Automatic (parasitic) bicycle pump

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Automatic (parasitic) bicycle pump

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This is really funny, but don’t do it. Aleksi writes – “Fill your bicycle wheels with conveniently available pressurized air stored in automobiles.”Link.

14 thoughts on “Automatic (parasitic) bicycle pump

  1. zieak says:

    Would this work? Bicycle tires usually have a 60psi or so optimal fill amount. Vehicles seem to run at about 30psi. Wouldn’t the pressure just equalize?

  2. philliptorrone says:

    that’s what i was thinking, seems like if a bike tire was really low, it might sorta help. i don’t have a willing hummer to try this on (don’t do this folks, ktx).

  3. jeffyoungstrom says:

    Don’t semi trucks run high pressure tires? Like up to 100psi. Lot of volume there too. Definitely anti-social behavior to steal their air, though.

  4. texmurphy says:

    Only a real a-hole would intentionally deflate a motorists tire for their own sake. It’s dangerous and illegal. Get a hand pump you lazy dick.

  5. texmurphy says:

    Only a real a-hole would intentionally deflate a motorists tire for their own sake. It’s dangerous and illegal. Get a hand pump you lazy dick.

  6. Aleksi says:

    :^)

  7. Anonymous says:

    dang chillax man.

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