- Recommend me a decent trail pump please.
Stoner going hipster stylee using his pockets…
Topeak are certainly very highly rated, with the Mountain Morph being a great one.
Sadly, I have no need to buy one until* my beloved 15+ year old Blackburn Mammoth dies.
*Until meaning – If it ever dies, I’ll just get on the phone to Blackburn to get it replaced under the lifetime warranty.Posted 5 years agopeachosMember
i’ve got one of these. had it for years now & still going strong. simple to strip down & service so expect it to last indefinitely. quite long and large volume so no issues getting it to inflate up to 30+ psi. cheap. tonnes better that the majority of my mate’s mini pumps.Posted 5 years agoJunkyardMember
nice lezyne pump – touch bulky but fairly high volume and will also do road tyores to a decent psi as well- £30Posted 5 years agojimificationMember
The Lezyne pumps are great and I find there’s less air leakage with a screw-on hose style attachment, so it’s easier to get the tyres back up to pressure.
Down side: Many tubes have removable valve cores now. These are prone to unscrew as you remove the pump hose after inflation – bloody annoying.Posted 5 years ago
hipster? how very dare you.
Enduro shorts have cavernous arse bags. Tool and spare inner in one, alloy drive in the other and some patches to cover bad luck. I dont like to have to carry a bag on a short blast. Sometimes I might stuff all that in the back of my gilet though if its cold enough to wear it.Posted 5 years agobirly-shirlyMember
Topeak Mountain Morph here. Used in anger today – and really no bother to use. I think the pressure gauge reads a little high, but I can live with that.
Replaced a Blackburn Airstick which was always a bit of a fight to get tires up to pressure. If I didn’t have a nice frame fit pump on my road bike, the Topeak would go everywhere.Posted 5 years ago
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