**Tire Pressure Chart below**
The standard tires we offer on our bikes come with a rated maximum pressure. We recommend using a pressure that is at least 20% less than the maximum, as this will provide added suspension and diminish the shock/vibration the bike has against the road.
*While riding the pressure tends to increase as the tires heat up.*
After riding you will find a preferred setting that will adjust to your load and environment.
Note: Always inspect your tire is seated properly around the rim before adding air. The tire bead can move when the pressure is low. Use a floor pump or hand pump (do not use a standard air compressor as the volume is too high and the pressure is set in a different trigger)
Also check your tire labels to confirm the maximum rated pressure is correct as sometimes the models can vary due to provider updates.