Don't be silly! Finding the right tire pressure for the way you ride isn't rocket science. Take to memory these descriptions to help you make a good decision when choosing your bicycle tire pressure:
• High pressure is best for rocky, high-speed courses
• Lower pressure is best when riding on slower, softer courses
*Road tires have a higher pressure than off-road bikes. Low pressure on the road causes glass and dirt to stick to your tires and will eventually cause a flat.