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Tyre pressures

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This topic contains 2 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by John Rimmer John Rimmer 1 week, 1 day ago.

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  • #7718
    John Rimmer
    John Rimmer
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    I’m running Avon Roadriders with 28psi front and rear, I can’t  recall how I chose these pressures as I’ve been using 28 for years. Any ideas if this is the best combination ?

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    Graham Redrup
    Keymaster

    Hi John, When I first bought Avon Roadriders the supplier recommended to me to start with a pressure 5 psi above what I used on the old TT100 or Avon Roadrunner due to the different construction of the tyre. I found this to be excellent all round, 31 psi front 33 psi rear

    • #7720
      John Rimmer
      John Rimmer
      Participant

      Thanks Graham and now I remember 28 would have been from the owners manual so not for a modern tyre. I’ll gice 31/33 a try.

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