JGadd
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A lightweight road frame pump which morphs into a mini floor pump. Extra long high pressure barrel and integral gauge.
 
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"This pump does exactly as promised, and easily gets my tyres up to full pressure (100-110psi). The gauge seems accurate and everything feels solid. However, the footrest does seem to flex a little. This doesn't seem to be a problem now, and as long as you aren't too exuberant then it shouldn't become one. I would definitely recommend. The mounting system is perfectly fine, but is not the most attractive. Otherwise, I can't find fault with this pump."
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Comfortable, High Quality
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A lightweight road frame pump which morphs into a mini floor pump. Extra long high pressure barrel and integral gauge.
 

Is this suitable for french valves common to most road bikes?

I have been told portable pumps tend to bend the valves on road bikes. Is there any truth to this?
This pump comes with a little extendable hose, so you're very unlikely to bend the valve. It can be used with both Presta (the French style) and Schrader (the car style) valves by turning the little rubber piece inside the nozzle (one minute job, with no tools needed).
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