The Japanese invented tires that do not need to be inflated
The Japanese invented tires that do not need to be inflated

The Japanese invented tires that do not need to be inflated

Японцы изобрели шины, которые не надо накачивать (4 фото) In Japan, tires were first invented that did not require pumping for cars (2011), and now the turn has come to bicycles. Know-how is produced by Japanese manufacturer Bridgestone. The company plans to enter the market with new products in a year, as it hopes to catch the Olympic Games, which will be held in Tokyo in 2020. Японцы изобрели шины, которые не надо накачивать (4 фото) Японцы изобрели шины, которые не надо накачивать (4 фото) The Japanese brand has proposed a new wheel design for bicycle enthusiasts, the spokes are based on thermoplastic rubber. It reduces drag when the driver rides a bicycle. Bridgestone wheels are not afraid of glass, nails and other sharp objects, they do not need to be pumped and easy to clean. The future development price using the proprietary Air Free Concept technology is still unknown. Японцы изобрели шины, которые не надо накачивать (4 фото)

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