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How do i pump up my tires in a bike

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In order to pump up your tyres on a push bike or cycle.
You will neeed 1- A bike pump and valve adaptor
Attach the pump and adaptor to your tyre, and then pump it up?

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Buy a good floor pump with a gauge (see "How to Buy a Bike Pump," under Related eHows). A small, frame-mounted pump is useful only for roadside repairs.

Understand that it's normal for most tires to lose up to 10 pounds per square inch (psi) per week. This does not mean you have a slow leak.

Look on the tire's sidewall for tire pressure recommendations. Don't exceed the maximum tire pressure listed.

Inflate your mountain bike's tires to 40 psi for dirt riding. You may wish to inflate your tires to 50 to 60 psi for city riding.


Inflate your road bike's tires to 100 psi for road riding. Some road tires have much higher psi ratings. However, 100 psi will provide a good mix of performance and comfort.


Inflate your hybrid bike's tires to 60 to 70 psi for city riding.

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It is important to get your tires checked from time to time. Second only to wear and tear resulting from dirt,the biggest problem cyclist encounter is with tires. Many inexperienced cyclists tend to ignore the tires. This can lead to dangerous issues. Bicycles tubes are made from a porpus type of rubber called buytl rubber, which allows air to slowly seep out. If tires are not regularly re-inflated to proper volume, they will be to soft. Apart from being much harder to pedal with, soft tires also lead to rim, tube and bicycle wheel damage.Soft tires wear out much faster, and can pop unexpectedly,leaving you stranded. To ensure that tires are propely inflated, pump up road bike tires before every ride, and check mountain bike tires every week. Use an effective pump, ideally ,a bicycle pump with a build in gauge, and observe your bicylce manufaturers information about recommended tire pressure.

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Do you have a presta valve adaptor, if you go to your local bike shop and buy one and then you can use a regular pump. If, you want something good, you can buy a decent pump at the bike shop and it will come with the adaptor. Road tires should be checked before each ride as air escapes, and low tire pressure damages wheels, just like a car, use a tire pressure guage made for bicycles or your good pump with take a reading.

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Your bike tube has Presta style valves. Automotive style valves are known a schraders. To inflate the tube, you will need either an adapter, presta to schrader or a hand pump that has a head for presta valves. Any bike shop will have one for sale. To fill the presta valve style, remove the black cap(if it is there) You will see little stem with a small knurled nut. Screw the nut all the way up until it stops. Put the pump head over the stem, making sure it is pushed down. Flip up the lever on the pump head, fill to desired pressure 100 to 120psi...yes, that much pressure, it's a road bike. Flip the lever on the pump head down and remove it from the stem. The PSST you will hear is the air from the line on the pump...not the tire. Screws the knurled nut down and replace the black cap. If you do not srew the little nut down and push on the stem you will let the air out of the tire. If you need more help, you can email me @ danklett@yahoo.com and I will send you pictures of the process, or the staff at your local bike shop should be able to show you how.

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Unable to figure out how to inflate a bike tire


Could this help?

  1. Have the lever on the pump head pushed down, flat against the pump head.
  2. Push the pump head FIRMLY onto the tire valve.
  3. While still pushing firmly, flip the pump head lever up to lock the pump head onto the tire valve.
  4. Inflate to desired pressure.
  5. When finished, push the pump head lever back down and pull the pump head off the tire valve.
(Once you hook the pump up to your tire and start pumping, the back pressure will switch the flow to the bike valve output.)

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