Lost interest when I saw that it’s not a weed pipe.
I thought we were trying to reduce CO2 emissions…
I always keep a similar CO2 inflator in my seat bag, now. A few years back I had my car stolen and, on the bike ride to the inconvenient impound lot the cops towed my car to when it was found, I rode over a piece of sharp metal that tore a big whole in the tube. I didn’t have either a pump or spare tube on me. As I sat at a gas station trying to figure out my many transportation problems, out of nowhere appeared a man with limited English and a big smile.
He looked at my bike and said he thought he had the right size tube at home. Not 5 minutes later he was back at the station with just the right tube. He would have given it to me for free and when I insisted on buying the tube he said ok he’d take $5. I gave him $10. One of those moments where my faith in people got a much needed boost
Thank you for supporting a local brick and mortar bike shop.
Not many things are, if you give up that easily.
Dude, I’m stoned, like back off Man…
Running or adjunct?
Too bad there wasn’t a video showing how to use this. My interest is especially in how it handles Presta valves without letting all the pressure leak back out.
Maybe it can use N₂O cartridges?
You are - carbon capture and sequestration into tires.
Such a good word
Falls neatly into the “you can’t say it 10 times fast” pocket.
I may have wondered that same thing long enough to investigate, and no, the CO2 canisters they use are both much bigger than a standard NO2 canister, and threaded.
Also, if you do not carry a crossbow on your trips to the grocery store, it will not help you if there’s a zombie outbreak.
Seems kind of weird to state that if I don’t have something, it won’t help me in a situation where it potentially could.
“if you don’t have a compass and a topo map, they won’t help you if you’re lost in the widnerness…”
I got flagged for non-sentence, so I tossed in a bone.