Topeak Road Morph G Bicycle Pump
Topeak's Road Morph G bike pump is a compact, fold-able and flexible tool that can take many forms. The Road Morph can transform from a frame pump to a roadside floor pump for easy and quick multi-dimensional air insertion. - T.H
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it is very difficult to pump up flatten tyres with portable pump. But this pump made me invincible against flat tyres. When I tested this, I can inflate my tyre over 80 psi easily.
I already own a mini morph but was looking for a pump for my touring bike. As I quite often start my annual tour by plane and need to let down the tyres I was looking for something that would get the tyres to a good pressure nearing the tyres maximum not just a 'limp home' pressure after a puncture. The pump is easy to use and with the T grip and foot support allows you to pump your tyres with something that is as close as you can get to a track pump and still carry. A couple of notes of caution. It's a relatively big pump (see advert for dimensions) definately not something you can put in your pocket. But the size makes inflating the tyres easier. There are two methods of mounting the pump bracket to the bike; via two bottles cage bolts or with cable ties on the top tube. With the first method you lose one bottle cage. The second method your need to make sure that it does not interfere with top tube routed cables. Also in small frames if mounted on the top tube it may make getting the bottle out of the seat tube cage a little difficult.
This pump is a well built bit of kit and the hose adaptor makes life easier when you need to use it. It is however a little bit too large for a medium compact frame; just be careful if you want to carry on the frame with two bottles as you may not fit them all on!
may not be the sleekest pump to mount to your road bike, but the trade off is worth it. no guessing the pressure, pumps fast. you are back on the road in no time.
The speed at which you pump the tire more than makes up for the size of the pump. its not the sleekest looking pump mounted on my road bike, but while those other guys are still pumping their tires with those pretty pumps, I'm back on the road. The gauge allows you ride with the correct pressure instead of guessing.
If you want a pump to have in a pocket, this is not the the easiest to bring. I always have a small back pack with me and its easy to bring with that. Good pump for flatties. Recomend it