As soon as I laid eyes on this invention, I said to myself, “I could have come up with that.” Well, I didn’t. I sure wish I did because I would be riding a gold-plated 30-inch rim-having Road Glide on my own island with some cold beer and hot BBQ.
Here’s how it goes: say you get a flat tire miles from home. The culprit is a roofing nail, drywall screw, or any other object left on the road. Once the puncture is located on the tire you bust out the Cargol Turn & Go kit and mark the leaking area with the supplied chalk. You then grab the needle-nose pliers in the kit and yank out the cursed object. You then just screw the included magic black plastic “key” into the puncture and snap it off when it’s embedded deep into the tire’s carcass. The finishing touch is to take the supplied CO2 cartridge and fill the tire up and in no time you are back on the road with no other tools, a goopy slimy mess, or calls to a tow truck.
The kit is small enough to be carried in a jacket pocket and it also works on cars, trucks, ATVs, and pretty much any other tire that holds air. In short, nobody should throw a leg over his bike without one of these kits in his saddlebag.