Topeak Road Morph G Pump with gauge

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The Folding foot support easily converts frame pump into a floor pump. The SwivelGrip provides a comfortable hand position while inflating. The Inline pump gauge reads pressure; inflates to 120 psi effortlessly. Quickly converts between Presta and Schrader/Dunlop valves. Weight: 9.2 oz.


Weight: 7.1 oz/ 202g

Dimensions: 13.8 x 2.2 x 1.1 inches

Pressure: 160psi



Average rating: based on 15 reviews.

Dependable and Durable Pump


Reviewed By: Augusto Jose on 3/23/18

I love this pump! I've had mine for 7 years and it still works! I love that it can adapt from Presta to Schrader valves by switching the adapter. It's helped me and my cycling friends on the AIDS Life Cycle numerous times and I highly recommend it. The rubber seal does wear down after a while so that's why I had to buy a new one.

Morph Pump with Gauge


Reviewed By: Lorenz M. Worden on 7/29/17

Excellent product for its primary purpose of fixing flat tires on the road. I have used this pump in that capacity for several years and it has worked to perfection each time. It is somewhat difficult to get the desired (high) pressure.

Finally, a Good Portable Bike Pump


Reviewed By: Ferengii on 6/9/17

My requirements for an on-bike portable pump is a flexible hose, built in gauge, reasonable high pressure capability and foot/handle. After trying several other pumps, this is the only one I've found that meets all the requirements and works effectively. As a touring cyclist, this is the most common pump I've seen other cycle tiring bikes. I really like this pump and recommend it without hesitation.

Compact and Reliable


Reviewed By: Edward Wojtaszek on 4/13/17

I've used this pump regularly for several years for topping off and repairs at home and on the road. It's compact and well-designed. The inflation rate is excellent.

I hate this pump


Reviewed By: John on 8/19/16

I have had more than one of these pumps. I actually go through more pumps than inner tubes! So, when I actually go to use the thing it may not have been used for a year. And yes, I ride everyday since I don't drive. By the time I go to use it the rubber o-ring has usually disintegrated. Today, the main shaft snapped off at the cheap plastic connector while I was trying to replace the o-ring. If you get one of these, don't leave it on your bike exposed to the elements. Maybe none of them can do this - but they should.

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