Whatever pressure you like. No one can offer the perfect pressure for you. Experiment. I ride from 13 psi to 27 psi. Others here think 40 psi is the cats meow.
Depends on the bike, wheels and tires. Tubeless or tubed makes a huge difference too. What are the wheels?
The nice thing about going tubeless is that it allows you to run those lower tire pressures with peace of mind....as far as correct tire pressure..a lot comes into play...type of trail you are riding that day..personal preference..everyone has that right formula that works for them on a particular trail...trail condition and such...with the tubeless set up you have a little more room to play with the tire pressures to see what works for you without worrying of pinching the tube and having a flat
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