Like many other mountain bikers who have converted to tubeless tires in the past few years, Chris Armstrong’s floor pump has seen a decline in use. But when his trusty garage pump finally broke, he picked up our Annihilateair G200LE to replace it.
Read more about his experience with the pump at whistlermountainbike.com.
“With the ease of use, I found myself going through all the bikes in the garage and topping them off. And with a mixture of setups and valve types it was easy to move between each of them.”
At 630mm long, the pump’s aluminum barrel is longer than those of most of its competitors. As a result it can produce similar volume per stroke with less internal friction. That means you won’t break a sweat when getting your road tires up to high pressures, or your tubeless tires to seat.
Armstrong says he was initially struck by the pump’s features: a stable base, dual valve which easily accepts both presta and Schrader tubes, large 200psi gauge, and long hose equipped with a bleed valve.
Chris’ bottom line? The Annhilateair is “a great pump that is easy to use, quite quick to fill up tires and customizable with different bars and grips if you want.”
Read the full review at whistlermountainbike.com and learn more about Axiom’s floor pumps here.
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