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Running time 100hrs


frame Pump


Whether you carry a patch kit or spare tube, if your tire goes flat, you will need to find a way to get air back into it. That's where a nice little pump comes in. Usually clamped to your frame, these mighty little dudes will put enough air in your tire to get you back on your way.

Some riders prefer to carry CO2 cartridges - little battery-sized cylinders that deliver a burst of pressurized gas and refill tubes in a fraction of a second. They are lighter, but require a bit of practice to use, else you can blow out the tube you've just replaced. Plus, they cost about a dollar a piece, for what is typically a one time use.


tool kit


A basic set of tools will keep you going even if you have minor breakdown along the way. We're not talking here about the full collection that they use down at the bike shop. Really all you need is a multi-tool and a couple of tire levers. You can create this assortment yourself, or pick up something like a tool kit, which features hex wrenches, tire levers, a patch kit, a straight blade screwdriver and small adjustable wrench, in a small tool wallet.


Tail lights



Commuting regularly? You need a well lit rear light for your bicycle. It should be steady or flashing. Particularly if you ride in poorly lit areas. A good rear light will not only make you visible but also awares drivers coming from behind you.


Rack


With a rack or basket on your bike, you can tote along the necessities like your lunch, a change of clothes or books and papers for school or work. Racks come in quick-release models that pop onto and off of your seat post in seconds for easy removal, or sturdier permanent mount with support struts that bolt to your frame. These type of racks also allow for panniers or grocery bag holder attachments. There are even suit-bag panniers for hauling your snazziest work duds, wrinkle free.


head lights


Commuting regularly? You need a well lit front light for your bicycle. It should be steady or flashing. Particularly if you ride in poorly lit areas. A good Front light will not only make you visible but also will light up the path ahead of you.

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