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Air pressure gauge 0-4 bar
Air pressure gauge 0-4 bar
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Flaig air pressure gauge 0-4 Bar with 0° + 45° + 90°
Flaig air pressure gauge 0-4 Bar with 0° + 45° + 90°
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Universal
FLAIG Tyre Fill Gauge 0-12 Bar 0-170 PSI Manometer diameter 80 mm
FLAIG Tyre Fill Gauge 0-12 Bar 0-170 PSI Manometer diameter 80 mm
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MotoGP Air Pressure Gauge (PSIBARKgCMkPa) Auto off
MotoGP Air Pressure Gauge (PSIBARKgCMkPa) Auto off
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Air Pressure Gauges & Tyre Inflation Gauges

On the race track as in normal road traffic, tire pressure is important for optimum grip and the durability of your tires. In off-road competitions and on the race track, air pressure gauges have long been standard equipment. Even for adventure travellers, a mobile air pressure gauge and a pump should always be in your luggage. In our TecBike Shop you will find everything you need for the perfect tyre pressure:

  • Air pressure gauge universal
  • Tyre pressure gauge
  • Various connection options
  • MotoGP air pressure gauge
  • Accessories

The right tyre pressure

The handling ofyour motorcycle dependsheavily on the pressure in your tyres. In the motorcycle scene there are countless and often contradictory opinions on the subject of tyre pressure. In general it can be said: For each bike, the vehicle manufacturer provides a certain inflation pressure. This is determined in consultation with the respective tyre supplier.

In addition to compliance with legal standards, safety is the top priority. It doesn't matter whether your machine is a lightweight with a small engine capacity or whether it weighs considerably more than 300 kg: For most radial tyres, a so-called standard pressure has proven and established itself. As a rule, manufacturers recommend 2.5 bar at the front and 2.9 bar at the rear.

This high air pressure ensures the maximum permissible load in conjunction with the achievable top speed. This takes the responsibility off the vehicle manufacturer.

What air pressure for what?

Depending on the intended use and the tyre construction, the standard air pressure does not necessarily have to correspond to the air pressure with which the manufacturer specifies the best functionality. In general, if you want to ride your motorcycle with a high load at high speed, always use the value specified for the vehicle.

What is the perfect set-up for winding roads? Here it can be advantageous to lower the pressure in the tyres slightly. Please note: Pure road sport tyres from various manufacturers are not built for lower air pressure like pure racing tyres of significantly less than 2.0 bar.

With lowered pressure there are possible advantages:

The carcass rolls more, and heat is also generated by the internal friction of the carcass threads. This leads to a faster heating of the tyre.

Depending on the vehicle weight, the contact area of the tyre increases. This can result in improved rebound and grip.

On rough asphalt, at frost heaves or parting lines, shock absorption is improved.

However, there are also disadvantages:

The higher working temperature leads to greater tire wear, and there is a risk of dangerous tire damage.

When braking in an inclined position, the steering force and the setting-up torque change. This is caused by the so-called latsch (contact patch under load).

After prolonged use with lowered air pressure, the wear pattern, especially at the front, can show tread washout or sawtooth formation.

It is better to have your own tyre pressure gauge

If you want to take your bike onto the motorway, it is imperative to raise the tyres to the correct value beforehand. Therefore, the way BEFORE you get on the motorway is always to go to the petrol station to top up the pressure. A practical example: You have filled the rear with 2.5 bar instead of the recommended 2.9 bar. Now you press 0.4 bar into the tyre, although the display of the tyre pressure gauge already shows a hot 2.9 bar.

When the tyre has cooled down, check the air pressure again to be sure. To be really sure, use your own air pressure gauge. Not all pressure gauges at petrol stations are regularly and properly calibrated.

Motorcycle tyre pressure: How often to check?

There is no rule of thumb for how often you should check the pressure of your motorcycle tyres. The condition of the road and the respective temperatures play a role, among other things. If you are in a tropical climate and there is high humidity, it is advisable to check more frequently than in this country.

We recommend regular air pressure checks about every 14 days, especially for frequent drivers. Take a few minutes to check the pressure either at the petrol station or in your garage at home before you start driving. It is important that the tyre is not warmer than 30°. This is the only way to determine the actual air pressure. If you are planning a longer tour, it makes sense to check the tyre pressure with an air pressure gauge before and during the ride.

Air pressure gauge from Flaig

In our range at TecBike, you will find an extensive selection of tyre pressure and air pressure gauges for your motorcycle. Our high-quality air pressure gauges come from Flaig Präzision GmbH & Co KG.

Safe on the road with TecBike

The correct tyre pressure is important for a safe ride. Don't necessarily rely on the information given by petrol station devices. Get yourself a proper tyre pressure gauge in our shop. Our devices are so compact that you can always have them with you as part of your on-board tools. You have questions about our products? We will be happy to advise you without obligation!

Air Pressure Gauges & Tyre Inflation Gauges On the race track as in normal road traffic, tire pressure is important for optimum grip and the durability of your tires. In off-road competitions... read more »
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Air Pressure Gauges & Tyre Inflation Gauges

On the race track as in normal road traffic, tire pressure is important for optimum grip and the durability of your tires. In off-road competitions and on the race track, air pressure gauges have long been standard equipment. Even for adventure travellers, a mobile air pressure gauge and a pump should always be in your luggage. In our TecBike Shop you will find everything you need for the perfect tyre pressure:

  • Air pressure gauge universal
  • Tyre pressure gauge
  • Various connection options
  • MotoGP air pressure gauge
  • Accessories

The right tyre pressure

The handling ofyour motorcycle dependsheavily on the pressure in your tyres. In the motorcycle scene there are countless and often contradictory opinions on the subject of tyre pressure. In general it can be said: For each bike, the vehicle manufacturer provides a certain inflation pressure. This is determined in consultation with the respective tyre supplier.

In addition to compliance with legal standards, safety is the top priority. It doesn't matter whether your machine is a lightweight with a small engine capacity or whether it weighs considerably more than 300 kg: For most radial tyres, a so-called standard pressure has proven and established itself. As a rule, manufacturers recommend 2.5 bar at the front and 2.9 bar at the rear.

This high air pressure ensures the maximum permissible load in conjunction with the achievable top speed. This takes the responsibility off the vehicle manufacturer.

What air pressure for what?

Depending on the intended use and the tyre construction, the standard air pressure does not necessarily have to correspond to the air pressure with which the manufacturer specifies the best functionality. In general, if you want to ride your motorcycle with a high load at high speed, always use the value specified for the vehicle.

What is the perfect set-up for winding roads? Here it can be advantageous to lower the pressure in the tyres slightly. Please note: Pure road sport tyres from various manufacturers are not built for lower air pressure like pure racing tyres of significantly less than 2.0 bar.

With lowered pressure there are possible advantages:

The carcass rolls more, and heat is also generated by the internal friction of the carcass threads. This leads to a faster heating of the tyre.

Depending on the vehicle weight, the contact area of the tyre increases. This can result in improved rebound and grip.

On rough asphalt, at frost heaves or parting lines, shock absorption is improved.

However, there are also disadvantages:

The higher working temperature leads to greater tire wear, and there is a risk of dangerous tire damage.

When braking in an inclined position, the steering force and the setting-up torque change. This is caused by the so-called latsch (contact patch under load).

After prolonged use with lowered air pressure, the wear pattern, especially at the front, can show tread washout or sawtooth formation.

It is better to have your own tyre pressure gauge

If you want to take your bike onto the motorway, it is imperative to raise the tyres to the correct value beforehand. Therefore, the way BEFORE you get on the motorway is always to go to the petrol station to top up the pressure. A practical example: You have filled the rear with 2.5 bar instead of the recommended 2.9 bar. Now you press 0.4 bar into the tyre, although the display of the tyre pressure gauge already shows a hot 2.9 bar.

When the tyre has cooled down, check the air pressure again to be sure. To be really sure, use your own air pressure gauge. Not all pressure gauges at petrol stations are regularly and properly calibrated.

Motorcycle tyre pressure: How often to check?

There is no rule of thumb for how often you should check the pressure of your motorcycle tyres. The condition of the road and the respective temperatures play a role, among other things. If you are in a tropical climate and there is high humidity, it is advisable to check more frequently than in this country.

We recommend regular air pressure checks about every 14 days, especially for frequent drivers. Take a few minutes to check the pressure either at the petrol station or in your garage at home before you start driving. It is important that the tyre is not warmer than 30°. This is the only way to determine the actual air pressure. If you are planning a longer tour, it makes sense to check the tyre pressure with an air pressure gauge before and during the ride.

Air pressure gauge from Flaig

In our range at TecBike, you will find an extensive selection of tyre pressure and air pressure gauges for your motorcycle. Our high-quality air pressure gauges come from Flaig Präzision GmbH & Co KG.

Safe on the road with TecBike

The correct tyre pressure is important for a safe ride. Don't necessarily rely on the information given by petrol station devices. Get yourself a proper tyre pressure gauge in our shop. Our devices are so compact that you can always have them with you as part of your on-board tools. You have questions about our products? We will be happy to advise you without obligation!

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