I have one of these tire pumps. It is lithium battery powered. You set the pressure desired up to 150psi and press the button. It will shut off when desired pressure is achieved. This took about 30 seconds/lb. I aired 12 flat motorcycle tires on one battery charge. It can be charged via 12v or wall plug. Very light in weight. So far sooo happy. Therisa wants one for christmas.
I am pleased to report that my tire claim was approved and the check for the new tire came in a few days. I had the MOA Platinum membership which will pay for two tires per year due the unrepairable damage. Just read the fine print and follow it. I am now ahead $ wise for several yrs on dues. $250.00 rear tire paid for with MOA insurance. Happy happy
You can get the idea. The GSA will take you anywhere. Tom Asher has a rider school called TARRA and gives lessons. If I can get ten people signed up he will do one here at our place. I think it is 150 bucks for his course and it can be beginner or advanced whatever you need. We are now at 20 riders. The date is October 27-28-29.
Advanced training is on the 27th, 29 is an over flow or rain date. The training will take place at Moto Supreme in Brown County. The cost is $150.00 day payable to Tom in advance. More details coming.