Top Ranked Bike Frame Pumps

By | 25/09/2015

We researched best selling and top performing frame pumps and put them through our own testing and scrutiny to see which ones came out on top. We tested each one in five categories: pumping speed, ease of use, durability, portability, and looks/design. Below you’ll find the results to help you best find your new favorite bike frame pumps!
Be sure not to miss a complete list of our favorites Dream Bike Gear List and our Bike Pump Review which covers floor pumps.

Lezyne Pressure Drive - Bike Frame Pumps

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Lezyne Pressure Drive

The Lezyne Pressure Drive is a compact HP hand pump made of custom CNC machined aluminum for precise and lightweight construction. The HP pump design easily inflates tires to riding pressure with fewer strokes. The overlapping handle and barrel are integrated into a compact design. It comes equipped with Lezyne’s ABS Flex Hose, which has a threaded Presta connection with ABS on one side and a threaded Shrader connection on the other. This bike frame pumps,  best use for Road bike tires, travel. Very small and lightweight. Excellent seal on valves. Hose design minimizes pressure on valve. Because of small, streamlined design it is harder to pump at higher pressures.

 

Topeak Road Master Blaster

Topeak Road Master Blaster

Topeak Road Master Blaster

A modern take on the classic frame-fit pump. Long machine-cut aluminum barrel inflates road tires quickly, comes in 4 sizes to fit most road frames.

Best use for road bike tire inflation, travel. Durable. Frame fit mounting – simple and out of the way! Longer barrel with more air per pump. Heavy. Have to make sure you get the right size for your frame!

Head:Presta/Schrader/Dunlop with Integrated Dust Cap
Barrel:Butted Aluminum
Thumb Lock:Aluminum
Handle:Plastic
Capacity:160 psi/ 11 bar
Added Features:Kraton Head, Mounting Strap
Size:(L x W x H) Medium
Fits:49-54 cm
Frame Sizes:(19.3″-21.3″)
Weight:229 g / 8.06 oz
Art.no.:TRMB4954

Topeak Pocket Rocket

Topeak Pocket Rocket

Topeak Pocket Rocket

Light weight mini bike frame pumps with alloy barrel for roadies. Efficient design pumps upto 160 psi. Best uses for Road bike tire inflation, travel. This pump is great! Fits in your pack and takes up little space and its very light.  It does take a lot of pumps to air up MTB tires but hey, this is after all a mini pump. You want more air, strap a floor pump on your back instead. So far the pump has been reliable.

Features and Information

  • Integrated seal and dust cap
  • Padded pump head with internal handle lock
  • Aluminum thumblock
  • Machined aluminum barrel
Item Specifications
ColorSilver/Black
Weight115 g
PSI120 PSI
Length220 mm

Topeak Peakini II

Topeak Peakini II

Topeak Peakini II

Best uses for Mountain bike tire inflation. Cap over nozzle falls out a lot letting mud and dirt into nozzle. the Peakini II is the only one designed specifically for lower-volume tires, such as mountain bikes or beach cruisers. And it does its task beautifully. Lightweight, easy to use, and not bad looking, the Peakini will inflate tires up to 90 psi relatively quickly, making it an overall good investment. the Peakini II was not quite as durable as we would like a mountain bike pump to be, with the nozzle cap falling out a lot, allowing mud and grit from rides to collect in the nozzle. If you want to use this for particularly muddy, gritty rides, you might want to remove it from the bracket and stick it in your jersey or bag. If the terrain is dry, this shouldn’t be much of a problem.

About the Product:

  • Lightweight. Easy to use.
  • High volume pumping.
  • efficient single action design
  • inflates to 90 psi
  • T-handle for bettter grip
  • works with Presta and Schrader valves
  • Dust cap keeps pump head internals clean
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