Tire pressure

The correct pressure is very easy to determine, it is stated on the side of the tire. The tire pressure is usually indicated in Bar or PSI.

The Bar system is a unit of measurement for pressure in the CGS system (centimeter-gram-second). The pressure of 1 Bar corresponds to the atmospheric pressure of the Earth at sea level.
The PSI system (pound per square inch) is an Anglo-Saxon unit of measurement that indicates pressure relative to the vacuum instead of atmospheric pressure. Atmospheric pressure has a value of approximately 14.5 PSI, which means that 1 Bar (atmospheric pressure) is equivalent to 14.5 PSI.

1 BAR = 14.50 PSI

The NieF Colosseo Kenda Juggernaut tire specifies a minimum pressure of 0.4 Bar and a maximum of 2.1 Bar (MIN 0.4Bar - MAX 2.1Bar).
For the measurement in PSI, a minimum pressure of 5.8 PSI and a maximum of 30 PSI is indicated (MIN 5.8PSI - MAX 30PSI).

It is recommended to have a slightly higher rear tire pressure than the front tire, because most of the weight rests on the rear of the bicycle.

We recommend the following tire pressure for the Kenda Juggernaut tires:

Front tire: 1.3 Bar = 18 PSI (on asphalt or cycle path)
Rear tire: 1.7 bar = 25 PSI (on asphalt or cycle path)

Front tire: 0.8 Bar = 12 PSI (in mud, sand)
Rear tire: 1.2 Bar = 18 PSI (in mud, sand)

These recommended values ​​may vary depending on the condition of the tire, the type of terrain, the purpose of use, the riding style and the weight of the electric bicycle/rider.