Call me whatever you wish to, but I'm not keen on using an accelerant in a pressure vessel on my motorcycle. Oxygen is an accelerant. A very efficient one at that.
Nitrogen is inert. It can be used to extinguish a fire, that is how efficient it is. Oxygen is a highly active accelerant ... it is used to excite a fire. Which is why it is used with acetylene because O2 increases the BTU ("heat") of the fire by leaps and bounds.
If you biff, and the fuel in your fuel system ignites while your bike is on it's side burning away on the street, when that reservoir with high pressure O2 ruptures there's going to be some serious fireworks. If you're unconscious and first responders approach the bike without being provided with that crucial bit of information (pressurized O2 in a sealed vessel) and the reservoir ruptures ... which is not uncommon .. you may have someone's death on your conscience for the rest of your life ... "Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon, and forever".
I clearly remember my mother often telling me when I was young ... "if everyone were jumping off of a cliff, would you as well?". I say that in response to the idea that ~big shot teams use O2 to pressurize their suspension systems, so I'm going to use it too~
I mean, y'all do what you want.
I'm not tellin', I'm just sayin'.