These small, lightweight pumps provide a quick, easy solution to flats on the road or trail. Most can be attached to various places on your bicycle frame (some can even fit under your water bottle) using mounting hardware or a rip-and-stick strap. Mountain bikers keep their mini-pumps safely inside their hydration pack, away from trail obstacles.
Tire Pressure Ranges
The correct tire pressure depends on various factors: tire size and sidewall thickness, rider weight, riding conditions, and more. Fully inflated tires are generally best for smooth needs; slightly underinflated tires may be better for rough roads or trails. Road bike: 80-130 psi / 5.5-9 bars Comfort bike: 35-70psi / 2.2-4.8 bars Mountain bike: 30-60psi / 2.1-4.2 bars