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Dump the pump.

Blowing out your elbow trying to pump up a flat is super fun and all, but if you'd rather save your joints, bones, ligaments, and precious time, go with an inflator hooked up with an Innovations CO2 Refill. It'll fill up a 700cc road tire to 100psi or a 26in MTB tire to 40psi in seconds, and weighs as much as a gentle breeze, so you can always have a few in your pack, pocket, or saddlebag in case of emergency.

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5 5

A must have

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Buy this:
Innovations Microflate Nano CO2 Inflator

Buy some of these CO2 refills and enjoy. You'll be happy you did, I promise! I've used these more times than I care to count and they always work great.

5 5

Always needed

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I always keep 4-5 tubes and 4-5 cartridges in my home bike shop. These are things you need to keep a stock of.

5 5

Be Prepared

Flat's are a bummer, but if you can't avoid them it's best to be prepared with a couple of these in your pack. These 16 gram cartridges are perfect for filling your 26er back up without having to deal with a hand pump. Don't forget an inflator to replace the CO2 with air once you get home.

5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Werd - work well, just hope we do not have to use them that often, but when you do - makes your riding mates cheerful; as they do not have to wait extended periods of time if you had used a hand pump ;)

5 5

Work great.

These work great for a road bike. I mostly use them on a road bike. Gets the pressure up over 100 psi in just a few seconds. Sometimes I'll use them on my mountain bike if I am lazy. I'll put about 10-15 lbs in with a hand pump. Then I'll throw a c02 in to finish it up. If I am really lazy I just use 2 CO2 cartridges.

5 5


This is an essential piece to have in your repair kit. Inflates fast so you are back on the trail and not screwing with your hand pump.

4 5

it'll keep you rolling

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Nor much to say about a CO2 other than it'll keep you ride going. The 16oz cannister is enough to inflate a road tube, or a 26 or 29" MTB tire. One use per cannister.

5 5

one and done

Empty one of these and you are good to go. You aren't pumping your hand pump for 15 minutes. Also useful if you're using tubeless.