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Topeak Roadie TT mini-pump review: Quality at a reasonable price

Every time I leave the house on my bike, I carry a small collection of tools and flat repair supplies. There’s nothing at all unusual about that but, and again this isn’t special, over the years I’ve looked to optimise. How can I minimise what I carry while maximising my ability to support myself while riding? It’s a challenge of constant reassessment and I realised at the end of last year that it was time to revisit my choice of the best bike pump to carry with me.  

Tech Specs: Topeak Roadie TT

Price: £40 / $44.95

Weight: 103g

Size: 19.5 x 3.3 x 2.35 cm / 7.7 x 1.3 x 0.9in

Colour Options: Black, silver

Volume per stroke: 41.4 cc 

In an era of amazing technology, there has to be something out there that makes the experience of road- or trail-side inflation easy. What I ended up settling on was the Topeak Roadie TT mini pump that had actually been in my closet for a while. It’s not perfect but after taking it with me to multiple states and on an uncountable number of rides, I’m ready to talk about all the good and the bad. If you are also looking to optimise your flat repair for the summer season, keep reading to see if the Topeak Roadie TT mini pump is the right choice for you. 

Topeak Roadie TT connected to a tube

It’s direct connection only and there’s no hose with the Roadie TT but there’s also no need to use much muscle so it works (Image credit: Josh Ross)

Design and aesthetics 

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