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Updated on Jan 05, 2023
Maintaining bike tyre air pressure is required for a safe and effortless ride. And maintaining the right air pressure is easier than it looks! Here is the handy two wheeler tyre pressure chart that will help you immensely.
We often hear so many questions from people regarding the right tubeless tyre air pressure for bikes or even the suitable Scooty tyre air pressure for instance. At the same time, they also ask about scooter tyre pressure figures.
The best way is to always get a two wheeler tyre air pressure chart if possible. This will answer all your queries and help you stay committed to maintaining the right air pressure. Tyres are the only two-wheeler parts which come in direct contact with the open roads while riding. Hence, they should always be in good condition while having proper pressure in order to perform well. You should ideally check your air pressure levels at least once each month. Insufficient pressure will lead to risks of faster wear and tear while scaling up your costs in replacement/maintenance.
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For two-wheelers (Scooty/Bike/Motorcycle/) the recommended tyre pressure for the front, rear, and pillion as per the tube type, is given in the table below for your reference:
|Tyre Size||Tubeless (TL) / Tube Type (TT)||Tyre Pressure – Front (F) And Rear (R) Solo||Tyre Pressure – Front (F) And Rear (R) Pillion|
|90/100 R10 (F) and (R)||Tube Type (TT)||20 PSI (F) & 26 PSI (R)||20 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R)|
|90/100 10 (F) and (R)||Tubeless (TL)||22 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R)||22 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R)|
|120/70 14 (F) and (R)||Tubeless (TL)||29 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R)||29 PSI (F) & 34 PSI (R)|
|90/90 12 (F) and (R)||Tubeless (TL)||24 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R)||24 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R)|
|110/70 11 (F) and 120/70 10 (R)||Tubeless (TL)||20 PSI (F) & 26 PSI (R)||20 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R)|
*This Table is just for reference purpose, please cross-check the recommended tyre pressure (PSI) for your Bike, Motorcycle, Scooter and Scooty tyre pressure
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There are several ways to maintain two wheeler air pressure in bike tubeless tyres and even otherwise. These include the following:
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Do not forget this aspect while tracking tyre pressure. Also increase the pressure by roughly 5 psi if you are checking the tyres when they are already hot. The overall condition should be carefully examined regularly even when you are filling up the tyres with nitrogen. You may get them checked at your nearest petrol pump if available. Always let the tyres cool down for a bit before deflating them. Do not inflate till the maximum pressure point, as indicated on the tyre sidewall.
Purchasing a two-wheeler means putting in the extra time and effort required to maintain it impeccably. Ensure that you take good care of your tyres which are pivotal and indispensable components of the two-wheeler to say the least. Make sure that you check tyre pressure regularly and always venture to the service station if there is anything that seems wrong. After all, the right air pressure will ensure good and smooth performance of the two-wheeler.
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