While out on the road there’s no doubt that faffing about with a hand pump is one of the more annoying things in cycling.
Pressurized CO2 canisters have been around for a while to help you with that exact problem, but replenishing your supplies can be expensive and after few days, another charge is inevitable, as CO2 evaporates out quickly.
Now there’s RideAir, a refillable and portable air capsule that lets you inflate bicycle tires at a push of a button. An effortless air supply for the cyclist's daily use and emergencies.
RideAir is the perfect solution for tubeless tires and can also be used for many additional applications such as: Strollers, Wheelchair, Balls, Inflatable toys, etc.
Once charged with a standard air compressor (in any gas station or bike shop) or with floor pump, RideAir capsule is ready for use. RideAir is designed to easily be placed in any water bottle holder on your bike. It also comes equipped with a gauge for the capsule pressure indication and a combination lock to keep the RideAir where it belongs.
The functionality of the capsule is simple: To inflate a tire, you screw the hose onto the valve (Presta or Schrader) and press the silver button on the RideAir to release all or part of the compressed air. To charge the RideAir again just flip open the rubber lid, and using a compressor or floor pump, pressurize the RideAir up to 230 PSI (16 Bar). You can then safely store the canister until you need it.
RideAir Innovation Ltd is coming to Interbike in search of expanding its distribution channels. It will launch RideAir in colors and will have a products presentation at booth 22237.