Check out our bike tire pressure calculator to find out what adjustment suits your needs.
How is our bike tire pressure calculator made?
Our calculator is a tool that uses different variables and parameters to guide you in your search for bicycle tire pressure and to recommend the pressure that we believe would be the best base. From this base, you will be able to make some adjustments to find the ideal pressure for you and your practice. There are different calculators online, sometimes very simple (too much?) or maybe too picky for some. We decided to draw a compromise between simplicity and precision and propose you an efficient and easy to use alternative.
We use for this calculation the weight of the rider and his equipment, the type of bike you use, the diameter of the wheels, their width, your experience, the type and difficulty of the terrain...
We then cross this data with the documentation provided by different manufacturers in order to plot averages and obtain a calculator that will guide those seeking to find the tire pressure most suitable for their profile
How to use our tyre pressure calculator for bike?
You just have to select the type of bike you have, fill in your weight + the weight of your bike and some details about its wheels and tires. Your experience and the road/terrain where you ride is asked for a better global understanding of the context in which you practice this sport.
From the pressure we recommend, we encourage you to test and play around with this value to determine the pressure that is best for you. Remember that every rider has their own preferences, there is no general law that can determine in 1 second the optimal configuration for you.
To make our road bike tire pressure calculator, we assumed that the internal width of your rim was between 17 and 21mm. In the future we will develop our calculator for wider wheels.
This tool is also a road bike tubeless tire pressure calculator and will allow you to choose the right tire pressure, no matter what type of tire you have at home.
This tool is also a mountain bike tubeless tire pressure calculator and will allow you to choose the right tire pressure, no matter what type of mtb tire you have at home. The advantage of using such tires is that they can be less inflated than their friends with tubes. Less inflation allows for better grip without compromising performance. However, be careful not to under-inflate tubeless tires, they need a minimum of pressure to ensure proper positioning and mounting of the tire on the wheel and avoid a problem during the ride.
This tool is designed for people looking for advice on bicycle tire pressure. The pressure indicated is a recommended pressure and should be understood as an "optimal" one. The idea is to give the user a base to start finding the pressure that suits him best, according to his tastes, his practice and his sporting ambition.
We are not responsible for any damage to your bike and equipment, or for any incident during your outings. Make sure your bike is in good condition before each ride and maintain it regularly. Don't hesitate to turn to the professionals at your local bike store if you have any doubts and take advantage of the rich exchange with them to accumulate experience that will serve you for the rest of your cycling life.
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