Ringwood rumble status?

#8
I know that it's going to be a tough course I'm racing to have fun and meet people and learn I'm running 29x2.3 is that going to be fine?
 

pooriggy

Well-Known Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
#18
Don't mean to steal any secrets but what would be a good ideal tire pressure for the course?
Everything tire is different, so tires will react differently with the same psi. If running tubeless, which I hope you are, you want to run low enough pressure to flow over rocks without bottoming out and putting too much stress on your sidewalls. Also the weight of a rider will determine your psi. Ballpark would be 17-21 psi...but you'll want to experiment to see what works for you.
 
#19
Everything tire is different, so tires will react differently with the same psi. If running tubeless, which I hope you are, you want to run low enough pressure to flow over rocks without bottoming out and putting too much stress on your sidewalls. Also the weight of a rider will determine your psi. Ballpark would be 17-21 psi...but you'll want to experiment to see what works for you.

I am running tubeless and I'll run that ball park thank you very much and I will see you there!