General (maybe silly) tire pressure question
I just recently bought a tire pressure monitoring system that syncs with my Garmin. So now I have constant knowledge of my tire pressure. That is cool, but I experience a dynamic that prompts me to ask a question. I run my tires at 42psi on the front and 48 on the rear. A few days ago, when I started her up, the Garmin informed me that my front tire was 1.5 psi below target and rear was 2 psi below target. No big deal. I headed to my preferred gas station (3 miles away) to air her up just to find out that my tires were in the target psi range by the time I got there. I know that tire pressure increases as you initially ride, but am now hyper-aware due to the TPMS. Anyways, do you recommend I still give her a bit of air since both tires were initally low or bypass adding since they are now where I want them. Sorry if this is a stupid question, but am curious of your thoughts.
I live and ride in Illinois, which has some of the straightest roads in the country.
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1984 Bluish Honda CB 650 (retired)
1986 Red Honda Nighthawk 450 (abandoned)
Didn't own a bike from 1999 to 2012
1997 Black Honda Valkyrie (still own)
2005 Ocean Blue BMW K1200LT "Apocalypse" (bought in March '16)
IBA Saddlesore 1000
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Pacific Coast highway