The Japanese invented tires that don’t need to pump up (4 pics)
In Japan first invented the tire that does not require nakachki, for cars (2011), and now is the turn to bicycles. The production know-how is the Japanese manufacturer Bridgestone. The company plans to enter the market with new products in a year as hopes to manage to the Olympic games held in Tokyo in 2020.
The Japanese brand has offered a new design of wheels for cyclists, spokes are based on a thermoplastic rubber. It reduces resistance when the driver rides a Bicycle. Wheels from Bridgestone are not afraid of glass, nails and other sharp objects, they do not need to pump and easy to clean. The future price development applied proprietary technology “Air Free Concept” is still unknown.
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