So far so good with using this product. I have only used it on my kids balance bike and our running stroller, couple of pumps with this and the tires were good to go. Gauge…
- chris, 04/06/15
The pump is light, easy to use and feels bomb proof. It comes with a great holder that can be screwed onto your bike frame in place of a bottle holder. The flexible hose mak…
- connor, 08/28/14
Pump works great in comparison to the Schwinn pump I was using. I can't get the plastic how speed attachment to work with my Presta valves but easily screwed the metal part on…
- Christopher, 02/11/15
This pump is small enough to put in a pocket of a backpack or purse and strong enough to pump up your tires! It's pretty sturdy and easy to use. It definitely is harder than s…
- Andrew, 11/18/14
seems to work fine..got it with 20% off so that takes some of the sting away. hope it is durable…
- Tom, 05/18/15
I bought this to replace an old plastic bodied floor pump that had come to the end of its lifespan and couldn't be happier with the purchase. Although not the cheapest, I'm im…
- David, 06/02/14
I am an avid cyclist and I pump up my tires prior to every ride I go on. This pump was bad enough I went out to buy another one only a few weeks after using it everyday. Yes,…
- Chris, 06/22/14
About Bike Pumps:
Have you ever tried filling a bicycle tire with air using your own breath, it is darn near impossible. My face got all red and I almost passed out, all while the tire felt zero of my efforts. Yeah, it was probably the stupidest thing I ever tried to do, but you can't just turn down a double dog dare.
To avoid having to bump a tire with your own breath or accepting double dog dares, it is wise to invest in a bike pump. A bike pump will fill your tire with little to no effort; it was like bicycle pumps were specifically designed to efficiently put air into a tire. Spoiler alert: they were. Now, at Moosejaw we a large variety of bike tire pumps, you could probably fill up 16 tires at once if that were possible. I'm sure you can arrange some "Bike Tire Filling" record with like Guinness World Records, or something.
Bicycle floor pumps are your most standard bicycle pump that you have to push up and down like you're churning butter. Bike floor pumps are fair from basic though, they will get your tire all filled up in no time. Plus, you're going to get some sich tricep muscles from that, I think. I don't know anything about muscles. If you need something more convenient when you're on the go, Moosejaw also has bicycle hand pumps that are much smaller in size. Bike hand bumps are super convenient when you find your tire needs some air in the middle of a ride. They are a lifesaver if you're going for a long ride.
So, check out all the great bike pumps Moosejaw has where you can pretty much get them in any color or style you want. With a bike pump from Moosejaw, your tires will never be flat again. Unless, you forget to fill them with air, I can't remind you to do that.