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What is the best way to manage this - both from the point of view of the chairs and the users who could be stuck in the middle of nowhere?
The Trailwalker team carried one of those spray cans but after using that the tyre would never be the same again.
If the tyre were filled with silicon it would not ever puncture but how would the ride be? The springiness of the pneumatic tyre is the only suspension for the rider apart from the soft seat. On level ground that might not matter but how about going down steps? So many questions.
What about a trial? A new pneumatic tyre could be fitted if it was no good.
A spare wheel? Believe it or not they cost $1000.
What do they do in Canada? We shouldn't reinvent (!!) the wheel.
Could some kind of suspension be worked into the design? It's such a good design perhaps it should not be changed.