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Beto EZ001A HiPressure All Alloy Road Mini Pump

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Product Description

Hi-Pressure All-Alloy Road Pump

  • Advanced lever-less Easy ON & OFF pump head
  • Hammerhead style dual valve for Schrader/Presta
  • Foldable alloy T-handle
  • Precision drawn alloy barrel & piston shaft
  • CNC alloy valve caps
  • Air volume per stroke: 30cc approx
  • Up to 120PSI
  • EZ Head

BETO EZ HEAD Technology

EZ Head’s unique lever-less design allows the user to engage with the tyre valve using just one hand, and it is an easy push-on and pull-off fast action. Conventional pump head requires two hands to do the job.

Its revolutionary “Double-Lock” valve-lock system provides stronger engagement with the tyre valve. External 8 claws firmly lock into the threaded stem. Internal rubber grommet is compressed by perimeter-force to air-tight with the tyre valve. Conventional pump heads only rely on top-down force to squeeze the rubber grommet to grip the tyre valve.

The valve-lock mechanism of EZ head is triggered by the fixed amount of insertion force and depth of the tyre valve. There is no guess work, like there is with a conventional pump head.

- Lever-less one-hand operation
- Easy push-on & pull-off fast action
- Revolutionary “Double-Lock” valve system
- Fool-proof fixed force & depth insertion
- Hammerhead dual valve or single valve

Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

Bike Pumps Guide

 

Bike Pumps Guide

Bike pumps come in many shapes and sizes and are designed for different purposes. We’ll cover all the different types of pump in the guide, but first let’s take a look at some things that are common to all bike pumps.


What to look for

Valve Type

There are two main valve types used for cycling. Many bike pumps are suitable for both types, but some will only fit one type of valve, so it’s best to know which type you need before you buy.

Schrader valves are the same type of valve that you find on cars. This valve type is usually found on kids bikes as well as more affordable mountain and hybrid bikes. A Schrader type valve is also used for air sprung shocks and forks.

Presta valves are cycling specific valves. You’ll find these valves on road bikes as well as high-end mountain and hybrid bikes. Most tubeless valves are Presta valves.

types of bike valve

Tyre Pressure

The perfect air pressure for your tyres will depend on the volume of the tyre. Narrow road tyres need a much higher air pressure than wide mountain bike tyres. The maximum air pressure for a tyre will be written on the side wall of the tyre.

Pumps are rated up to a specific air pressure. You’ll need a higher-pressure pump for road bike tyres than for MTB tyres. Air pressure is measured in PSI (Pounds per Square Inch).

side wall of bike tyre showing max psi

Typical Bike Tyre Pressures

Mountain Bike Tyres

Tyre size

Tyre pressure*

1.9”

40 psi

2.1”

35 psi

2.3”

28 psi

2.6”

23 psi

2.8”

18 psi

Road & Hybrid Bike Tyres

Tyre Size

Tyre Pressure*

23mm

115 psi

25mm

100 psi

28mm

90 psi

32mm

80 psi

37mm

70 psi


Types of Pump

Floor Pumps

Floor pumps make pumping up tyres easy. Also known as track pumps, they sit on the floor with a footrest and grips for both hands, so you can add a lot of air to your tyres with each stroke. Most have a dual valve head so you can easily switch between Presta and Schrader valves without making any adjustments. Floor pumps are perfect for the home workshop but are too big to carry on a ride.

three floor pumps

Hand Pumps

Hand pumps or mini pumps are small enough to fit in your bag or attach to the frame of your bike. Perfect for fixing puncture you can carry a hand pump with you wherever you go. These pumps come in many sizes. Smaller ones are easy to carry but larger ones make pumping up your tyres easier. Some hand pumps feature a hose that makes it easier to pump your tyres up. Most hand pumps have a head that can easily be adjusted to work with both valve types.

pumping up a bike tyre with a hand pump

Cartridge Pumps

Cartridge pumps or CO2 inflators are a valve head that connects to a CO2 cartridge. Sometimes these are combined with hand pumps. You can use CO2 inflators to pump your tyres up quickly or even seat tubeless tyres. You’ll need to carry spare cartridges with you to use them on a ride. We sell CO2 cartridges in our physical shops but they're not available to buy at Tredz online.

using a co2 inflator on  a bike tyre

Shock Pumps

You’ll need a shock pump to adjust the air pressure in air sprung suspension forks and shocks. Suspension uses very high air pressures so a bike pump for tyres isn’t an option. Shock pumps are quite small as the volume is much lower than a bike tyre. The pressure gauge allows you to be very accurate with the air pressure in your fork or shock. All shock pumps use the same type of valve, so it is easy to switch between brands.

shock pump

Tubeless Inflators

Seating tubeless tyres on the rim can be challenging with only a floor pump. This is because you can’t get the air in quickly enough to make a seal between the tyre and wheel rim. Tubeless inflators have a tank that you fill with air from a track pump, then release it into the tyre all in one go. This seats the tyre properly on the rim. Some tubeless inflators are combined with a floor pump.

Using an Airshot tubeless inflator

Delivery & Guarantee

UK Delivery Information

International Deliveries – Temporarily Suspended 11/11/20

Note: We are still offering deliveries to the Isle of Man, Scottish Highlands, Scottish Islands, Channel Islands, Isle of Wight, Jersey and Guernsey. We are no longer delivering to Northern Ireland.

Courier Delivery update: Due to the COVID19 situation, we are currently experiencing some delays with deliveries. Our couriers are working around the clock to get your order to you as soon as possible but there is a potential delay of up to 48 hours . Please check your tracking on track your order here.

Please download the TNT Track and Trace App for iOS here and Android here so you can keep an eye on your delivery and any further updates.

Please note on the TNT tracking app it may show your delivery status as ‘Collecting’ (as per image below). This means your delivery has left our warehouse and is currently held at TNT main depot and there could be up to a 48 hour delay.

tnt delivery

Please keep checking the TNT tracking for further updates. On behalf of TNT we apologise for any delay and inconvenience this may cause. 

We are committed to offering fast and free delivery, whether you're ordering bikes, accessories or clothing. Our standard delivery service is FREE in the UK, regardless of the size and on all orders over £20.

Please note that bulky products and bikes shipped to outlying UK regions are excluded from free shipping.

Please note that Pre-Order dates can sometimes change due to updated stock information.

Click here for more UK and international delivery information.

Returns & Warranty

It's easy to return a product with our 365 day, hassle free returns. 

We will give you a full refund or exchange on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).

Please note: For hygiene reasons, we cannot accept returns of facemasks, undershorts or underwear if the item has been removed/unsealed from its original packaging.

If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.

For more information please visit our Returns & Warranty page.