Posted 5 years agofranksinatraSubscriber
Try and be more helpful chaps. No good suggesting tyre pressure and not even stating whether that pressure is on a cold tyre or one that has ben running a while.
The perfect pressure is midway between too soft and too hard on the scientific squeeze test using perfectly calibrated fingers.Posted 5 years ago
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