Right PSI – Tire Pressure Gauge Made Friendly
Regardless of cycling discipline, the easiest and most affordable way of altering the ride quality of your bicycle is tire pressure. Whether you diligently check your air pressure or not before each ride, I’m sure all of you know at least someone who could benefit from a simple way of checking their tires.
The new RightPSI is a tire cap that turns orange when tire pressure is low, black when correct, and yellow if you overfill it. To install, simply replace your existing tire valve stem cap with the Right PSI cap. When you’re low, the cap will change color and you can simply unscrew the top of the cap to top off. The cap changes color when you remove the air chuck, so you can visually check if you’re in the ballpark.
Depending on the style of bike you’re riding, you’ll want to choose a specific PSI level for the Right PSI gauge to work at. For $10 you can pick up one gauge that works at either 28,30,33,45, or 40 PSI, but additional PSI levels are available for custom orders. The company is also close to releasing a version for presta valves, so stay tuned to their website here for more details