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Topeak Road Morph G Bike Pump with Gauge
|Price:||$29.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Used by both professional and amateur riders alike
- Made using high quality materials and components
- Tested to ensure quality and durability
- 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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|Material Type||Alloy Barrel|
|Package Height||3 x 4.3 x 16.6 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 pounds|
|Size||L x W x H ﻿35 x 5.7 x 2.8 cm / 13.8" x 2.2" x 1.1"|
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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.
However, I also couldn't use the bolt holes on the seat tube, as they were also in the wrong location. So I used the included zip ties, which have been holding the bracket just fine. The pump just fits inside the 15" space on the tube.
The pump is able to fill my tires to 100+ psi. The built in gauge is both convenient and essential if you don't have a tire gauge handy.
The flip-out footpad is quite difficult to open with just my fingers. On my Mini Morph, I don't snap it shut, and that works just fine. The footpad works better on a hard surface like concrete or pavement. It's small but functional if you step on the it carefully. So far I haven't needed the footpad. The pump works fine just pushing straight down against the ground or floor.
The head is preloaded with the Presta size fitting. TIP #1: You can screw off the cover and flip the inside piece around to accomodate larger Shrader valve. (Many people don't know how to do this, based on the other reviews. If you don't know how this pump works, ask a bike shop or friend. Don't blame the pump for your ignorance!) It's true that the pump comes with virtually no instructions--presumably it's intended to be sold by a dealer who demonstrates it.
TIP #2: The head fits over the valve stem, and THEN you flip the lever up, so the lever is in line with the stem.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great travel bike pump!! I purchased it to take with me for an international race and was extremely happy that I was able to pump up my road tires to full PSI. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Renee Harrington
Incredibly, comes with no documentation. This is the only bicycle pump that you will need to access the internet or YouTube to figure out how to use. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Stephen
I have found this pump very portable however mounting part is not so good
Pump comes with a clip is not mountable to any tube only with two screws, shape of pump smaller than... Read more
I have used the road morph for years. As a tourist and a commuter. It is dependable, fast and reliable. Commun failure mods are the folding parts, foot pad and handle. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Paul McELroy
Haven't got to use it just yet but overall it looks awesome and like it will do the job. Wish the fixture that holds it had another velcro strap to keep it in place but this thing... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Jeremy Y.
I have had this pump for about 3 few years now - it has already saved me a few times from having to walk back home for hours after getting a flat. Read morePublished 25 days ago by BlackParkeri597
Great to use and store on my bike while I ride. It has been a life saver a few times when I've gotten flats on my ride.Published 27 days ago by Mae