MTB. Pumps.

How deflating - you’re standing at the edge of the road with a flat tyre and you’re desperate. What you need now is the right pump for your flat tyres. But which is the right pump for your bike? Depending on whether your riding a racing bike or a mountain bike, the inner tube needs different pressure. For a racing bike it’s around 5-10 bar, but for a mountain bike only 2-3.5 bar.  The XLC mini pumps are especially practical: you can take them with you everywhere and quickly and efficiently pump up a flat tyre on the spot. At home we recommend an XLC floor pump: with its large volume your tyre will be pumped up again in no time.

How deflating - you’re standing at the edge of the road with a flat tyre and you’re desperate. What you need now is the right pump for your flat tyres. But which is the right pump for your bike?... Read more »
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How deflating - you’re standing at the edge of the road with a flat tyre and you’re desperate. What you need now is the right pump for your flat tyres. But which is the right pump for your bike? Depending on whether your riding a racing bike or a mountain bike, the inner tube needs different pressure. For a racing bike it’s around 5-10 bar, but for a mountain bike only 2-3.5 bar.  The XLC mini pumps are especially practical: you can take them with you everywhere and quickly and efficiently pump up a flat tyre on the spot. At home we recommend an XLC floor pump: with its large volume your tyre will be pumped up again in no time.