If you want decent pressure with a portable pump this is a good choice, although weight concious will need to look at lighter options. The bracket is literally the weak point and maybe overstressed connecting tabs when fastening bottle cage back..lasted a few months but bracket did just snap off..fitted alloy replacement.
If you want decent pressure with a portable pump this is a good choice, although weight concious will need to look at lighter options. The bracket is literally the weak point and maybe overstressed connecting tabs when fastening bottle cage back..lasted a few months but bracket did just snap off..fitted alloy replacement.Close review
Although rather pricy a great pump. However the pump holder broke after 200 miles of road cycling which suggests poor quality or I was just unlucky. At least I managed to save the pump
Although rather pricy a great pump. However the pump holder broke after 200 miles of road cycling which suggests poor quality or I was just unlucky. At least I managed to save the pumpClose review
What are bike pumps?
A bike pump is essential for keeping your tyres inflated, preventing pesky pinch punctures and providing more efficient riding. Tyres gradually deflate even if your bike stays inactive for a while, so it’s good practice to top them up as often as you can.
Who needs a bike pump?
Anyone with a bike. A mini pump or CO2 cannister can be vital in getting you home after a puncture, or to work on time if you’re commuting.
What are the choices?
Traditional pumps are easy to use and inexpensive to buy. A hand pump is operated with a pumping action and is available in standard or mini size. Both types can be fitted to eyelets in your bike frame or smaller pumps will fit in a saddle bag. Track or floor pumps are great for the garage – inflating high psi levels in just a couple of movements. CO2 cannister instantly release air into your tyres and are diminutive in size.
What should I buy with it?
If your pump isn’t compatible the valve on your tyre (Presta or Schrader) you may need to buy an adaptor. CO2 cartridges require a small adaptor for use.
A gauge is a good way of seeing how much air you’ve added, preventing the dreaded pop sound from an overambitious inflation. Also, NEVER take CO2 cartridges with you on an aeroplane!
See our Bike pump guide for more.
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