Discussion in 'Commuting' started by User, 20 Jul 2012.
I never carry a pump, and if someone called me an idiot for that I'd call them a twatwaffle and box their ears.
I carry a pump plus the kitchen sink.
Well surely as an Experienced cyclist you would have caught the escaping air, bagged it and then just popped it back in.
For me a minimum on anything over 2 miles is: pump, tube, levers, allen key, plastic gloves and a bunch of cable ties. Ridiculous all those cyclists with no pump. What's the world coming to?
Before the last icy spell I read it's best to be prepared for long road journeys, take spades, tarpaulins, blankets etc. The weather didn't delay me, but I felt a bit self-conscious on the bus.
I occasionally have to check my little Lezyne pump hasnt been stolen off my bike as ive not used it in over a year and its the same colour as the frame
Six cyclists not carrying a pump, disgraceful. Have they no thought for others.
Hang on. The sixth cyclist had a pump to help out Uncle Mort so it was only five cyclists. Unless *shock* you mean Uncle Mort was the first of the six?
so, where was the op's pump?
7 including you then.
I think you'll find Uncle Mort has a pump.
Just not with him
I'm not going to ask what he was doing with it.
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