“What tire pressure should I run?” 🧐


This is a question I get a lot…

Generally, for gravel riding, you want to run a lower tire pressure than you clearly would for road or even generally expect. Lower pressure gives you greater control and a little extra “suspension,” making your ride smoother. For example, I run my tire pressure around 24 psi, but this number may bit different for everyone and will depend on your tire and wheel setup.

Lucky for all of us, our friends at Enve Composites have an online Tire Pressure guide that helps riders of all disciplines find that perfect tire pressure!

If you find yourself asking, “What tire pressure should I ride?” hit the link and let @envecomposites guide you in the right direction!

📸 @stellar_media

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Rebecca Rusch

7X World Champion; Best-selling Author; Emmy Winner; Motivational Speaker; Ambassador, Be Good Foundation
Cycling, Mountain Biking, Gravel Biking
Ketchum, ID

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