By

jeffnin

22
Sep
2016

Spinning bike wheels compress flat-filling air

Bimp Air can reportedly fill a bicycle tire in less than 10 seconds

Although you certainly can inflate a bike's tires using a compact hand pump, doing so typically involves some time and effort. That's why many cyclists use CO2 cartridges instead – particularly road riders with high-pressure tires, or mountain bikers who may need to reseat tubeless tires. Those cartridges cost a couple of bucks or so each, however, and they're not reusable. France's Production Functional Factory is attempting to address that situation with Bimp Air, a refillable compressed air system that's charged by the spinning of the bike's front wheel.

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Category: Bicycles

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