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Topeak Road Morph G Bike Pump with Gauge

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  • Portable on-the-go bike pump with padded T-handle
  • Foldout footpad stabilizes the pump against the ground
  • Flexible air hose works with awkward or tight valve placements
  • Extra-long barrel; inline gauge and secure mounting bracket
  • Presta/Schrader head with plastic thumb lock; weighs 0.49 pounds
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Product Description

Product Description

The Road Morph features an extra long barrel that offers huge performance, and includes an in-line gauge.
  • Morph technology in a road pump
  • Head: Presta/Schrader
  • High efficiency Single Action pump with thumblock lever
  • Flexible hose for easy filling and fold-down foot pads for easy pumping
  • Plastic/Kraton T-handle
  • Barrel: Butted Aluminum
  • Mounting Bracket Included
  • Capacity 160 PSI/ 11 bar
Item Specifications
ColorSilver/Black
Weight220g
PSI160PSI
Length350mm

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Every dedicated cyclist needs a good portable pump for his or her training rides. However, many on-the-go pumps are somewhat clunky and not all that easy to use. Enter the Topeak Road Morph G, which packs floor pump efficiency and ease of use into a compact, portable design you can bring along for the ride. The Road Morph G boasts a clever foldout footpad that stabilizes the pump against the ground rather than your hand, creating a comfortable, efficient pumping motion. Plus, the pump's flexible air hose makes it easy to work with awkward or tight valve placements while also helping prevent valve stem damage. Other features include an extra-long barrel, an inline gauge, a secure mounting bracket, a Presta/Schrader head, and a plastic thumb lock. The Road Morph G measures 2.2 by 13.8 by 1.1 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 0.49 pounds.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 1.1 x 2.2 inches ; 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FI6YOS
  • Item model number: 61101785
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (476 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,877 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

No problem getting road tires to 120 psi.
triandlaw
I love this pump because it is very lightweight, fits on my bike very well, and it looks really good.
Victor Buie
Also nice is the fold out foot rest and extension tube, which make for an easy pumping action.
dickens

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

286 of 301 people found the following review helpful By dickens on December 26, 2007
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I have found this pump very useful and portable. Attaches to the bike frame with the supplied flexible mounting. I like that you can screw on the mounting, if your bike frame has that capability - or you can "soft" mount it using the supplied other mounting hardware. They even gave a little instruction booklet for the mounting.

Also nice is the fold out foot rest and extension tube, which make for an easy pumping action. And of course, the handy little pressure gauge.

The only reason why I gave this 4 stars, not 5, is there was no manual for newbies like me to refer to. So here's an attempt at a how-to.

First - remove the usually black, plastic cover from your tire valve - so you should be looking at a metallic, threaded valve assembly.

Next, figure out if you have a presta (narrower) or schrader (wider) valve on your tires. To figure out which you have, google for images.

Then - adjust the pump head (or tip) to match your tire valve. My Topeak shipped with the pump head set for presta valve. I quickly discovered my tire valves were schrader, and not compatible with the pump. After some googling and head-scratching, I finally figured it out. You have to take apart the pump head assembly and put it back together the same way as given in the picture on the packaging. DOH. Gently unscrew and take off the little metal cap on top of the pump head (tip). Then gently pull out the black rubber piece inside, and the metal nozzle. For the Schrader valve, make sure the larger opening of this black piece is facing outward. The small opening of the rubber piece should be facing inwards, and should fit over the narrow end of the nozzle/metal piece.
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128 of 133 people found the following review helpful By K. Yasuhara on September 1, 2006
The key feature of this pump is that the pump head is connected to the main pump by a short section of rubber tubing. This lets you put the end of the pump on the ground after locking the head onto the tube valve. Then, you can use your body weight to do the pumping as with a floor pump, which is nice if you've got skimpy arms like me and need road tire pressure (100+ psi). A short, plastic foot swings down so you can use your foot to keep the bottom end of the pump from slipping as you pump. I'm a bit worried that this foot or its hinge will break, so I try to be careful not to stress it when I'm pumping on pavement, but it's held up fine after over a dozen uses. Finally, while the gauge doesn't seem to be super precise, it's definitely good enough to be confident that you've got the right amount of pressure 'til you get home to your floor pump. As a year-round, carless commuter, I'm happy I found this reliable, well-designed pump and have recommended it enthusiastically to other cycle-commuters.
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53 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Brady Chin on January 3, 2007
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I considered tossing out my floor pump once I started using this frame pump. The best things: a pressure gauge on the valve and a little flap that you can step on to keep the pump steady. You need this pump if you're into changing tires.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By S. Jawad on February 10, 2007
I own a Specialized Allez full-Ultegra road bike and a Trek 6000 full-Deore Mountain bike and i use this for both.

Pumping up my road tires (130 psi) was surprisingly easy compared to other pumps (and I've had many), but it is still 130 psi and you will have to put some body weight into it. I tried using the fold out foot pedal, but it rotates 180 degrees and is therefore pretty useless when your exerting so much pressure on the pump. But i found that kneeling down, holding the pump upright against the floor and just pumping downwards worked remarkably well. There really is no need for the foot pedal. The hose that attaches to your tire valve is extendable, so you have plenty of room to work. Pumping up my MTB tires was cake. The gauge is absolutely essential, once you have it you wonder how you lived without it.

The bracket mounts very easily onto the bike and the pump clips into place on the bracket and there is an extra strap around the pump for added security. If you have multiple bikes I highly recommend getting a few more brackets and just switching the pump around between bikes.

This is probably the best frame pump on the market, considering its small, has a gauge, works for both schraeder and presta, and has an extendable hose. The price is also awesome. It works really well and i HIGHLY recommend it.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By K. Hou on August 9, 2010
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I've had this product for 5 months now, and after using it on a weekly basis, I feel I can give an informed review.

As far as looks and feel, the pump feels fairly light in my hand but solid and well-built at the same time. The machined barrel is very smooth with no rough spots. I think the metal barrel is made from aluminum. The pump is fairly sleek looking when mounted on my bike, so no complaints there.

The really cool feature of this pump is that several portions of the pump are movable (morph-able), making it more convenient for emergency pumping on-the-go. The handle, which is held in place by turning the handle until it clicks into the barrel, snaps outwards (pivots) 90 degrees, allowing the user to use his/her body weight to pump when the pump is held against the floor. This is advantageous because it allows more force to be generated, less arm strength be used, and less energy be expended by the user when pumping tires. The foot pedal, as I call it, snaps outward (pivots) 90 degrees from the base, allowing the user to hold the pump in place using his/her foot while pumping. After unhooking the head of the hose from the hook, the head can actually be pulled out, exposing about ~3 inches more of rubber hose, allowing the user better reach the valves on the tires. The pump head adapters can also fit both shrader and presta valves by flipping the two rubber/plastic adapters.

To pump your tires, fit the head over the valve, pull the lever out to lock it in place (so it forms a "T" shape), and commence pumping. When I pump my road bike tires (Continental Gatorskins 28x700C) up to 100 psi, it takes a considerable amount of effort, but much less than other hand pumps that I've used.
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