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View Poll Results: Preferred clincher tire pressures on a concrete track.
100 - 110 psi 1 5.26%
110 - 120 psi 2 10.53%
120 - 130 psi 2 10.53%
130 - 140 psi 5 26.32%
140 - 150 psi 4 21.05%
150 - 160 psi 1 5.26%
160 - 170 psi 1 5.26%
170 - 180 psi 3 15.79%
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Old 04-26-06, 03:20 AM   #1
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Preferred track tire pressures?

What tire pressures are you guys using on the track? I figure that most velodromes out there are concrete and that most amateur racers are likely to be training on clinchers, so the poll is for preferred clincher tire pressures on an outdoor concrete track. But, I'm also interested other experiences such as pressures on on indoor wooden tracks or using tubulars. Do you run them any higher/lower?

So, here's the poll. I'm trying to figure out how to post a poll, so hope this works. I understand alot of this is contingent on other variables, such as make/model tire and rim, but just wanted a general idea of what other people are using. So, how high a pressure do you go on the track?
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