Hi,

I have noticed that tyre dealers are putting in nitrogen into car tyres, is there any benefit for bike tyres for the same logic (if it is logic) to be applied?

Steve

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On an associated topic, I've always wondered by an inert light gas like helium isn't used in tires.

blah blah blah rotational mass theories and all that can surely benefit from this wouldn't it?

He is probably 2 x-pensive. Now, neon is lighter than argon and could also be used to light up the bike.

But the real goer must be hydrogen. Nothing is lighter, you can get it readily by electrolysing water and it can also be used to blow up the bike.

Oh the humanity

However the teensy little molecules would leak out faster. Probably.

I vote this topic most nerd-worthy of 2012 .....

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