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Dirt bike When I ride my dirt bike my tire goes flat. When I fill the tire back up and leave it in my garage-nothing happens. Could you give me some possible reasons for this? Thanks

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  • James Ottosen
    James Ottosen Apr 16, 2014

    Best bet is to change your tube and inspect the rim to make sure there is no damage to it. Also make sure there is a thin strip called a rim liner around the inside of the rim. It protects the tube from the spokes.

  • james laughton
    james laughton Apr 20, 2014

    could be a weak air valve spring that when the wheel is rotating the centrifugal force is opening the valve and letting the air out

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It could be that when u are riding the bike that u are loosing air maybe because the rim is leaking when u hit bumps. this happen to my sons bike and I solved the problem by using a inter tube.

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