Don’t forget – Zipp is answering all your tire pressure related questions this week, so if you still haven’t submitted your question, do it through the link at the bottom! We should have the answers later this week!
The world of bicycle tires is changing. Not only tires, but rim design as well. Newer hookless rim profiles with high volume tubeless tires make for a better ride with improved traction, and supposedly, lower rolling resistance. But it can be hard for a rider who’s used to putting maximum pressure into their tires before every ride to get used to the idea of riding less. Sometimes a lot less. And with that comes questions. Do these new guidelines apply to just tubeless tires? Or tubes as well? What’s the ideal rim width for a given tire size? And on, and on…
That’s exactly why Zipp has stepped up for the latest AASQ installment. While they’ve gone to great lengths to illustrate their thoughts on tire pressure with their new RollingRoad, they know there are still lots of questions out there on the subject.
So here’s your chance to get the answer straight from the source. Send in your questions about tire pressure, hookless rims, tubeless tires, etc. and Zipp will answer as many as possible in a few weeks! Use this form to submit your question.