RE: [CR]Reynolds & Columbus: For Lightweights Only!

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Subject: RE: [CR]Reynolds & Columbus: For Lightweights Only!
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2007 16:43:08 -0400
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Thread-Topic: [CR]Reynolds & Columbus: For Lightweights Only!
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From: "Mann, Dave" <damann@mitre.org>
To: "Chuck Schmidt" <chuckschmidt@earthlink.net>, "CR RENDEZVOUS" <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>


Chuck Schmidt wrote:
> I'm always surprised that riders don't experiment with their tire
> pressures to any degree. It so easy to try different pressures if
> you are pumping up your tires for every ride anyway. It's really not
> a case of "if some is good, more is better"...

Changing pressures is easy, yes.

But determining which pressure is better seems more difficult. Lotsa variables.

-Dave Mann, Boston, MA ------------------------- THE BIKE GEOMETRY PROJECT A community effort to document and compare bike geometries http://home.comcast.net/~pinnah/dirtbag-bikes/geometry-project.html -------------------------