imitation, they say…

is nothing short of laziness.

or, wait some folk say… is the sincerest form of flattery. or something like that. well, check this out – CRANKPUMP!

it’ll be a huge success. cos everyone has shimano hollowtech cranks. and no one has pockets. brilliant!

click here to see the CRANKPUMP! video and to hear the voiceover from a woman who was kept in a darkened room for the past 11 years.

and what a smooth-line looking bike…

really?

really?

 

yes, for 50 quid you can become a TEST-PILOT! and not an idiot who sent in 50 quid to test something that costs 89p to make!

yes, for 50 quid you can become a TEST-PILOT! and not an idiot who sent in 50 quid to test something that costs 89p to make!

 

lovely line drawings abound!

lovely line drawings abound!

4 comments

  1. Jimjimjimjimjim

    Poor misguided problem solver.
    Only a triathlete would think road bicycles and CO2 cartridges go together.
    More so that one cartridge would suffice in the real world of flat tires.
    That’s just my crazy opinion.
    What is a fact though is this is a poorly named product as it is not a pump at all.
    A pump never runs out of air.
    A good pump will exceed 90psi.
    CrankPump does neither.
    It is not a pump.

    One of the big steps towards being a seasoned cyclist is realizing the need for a frame pump(or sad little pocket pump), saddle bag with one tube, a patch kit, tire levers, simple mini tool, a small rag and possibly a boot for big cuts. There may be room left for an emergency gel in there too. Fits under the saddle nicely.

    These folks need to take that step.

    That is all I have to say.

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