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How To Fuel Your Ride

Like lots of things to do with cycling, there have been lots of words written about fuelling for longer rides. It is very easy to get confused about what are the correct carbohydrates and how many should you eat.

The Importance of Hydration on the Bike

Hydration on the bike is an easy thing to get right, but an even easier thing to get wrong. It’s easy to forget to drink when you’re cycling; unless you’re working really hard, you may not noticeably sweat as the airflow on your body evaporates the moisture before you realise it’s there.

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PRO BIKE TOOL CO2 INFLATION CHART

TYRE SIZE 16 GRAM CO2 20 GRAM CO2 25 GRAM CO2
ROAD 700c x 23
130 PSI / 9.0 BAR
2 TYRES - 78 PSI / 5.4 BAR
2 TYRES - 90 PSI / 6.2 BAR
TOURING 700c x 28
88 PSI / 6.0 BAR
106 PSI / 7.3 BAR
125 PSI / 8.6 BAR
CROSS 700c x 35
58 PSI / 4.0 BAR
70 PSI / 4.8 BAR
80 PSI / 5.5 BAR
MTB 24” x 2.0
42 PSI / 2.9 BAR
49 PSI / 3.4 BAR
2 tyres 31 PSI / 2.1 BAR
MTB 26” x 1.95
5 40 PSI / 2.7 BAR
R 49 PSI / 3.4 BAR
2 TYRES - 31 PSI / 2.1 BAR
MTB 26” x 2.4
27 PSI / 1.8 BAR
32 PSI / 2.2 BAR
41 PSI / 2.8 BAR
MTB 27.5” x 2.25
22 PSI / 1.5 BAR
26 PSI / 1.8 BAR
32 PSI / 2.2 BAR
29er 29” x 2.1
31 PSI / 2.1 BAR
43 PSI / 3.0 BAR
2 TYRES - 46 PSI / 3.2 BAR
BMX 20” x 2.0
48 PSI / 3.3 BAR
58 PSI / 4.0 BAR
36 PSI / 2.5 BAR
FAT TYRE
3 PSI / 0.21 BAR
5 PSI / 0.34 BAR
7.5 PSI / 0.52 BAR

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