Seal a drafty window or door with a length of bicycle inner tube cut to fit like a U-shaped sleeve over the bottom or side of the window.
Slice old bicycle inner tube into rubber bands.
If you get a tear in the sidewall of a tire, your tube might be beyond patching as well. To save your ride (this isn’t a permanent solution) use a knife or scissors to cut the punctured tube, into a piece large enough to patch the sidewall. Glue the piece of tube over the hole on the inside of the tire. If you’re not carrying glue, place the patch over the hole and let the new tube press it in place. In the case of a very big hole use several layers of inner tube. Now carefully ride to your destination or a repair shop.
A piece of old bicycle tire can be used to hang your bike from a ceiling. Attach the tire to hooks or rafters.