do you set your tire pressure to what is on the sidewall
:+1:.......i usually run a little more air pressure in the rear and it seems to work for me. most call for 42psi i believe but i try to stay around 38 front and 34 rear but that differs from time to time and depending on the weather and tires i'm using.max? Nope, its a good starting point. Then you can adjust it for riding style and preference. Also each tire works better at different psi. Soem like higher for mileage, and not a lot of aggressive riding, while others want max grip and performance, which typically sacrafices mileage.
No. That is the max psi indicated. Tire pressure depends on what tire you use, what kind of riding you do, climate conditions, etc. A good starting point for most street tires might be-do you set your tire pressure to what is on the sidewall
don't know till you ask man and each of us will have a different preference BUT running them both at 42 now, and then dropping them to any of the mentioned figures....you'll be able to tell a diference right away with how the bike feels,handles,and reacts.:helmet:lol straight answer if i ever saw one, sounds like Im a little high... on tire pressure that is
I agree. its an excellent tire. What is amazing about this tire is the crazy low pressures it runs due to its NTEC technology. I have heard that the D 211 GPs (the UK made ones) last much longer than the GPAs (US made version). Do you have any experience with the UK version? Is is different grip wise?Yes it is....... and WHAT A GREAT tire! I ran the D211 GPA's on my (bike we shell not speak it's name) and got 2800 miles out or a set. 90% hard canyon riding