Motorcycle Tire Pressure Tips
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In this video, we're talking about the importance of the correct tire pressure when riding motorcycles.
Most of us don't have just motorcycles but also regular four-wheel cars that we ride to and from work.
It's easy to forget that motorcycle tires don't hold as much air as car tires. As a result, we think it's okay to check the motorcycle tires as often as car tires - and that's not nearly often enough.
Remember to check your motorcycle tire pressure once a week. Of course, that depends a bit on how much you ride it. If you're a weekend warrior and just ride it once a week, you don't have to check it EVERY week.
Also keep in mind that if your bike's tire pressure is low, you lose a lot of traction and feel for the road. It's just not as safe!
How to check your tires
Get a gauge or compressor that you can keep with you, either in a compartment of your bike or in your jacket.
Also, there's something even better... sensors that you could put on the stem of your tire. They're about $39.99 for two of them. They will blink red for up to seven hundred and fifty hours straight if your pressure is too low. They're called Ride-on LED smart caps.