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Blackburn Mountain Anyvalve Mini Pump

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Item # BLB002V

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Description

Salubrious.

Trail riding is easy: just take a bike, add a rider, and air up the tires. If you're missing any of these elements, a ride turns into a hike (or a bike just lying on the side of a trail, in the case of a missing rider), so protect against a sudden loss of tire pressure with the Blackburn Mountain AnyValve Mini Pump. The Mountain AnyValve is small enough to mount on a frame with the included hardware but substantial enough to re-inflate the spirits of depressed tires. Since it's equipped with Blackburn's Presta/Schrader/Dunlop AnyValve pump head, the pump's salubrious powers are also already compatible with your valves.

  • A mini pump to right the ship of state in the event of a flat
  • Includes cage mount hardware to hang on your frame
  • Pump head compatible with virtually any valve type

Tech Specs

Valve Type:
Presta, Schrader, Dunlop
Max Pressure:
90 PSI
Recommended Use:
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

Weight

Weight

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162 g

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The best mini pump

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've owned a Blackburn mini pumps for a LONG time now...bought this one (my 3rd) to outfit my gravel bike. These don't wear out, are easy to maintain (if needed), can be mounted under a bottle cage or in place of one or carried in a pack....and they flat out work.

The only 'con' I can think of with this particular pump is that it doesn't have a tee handle.

If you're going to ride a bike (either on/off road), you have to be prepared with a pump/tube/flat repair kit at the minimum (regardless of a tubeless set up or not).

does the job

    it's not easy, but you can pump up a mtn bike tire with this thing. It also fits in the bladder section of my camelbak