Ever gotten into situations where you wished you had your big and bulky all-purpose pump to pump your bike? Tried using one of those portable bicycle pumps that just don't pump your bike? That's because they lack a central pin to push the air-flow stopper in your tires so that you can pump air.

I'm going to teach you guys how to make a simple and easy mobile pump for relatively cheap.

Step 1: What you need.

Easily the simplest DIY project you'll ever get - pun intended. You can finish this in 30 minutes or less.

You'll need:

1) An old all-purpose pump that has problems. You'll just need the "head" of the pump. (You can find these at bicycle repair stations or whatever local super/hyper market you have in your neighborhood.)

2) One of those cheap ball pumps. The small mobile ones. (costs about $5-10)

3) (Optional) A pair of pliers.

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