Jaybird180 Posted August 15, 2016 Report Share Posted August 15, 2016 So I'm thinking about the tire pressure (being nerdy again trying to work through the mental exercise), that's it's not really an absolute value (right?) that it's a relative value. We have 1ATM (29.92"Hg at sea level) pressing on the outside of the tire and the air that we put in is pressing back at whatever pressure we set as measured on our tire gauge. If we set the pressure on Monday and Tuesday a weather system moves in with it's associated barometric low, will we need to change our tire pressure? Any why? But my real question is why does the bike manufacturer recommend a tire pressure, then the tire manufacturer says to run a specific pressure, then when you arrive at the track, the local hero says to run another number that's always lower than either. Do the manufacturers not know what they're talking about? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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