. Trying to think of a way to make my tent recognisable to those that need mechanical assistance
A mini-pump is also very useful, although you can probably borrow someone elses - but wouldn't you rather eat the jelly beans yourself??
Twowheels wrote:Trying to think of a way to make my tent recognisable to those that need mechanical assistance
Tim_mtb wrote: Kevlar-reinforced tyres or other puncture-resisting devices are good - they do work, however they do come with a weight penalty. You really have to decide whether the extra weight is worth it.
Hi I had puncture resistant tubes in my bike. One thick tube and one with green slime in it
That is my point: if I can take only one thing, is it a pump or its weight in jellybeans?
I am still weighing my options here - currently leaning towards jellybeans
--- and setting myself up for an incredible amount of punctures - fate!
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