The Tyre Pressure Thread

What Pressure do you run in your Tyres, if different F - R please list the higher

  • < 15psi

    Votes: 1 1.9%
  • 15-18psi

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 19-24psi

    Votes: 26 50.0%
  • 25-28psi

    Votes: 20 38.5%
  • 29-32psi

    Votes: 5 9.6%
  • 33-36psi

    Votes: 4 7.7%
  • 36-39psi

    Votes: 1 1.9%
  • > 40psi

    Votes: 2 3.8%
  • Tubes

    Votes: 6 11.5%
  • Tubeless

    Votes: 18 34.6%

  • Total voters
    52

Mattyp

Likes Dirt
Going off a recent conversation, interested to see what people are running, feel free to elaborate on Tyre / Rider Weight / Cushcore / Type of Riding
 

Mattyp

Likes Dirt
On my Enduro bike, F: Assegai exo 32psi / R: DHF exo 34psi, 82kg , rode this setup most recently in Bright, but is pretty much my goto starting point depending on terrain.
 

Dales Cannon

Adminerotic
Staff member
Depends...

On soft sand 4/6 pissies on the fat bike, 26x4.7
Usual trail stuff on the Bronson is 19/24ish, 2.4 / 2.25 650B
Hardtrail stuff where the fork is locked out on the hardtail anything up to 40... 2.1 29er

90 kg.

Hard to answer without knowing the trails, bike and how hard the police are chasing.
 
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Calvin27

Eats Squid
25f/28r tubeless for the am rig. I've run lower front but these days I fill her up to 25/28 and check it once a month :p.
30f/40r tubed for the xc rig. (mainly because that bike is infrequent use)

81kg
 

kten

Likes Dirt
Assegai 2.5 EXO 22-24psi
Dissector 2.4 EXO 25-27psi with cushcore
30mm internal rims on a hardtail

88kg
 

creaky

The obviative
82kg
23/24 F on 2.35 tyres, 30mm rims
25/26 R on 2.3 tyres, 30mm rims, a psi less on the dually

No pool noodles
 

Isaakk

Likes Dirt
22-24F, 2.35 tyre (currently Aggressor Exo), 28mm rim
23-25R, 2.25-2.35 tyre (currently Forekaster Exo), 25mm rim

84kg, mostly just trail type stuff.
 

Ultra Lord

Beanie Fitment Specialist
95kg
30psi front- 2.5 assegai exo
32-34psi rear- 2.3 aggressor DD
Just tubeless. Rear gets dinged every now and again when I mess up and do something stupid.
 

stirk

Wheel size expert
Mind blown with possible options, can't possibly offer useful response other than my own opinion,........ I should be a politician.
 

Cardy George

Is not in gaol
80kg, on a hardtail, flatland XC.

Depends on the ride. General purpose commuting it's 20f/35r to support the weight of my bag. Race day it's down to 15f/28r to cope with loose sand over hard pack, generally mid-corner.

Tubeless Forever.
 

BT180

Eats Squid
Geezus, does everyone on RB weigh 80-89kg?!?!
Yep!

82kg
F: 18psi
R: 22psi with Cushcore
Rims are 30mm internal
Usually on Maxxis Assegai front with DH casing to aid in sidewall support and rear Exo+ DHR2 or Assegai, but now testing Contis. Seem to be holding up so far.
Ride very rocky terrain and this combo seems to be the sweet spot. Will increase pressures a few PSI for bike park riding
 

Flow-Rider

Wheel size expert
Going off a recent conversation, interested to see what people are running, feel free to elaborate on Tyre / Rider Weight / Cushcore / Type of Riding
What other people have in their tyres is irrelevant to just about anything unless the person is your twin and has an identical bike and riding style. I run different pressures all the time because on different bikes, rims, tyre protection, trails and with fluctuating weight.
 
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alrsv1

Likes Bikes
Pivot Mach 5.5 with 140 travel rear, 160 front
2.6 width tyres on 30mm rims and 73Kg rider,
Minion front, Forekaster rear.
Was running around 18/20 but after doing a cornering clinic recently started trying around 24/26 and working on technique to find grip rather
that relying on the tyre as much, enjoying the faster rolling as a result.
 

caad9

Likes Dirt
I have a Kona Satori DL 140 front and 130 rear.
80kg
Run 22-23 Front (2.3 Minion DHF Exo) and 25-26 rear (2.3 Aggressor Exo)
Both tyres use Nube inserts (think pool noodles)
 
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