Customer Reviews Of:
Blackburn Airstik AnyValve Mini Bike Pump
Closeouts. Good for road bikes, the Blackburn Airstik AnyValve mini bike pump offers a pump head that works on all inner tube valves, and a rubber T-handle for the best possible grip and pumping power. In fact, the Dual-stroke design allows you to inflate the tire on both inward and outward strokes to air up your tires quickly and easily, which gets you back on the road in short order.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by biker from PA on Tuesday, June 13, 2017good pump for road bikes. Takes a lot of wo to pump up a mountain bike.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by trailpup from Alaska on Thursday, May 4, 2017Not too big, not too small. The bracket attaches well to frame with water bottle holder. light weight. Connects to different valve types
Verified Buyer Reviewed by osamut from santa clara on Friday, April 21, 2017I haven't had to use this because of a real flat but I did try this out at home. It secures well to the presta valve and the handle makes it easier to use. The only downside that I can think of is it's weight. It's heavier that other mini pumps that I've owned.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gal in Arizona from Arizona on Tuesday, December 13, 2016This seems to work well, although I have not tried pumping a tire to high pressure yet. So far, I have only used it for a 26" x 2.0" mountain bike tire, for which it took ~200 strokes to get to ~30 psi, but this pump is not actually intended for pumping large-volume mountain bike tires. I may add a review after using it for a road tire. This comes with a cage mount and a plastic adapter for using the Schraeder seal for Presta valves - this adapter would require another tool to pop it off the mount though. A pumping effect could in fact be felt for both stroke movement directions - at this time, I think I prefer this over the telescoping pump types. The pump seal itself is usable for multiple valve types without any part removal or re-installation, but the Presta valve seal area is quite a bit more recessed that the Shraeder, and can be slightly tricky to get to seal when the Presta valve is moving around.