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What Pressure Do You Ride in Your Road Tubeless Tires

Old 06-07-19, 04:45 PM
Mark Manner
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Schwalbe Pro one 28mm (but they measure almost 32mm on the ENVE SES 4.5AR rims), I weight about 145lbs, run front at 50 and rear 54. They feel good, not slow as compared to other bikes I ride with 25mm tubed continental tires with 95rear and 85 front.
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