RideAir Electric Bike Pump

May 14, 2015

Category: Tech

Cyclists have long been cursed to fight flat tires using only the sweat of their brow, the strength of their legs, and a mobile bike pump stuffed into their bag. Well no longer! In this age of wonders, the good people at RideAir have heard the cries of tired tire inflaters everywhere and heeded. They created the RideAir device, which pumps up a tire with just the push of a button. No more toil required.

Unlike a CO2 cartridge, you pump this full of air in advance, using the built-in gauge to tell you how much air is loaded up. Then, toss it in your bag to be deployed when you need it. Refill at your convenience and repeat. No waste, no extra work, and no more pumping away when there’s cycling to be done. [Purchase]

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