Not sure about how hard your bike’s tires should be? Search no more! As always, we have the best answer.
Wondering when to deflate your bike tires for storage—and when not to? No pressure! This useful guide will help you find out.
Just because gas station air pumps are designed for cars and motorcycles doesn’t mean you can’t use them on a bike. But you need to know how.
When you need a tube, the only place you should be looking is inside your tire. Unless you’re riding with tubeless.
Helium. It’s so light, it makes balloons float. So it will make your bike’s tires fly on the road… right?
The bike with spray painted tires is cooler to get around town with and harder to steal. Here’s how it’s done.
When you know, you know. For the times when you don’t, this five-step checklist will help you determine.
Topped up tires are safe, perform better, and make your ride comfortable. Here’s how to stop guessing and start knowing.
They’re made of fabric, rubber, and other chemicals. The similarities between them, however, end there.
Break free from the pressure of improperly inflated tires. Here’s all you need to know about PSI and keeping your bike’s tires topped up.
We all love cycling. And we all hate that question. But, when it has to be asked, here’s what you need to know about the answer.
When your bike’s tire is losing air and you don’t want to deal with patch kits, Slime sealant is a great option for you. Here’s why.
Have you noticed your bike tires going flat in storage? Find out why—and learn how you can prevent it.
What does TPI stand for? And why is it an important factor to consider when buying your next pair of tires?
Many think that if their tires are overinflated, they’ll go faster and farther. In truth, they’re more likely to blow out.
Your tire or inner tube is so old, you can no longer cycle with it. Can you at least be eco-friendly and recycle it?
Here’s how long tires and inner tubes last—and how to keep them in mint condition so that they’re ready to mount when you need them.