The Topeak Road Morph G Bike Pump with Gauge is lightweight and attaches to the frame of your bicycle, perfect for training rides or bicycle touring.
This is the pump I use when bicycle touring in Europe. After the flight, and right in the baggage claim area, I pull this handy pump out and inflate the tires and head to customs, really convenient.
What is good about this pump
Lightweight & slim – measures 2.2 x 13.8 x 1.1 inches and you can very easily mount it to the frame or your bike although a friend of mine does put it in her pannier. Many on-the-go pumps are somewhat clunky and not all that easy to use so you will appreciate this model.
Easy to use – packs floor pump efficiency of up to 150 psi and ease of use. This may not seem like much but I love that there is even a foldout footpad that stabilizes the pump against the ground rather than in your hand for comfortable, efficient pumping motion.
Flexible air hose – makes it easy to work with awkward or tight valve placements while also helping prevent valve stem damage because as you know it is real easy to bend the stems. This bike pump works with either Presta or Schrader valves.
Built-in gauge – I must admit I don’t use the gauge much. For training rides I use a floor pump with a great gauge and use this pump only when I get the occasional flat tire. The gauge is best when bicycle touring and this is the only pump I have along.
Topeak Road Morph G Bike Pump with Gauge Features
- Portable bike pump with aluminum barrel and 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 (220 g)
- Measures 2.2 by 13.8 by 1.1 inches (W x H x D)
- Silver and black color
- Pressure capacity 160 PSI
What customers say about the Topeak Road Morph G Bike Pump
To start, personally I have had this pump for about ten years and it still works great for me and a cycling friend who also purchased this pump as well at the same time.
Numerous reviewers remarked that found this pump very portable as it attaches to the bike frame with the supplied flexible mounting. This also commented that they like the fold out foot rest and extension tube, which make for an easy pumping action. And of course, the handy little pressure gauge.
Several reviewers noted that unlike some portable pumps, this one has a hose, which makes it easier to pump because of the better range of motion. One cyclist stated “though other “hand” pumps will only get you to 60-90 PSI, this guy will get you back up to 120 or 130, bet it would do 150 if you needed it to.”
The only issue is the first time you use it as you might have a hard time figuring out how to modify between the two types of air valves, but once you are set up you should not need to change it.
The Topeak Road Morph G Bike Pump with Gauge is small, light, and amazingly effective for such an affordable price.