Topeak D2 Smarthead pressure gauge may sound a bit serious, but it’s a really easy and quick way to keep your bike predictable and consistent.
To seat a tyre, simply attach a pump to the Milkit Booster and inflate to 160psi. Push the Booster directly to the tubeless valve and, hey Presta!
Whatever the initial idea behind it, the Birzman Pump Up is a new canister with 1.2l of volume, giving it the biggest capacity we’ve seen.
The Topeak Joeblow Twin Turbo is a new idea from Topeak, designed to satisfy the demands of mountain bikers — who want to dump big volume into their tyres...
The Syncros 2HV1.0 mini-pump is small enough to tuck into a bum bag yet boasting the lung capacity to be genuinely useful on the trail.
The Fabric Accubar has been specifically designed for high-volume tyres that run at less than 40psi, where the tyre pressure is crucial.
Adding to the array of tubeless tyre installing gizmos is the Specialized Air Tool Blast Tubeless Tyre Seater. And it does exactly as it says on the tin.
Giant's Control 1+ MTB is a mountain bike specific pump designed to inflate the largest of tyres with ease. Performance and reliability are second to none.
Syncros makes two shock pumps; a basic model called the SP2.0 and this all singing all dancing SP1.0.
This is an updated version of mountain bike specific Lezyne Classic Over Drive. It’s solid, stable and will easily seat the most stubborn tubeless tyres.
As pumps go, the B’Twin 900 track pump is a simple beast. It doesn’t have a plethora of features enabling it to seat tubeless tyres, setup suspension or inflate a…
How many times have you wished to have a track pump stuffed away in your pack, after spending the last ten minutes wondering whether an asthmatic mouse might fare better…
Lezyne has obviously been taking design cues from seventies F1 teams, as the Digital Shock Drive pump looks more like a suspension strut from a JPS race car than a…
Crank Bros has always been known for taking a sideways look at bike parts and creating their own, distinctive versions. Whilst these might have fallen short of the mark sometimes…
At £70, the Airwave AirBlast is well-priced and feels robust and decent quality — it’s showing no signs of wear after several months of use.
With the Over Drive, Lezyne has joined the tubeless-specific floor pump party.
The Topeak Joe Blow Booster is essentially a standard Joe Blow floor pump with an aluminium air chamber bolted to the side.
The Flash Charger still gets the job done