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Old 05-18-20, 07:17 AM
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Tire pump

Suggestions for a portable tire pump for mountain biking?

Something to carry with just in case...Most of those portable electric ones are garbage so the reviews state...
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Old 05-18-20, 09:09 AM
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Topeak Mountain Morph if they still make it.
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I am having trouble envisioning a tire pump that is not portable...

Nope, I looked again and they all seem to be portable.
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Old 05-18-20, 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by JustinOldPhart View Post
I am having trouble envisioning a tire pump that is not portable...

Nope, I looked again and they all seem to be portable.
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Old 05-18-20, 02:38 PM
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Originally Posted by bobwysiwyg View Post
lol I meant to put on the bike frame or carry one in a bike bag
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Old 05-18-20, 03:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Redrovermiami View Post
lol I meant to put on the bike frame or carry one in a bike bag
Ah, as they say, the devil's in the details.
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Old 05-18-20, 04:53 PM
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That pitcher is of one of them compressor machines. 'Snot a pump. It's got a sleek box around it, but it just like this here gizmo.



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Old 05-18-20, 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Redrovermiami View Post
lol I meant to put on the bike frame or carry one in a bike bag
In that case, the Topeak recommendation is an excellent one.
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I have a $7 Aldi special that is great, been using it almost daily (I have an airhorn)....

Now... if I were replacing it.... Gotta go with the Mountain Morph G (has a built in guage).
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The best one I ever had was the Dog Pump. It was some no-name thing that had Frenchy writing on it: "Pompe de Poche" which everyone knows means "Dog Pump". It was a resin thing that telescoped from about 5" to 10" and was the best thing for fairly high-volume low-pressure stuff. I lost it. Why do you always lose your best ****?
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Old 05-21-20, 07:40 AM
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Lezyne are great if in your budget
https://www.backcountry.com/lezyne-tech-drive-high-volume-pump?CMP_SKU=LED0131&MER=0406&skid=LED0131-BLAGLO-M&mr:trackingCode=3F178AE9-F985-E411-9BFE-BC305BF82376&mr:referralID=NA&mr:device=c&mr:adType=plaonline&iv_=__iv_p_1_g_49514702840_c_224495893 170_w_aud-785870532679la-394713099292_n_g_d_c_v__l__t__r__x_pla_y_7811_f_online_o_LED0131-BLAGLO-M_z_US_i_en_j_394713099292_s__e__h_9003510_ii__vi__&CMP_ID=PLA_GOc001&utm_source=Google&utm_medium=P LA&k_clickid=_k_Cj0KCQjwzZj2BRDVARIsABs3l9L9Dw2t7RatrMzaOEFpVAJsNY3w6GnyLY12-nPjNDVvIa8WvQdtb18aAiHVEALw_wcB_k_&rmatt=tsid:1042790|cid:213416677|agid:49514702840|tid:aud-785870532679la-394713099292|crid:224495893170|nw:g|rnd:13986303522935209734|dvc:c|adp:|mt:|loc:9003510&gclid=Cj0KCQ jwzZj2BRDVARIsABs3l9L9Dw2t7RatrMzaOEFpVAJsNY3w6GnyLY12-nPjNDVvIa8WvQdtb18aAiHVEALw_wcB

If not I've ordered several $10 Amazon specials which have worked well. I must have 10 pumps scattered around but usually throw in CO2 in the pack.
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Originally Posted by Redrovermiami View Post
Suggestions for a portable tire pump for mountain biking?

Something to carry with just in case...Most of those portable electric ones are garbage so the reviews state...
Topeak Mountain Morph is truly awesome to use, but a little on the larger side of what I like to carry around just for the 1 or 2 times a year I need it. I Have a Mini-Morph which also works well. I think the key is having a flexible hose and a tab that your foot can step on.
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My lezyne fell apart with nominal use, just raddled apart on the trails. Crack brothers clik is working nicely.
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