Can you put TTR125L dirt bike tires on a regular TTR125 dirt bike?
No, the L denotes larger wheel, the TTR125L uses a 19" front and 16" rear while the TTR125 uses a 17" front and a 14" rear.
There are a few good mountain bikes tires that would suit a 18 speed bike. I would go to a bike store and ask.there's different tires for what type of riding you doing but everyone have their own way they like their bikes from handle bars to tires. There's no best part. It's just what's good for you
CRF150 BY FARRR - I had a ttr125 and sold it to get a crf150 and the enormous difference is shocking. The reason is that the ttr125 is a trail bike with a small engine. its acceleration and hp are decreased so that the bike is safe on trails. The crf150 if it ends in R or F like crf150R or crf150F - the F means it is a trail bike as well but it…
Becuse that's what it says on the sidewall of the tire... "inflate to...". Bike tires have a higher number there than car tires do. ;-). OK - actually it is a factor of the ratio of the tire's footprint size to the weight supported. Bike tires have a very small area that contacts the surface and therefore require a higher pressure to support the weight.
The ride will be rough because of the knobby tires, but you can ride a dirt bike on pavement. If you intend to ride a dirt bike on a city street or a highway (which I do not advise), be sure it can match the speed of the vehicles around it. Also, wear protective gear. Other motorized vehicles aren't very forgiving if you run into them or if they run into you. ;)
it depends. there are many sizes and difrent kinds of 125's. Every single bike is diffrent. look at the suzuki RM125 which is about 37.4 inches in seat height. then look at another brand of 125, like the Yamaha ttr125 is only 30.5 inches. if it is a pit bike, it might only be about 20 inches. depending on the bike
Should bicycle tires be deflated during long periods of cold storage when the bike is not being used?
It depends on what kind of rider you are. If you ride daily, make sure your tires are properly inflated at all times. This will save on eventual damage to the rims. After a ride, check the tires and rims to make sure that all is in order. If you have a lot of time between rides, store the bike up off the tires to prevent them from getting out of shape, which will hurt…