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    On Bicycle Pump

    Hello. I am riding a Pine Mountain 29er SS. I would like to carry a pump on board the bike. What pumps are good? What are your recommendations for a good durable pump that is easy to use..

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    Topeak Road Morph.

    Why it's better than other pumps:
    * Hose
    * Gauge
    * Flip out footpad
    * Pumps to 120 psi
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    2013 True North custom touring; 2010 Novara Randonee; 2009 Unicycle.com Club 24"; 1989 Miele Tivoli; 1979 Colnago Sport

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    I have the Topeak turbo morph, which is very similar to the Road Morph G.

    In general, the design of the "Morph" pumps from Topeak is great. They set up like floor pumps which lets you put a lot of pressure down without as much effort or the danger of damaging the valve stem (The turbo also makes a good hand pump if you're in the mud), and the gauge on the Morph G and Turbo are very accurate.

    Good pumps.

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