RideAir: A Revolutionary Electric Bike Pump For You
Presented By Wingz – Scheduled Airport Rides
So, it’s officially summer in California. My boyfriend and I are planning our mountain biking schedule in order to explore new trails across the state. And this time, we will go with RideAir, a new gadget that can pump up a tire with just the push of a button. No more toil required!
Weighing around a pound, the RideAir is as small as your water container, with a sexy design that can be easily mounted on your bike or in your backpack. Using compressed air and high-quality mechanisms, the tool makes tire inflation a much simpler and quicker task for cyclists. No waste, no extra work, and no more pumping away when there’s cycling to be done.
How does it work?
- Get ready – Fill your RideAir
Simply inflate the RideAir through its “Inlet Valve” using any air-compressor out there: gas station, bicycle shop, in-house air compressor, etc. Once it’s fully inflated, the RideAir is all set and ready to go!
- Get set – Carry it on you bike
The RideaAir is equipped with a built-in “Metal Cable Lock” and protected with a combination lock to secure it wherever you go. You can even use it to quickly lock-up your bike when at pit-stops.
- Inflate – Quickly and easily inflate your tire
When low air-pressure is encountered, whether natural seepage or from a small puncture, simply connect the RideAir “Inflation Tube” to your tire’s inlet valve and quickly press the “Inflation Button”. That’s it! You will be good to go in just a few seconds. The RideAir “PSI Gauge” will let you know exactly how much air is remaining in the capsule so that you can prepare in advance for the next use.