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12/13/2010

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Ethan

"Have you ever seen any way to pump up a tire without a pump?"

sure, with the car-tire-air-borrowing pipe (not technically a pump:
http://www.instructables.com/id/Automatic-bicycle-pump/

Another option, is to have just a little bit of air in the tire, and take it to a place with a much lower air pressure. Like the International Space Station.

David W

How about using a CO2 inflator?

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amazing bikes we have now in our lives. It has changed a lot that we can be more convience and it turns more beautiful and handsome.

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Beautiful bike, I would like to have one like that.

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