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    mounted bike pump recomendations?

    Just bought my first bike in 20 years and would love some recomendations for a mounted bike pump or a mini i guess. theres just to many options online! lol It doesnt have to be a top of the line or high priced. Just need some brands and option recomendations for around $20-30. thanks

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    oh almost forgot the bike is a 2011 raleigh misceo if that maters to pump buying

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    Topeak Road Morph G. Has a gauge, hose, and foot peg.

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    Topeak Road Morph with gauge.

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    I prefer to keep mine in my rear trunk bag. This is way it stays clean and travels with me regardless of what bike I choose to ride.
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    Topeak Road Morph with gauge is great, I totally agree. It's like a mini floor pump, so much easier to use than standard mini pump.

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    I have a Lezyne Pressure Drive, small. My bike frame is not all that large and the small is fine. I've used it a couple of times on 700x25 road tires. It mounts to the bike at the water bottle screws. I'm happy with mine.
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    Zefal HPX. Full size frame pump. Best ever, period. 30+ years of use and still as good as day one.

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    +1 on Topeak Road Morph. May cost more than what you have budgeted but it will get the job done as opposed to a lot of other mini pumps. Mount it on your seat tube or down tube but you will need to use a different mounting bracket than what it comes with.

    http://www.wiggle.co.uk/lezyne-nylon...e-drive-pumps/

    ^A mounting bracket like this is what you need, has a nylon strap that secures the pump and it bolts on under your bottle cage.
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    Bell Airstrike 1000.

    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Bell-Airst...i_sku=15239493

    Comes with a gauge and acts like a mini floor pump, in that you put the base on the ground and use it like one. Has a built in gauge and can pump up to 90 psi. Well within your range at $17. Mine has had a ton of abuse and looks like hell from all the times I've used it on rough pavement but works 100%. I love it and would instantly replace it with another if need be. Comes with mounting hardware.

    Also comes with a patch kit and tire levers, but these are for emergency use at best and don't work as well as a quality patch kit and good metal levers.
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    I've owned both the road (with gauge) and mountain morph pumps and they're still going strong. I don't have to have the models with the gauge as I usually just "eyeball" the pressure with thumb and forefinger and top off at home with the gauged floor pump. Having said that, I've been rocking a Topeak Mini Morph on my commuter lately. It has all the features I need in a smaller package than its bigger brothers. Perfect for that unused water bottle mount or in a pack or back pocket :

    http://www.topeak.com/products/Pumps/MiniMorph
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