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Hi,

Offhand, the recommended tire pressure could be read on the tire itself. In most instances, this the tire pressure actually depends of:

  • rider's weight, with or without passenger;
  • rider's driving habits;
  • type of road where the bike is often ridden;
  • weather condition and ambient temperature.
Personally, I find a bit lower tire pressure on the front and standard or a bit harder at the back.

Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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SOURCE: Tyre Pressures

the books states 0-90kg 33F 36R, 90-190kg 36F 42R, fast riding 33f 36r hope this helps

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SOURCE: What are the tyre pressures

Usually if you look closely, it is written on the tyre side wall. But just in case it isn't, try 34psi for the rear, and about 32psi for the front. You can give or take a few PSI, if you want a softer ride down to 30psi.


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