I usually check mine every couple of weeks and like people above said you can tell by riding it, etc. At the track I adjust it before riding depending on recommendation, etc. What kind of pressure do you run in those Pilots on the street Gas?
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Everybody needs to remember that every time you use a gauge. You actually lower the pressure. The gauge releases a little bit of air every time. It sounds trivial but a bike tire doesn't have allot of air volume to start with. Its not near as important to street rides as track days and races. Ever pound counts when ridding at race pace.
Tire pressure is the single most important thing to keep up on maintance wise. It is the only thing that touchs the road. They propel you, take all the forces of you turning, and stop you. There is nothing more exciting than knowing can trust your tires pull you through a hot corner.