He we go with another riding season, about time I might add. But as I complete my spring prep of oil and filter changing chain tensioning and oiling ect... I come to realize there is always one part that leaves me standing in the garage scratching my head. Now this first ride almost always has the same ground conditions every year. Mud, grass that sinks under foot, some snow here and there, some dry stretches of railroad stone and wet sand oh and did I mention MUD. But even though I will change my tire pressure 50 times this year for different reasons and conditions. Finding the all around first pressure setting of the year just leaves me staring off into space. Anyone have a starting point they would like to share I would like to try it out today. Sooner or later I will get a good one to right on the garage wall. Thanks.