Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Lander, Wyoming
Again, I'll suggest that we all should run 2 PSI Higher in the Skinny front tire than what we choose to run in the Fatter rear tire.
Asphalt or dirt or rocks. Be the rider 160 or 360 pounds! When you are on the brakes and/or going down hill ask yourself, which tire is carrying most of the load?
I truly believe that you will have more precise control and less chance of a pinched tube. Most pinch flats and rim dents are on the front, from too low tire pressure. Most other types of flats are on the rear.
I've been riding motorcycles since 1969 and fixing flats on other peoples bikes and occasionally my own ever since.
Modify at "YOUR OWN RISK"!
Still riding my 1987 KL650-A1. 84,000+ miles & counting