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Is there a mini pump that will actually inflate to 105 psi without breaking? Let me rephrase that: is there a mini pump that will actually inflate to 105 psi when used by a 64 year old of limited upper body strength?


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Chaim Caron (not verified)
Toepeak Road Morph

I highly recommend the Toepeak Road Morph. It has a little foot that swings out, you put it on the ground, hold one foot on it, and pump up and down like a floor pump. I have inflated tires to 120 with it without much difficulty.

PS I am 58.

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don montalvo (not verified)
i'd go with co2...

...then deflate/reinflate later at home with a floor pump.


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Bob Shay (not verified)
Blackburn Airstick...

A Blackburn frame mounted pump is best if you can fit it in your frame.

One of my bikes won't allow a frame pump so I use a Blackburn Airstick mini-pump. It works okay up to about 100lbs. But, I also carry CO2 and an airchuck and only use the airstick to locate the hole in the tube and for emergencies if I run out of CO2 on a long ride. CO2 inflates real quick to 120/130lbs.



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jc (not verified)
Topeak Road Morph (nm)
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Hank Schiffman (not verified)

Isn't the Road Morph too big to be considered a mini? I would define a mini as a pump you can carry in a jersey pocket.

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banky (not verified)

The Road Morph sure is not a mini. I have a 50 cm frame (which is almost a mini itself) and I had to mount it on the downtube because it is too long to fit anywhere else! It is a great pump, though!

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