Barney’s at the NEC in Birmingham, bringing you all the new and hotness he comes across on his travels.
It’s basically a refillable compressed air canister, which generates 11 litres of compressed air at 49bar (49 bar = 686psi). Which seems like rather a lot – it’s easily enough, apparently, to pump up your shock, too, As well as letting you inflate your tubeless tyres with ease, naturally. The canister is hermetically sealed, so it holds the ‘charge’ indefinitely, and it can be recharged in two ways:
The first way involves attaching a device to your front wheel, and riding for five minutes. The rotation of your wheel starts the compressor, which charges the canister.
Neat. This little lot will set you back €299.
The less labour intensive way of compressing the air is using an electrical compressor:
The electrical compressor and canister will set you back €399.
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