9 December 2019 |
Watch this video, https://youtu.be/edFykMFYDKg .
First, remove the stem cap from inner tube. Next, pinch the tyre with one hand behind the stem to push the stem outward. With your other hand, place the head of the pump on the stem as much as possible. Next, lightly bend the stem away from the spokes while keeping the pump on so the lever on the pump can be lifted. This will create an air lock. Pump until the tyre is quite firm to the squeeze but not basketball/ rock hard. If you don’t hear and feel air going in the tyre, try re-attaching. We recommend 25-30 psi not the 35 psi on the sidewall of tyre. For further assistance please contact your local Bumbleride retailer or our customer care department at 03 9588 0999 or email@example.com
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