Bontrager Air Support Road

Bontrager Air Support Road
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Bontrager's Air Support Road is a life-saver when you flat on the road. It has an easy-to-use thumblock, auto-selecting head that fits Presta and Schrader valves, plus a fold-out T handle and a dual action to inflate high-pressure tires quickly. The Air Support is compact and light and it comes with a mount so you can carry it on your frame.

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3.0

(based on 2 reviews)

50%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to pump  (2)
  • Precise 

Cons

  • Pin for handle falls out 

Best Uses

  • City bikes  (2)
  • Road bikes  (2)

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3

Works OK

By 

from Hummelstown, PA

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Easy to Pump
  • Precise

Cons

  • Pin For Handle Falls Out

Best Uses

  • Road Bikes
  • City Bikes

Comments:

I stow the pump in a saddle bag instead of mounting on frame (pin on pump handle falls out). It's easy to use and does a good job pumping up tires.

3

Attachment strap is useless

By 

from Palm harbor

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Easy to Pump

Cons

    Best Uses

    • City Bikes
    • Road Bikes

    Comments:

    I dont expect too much but I do expect things to work. While the pump itself works to get the tires to a useable pressure in emergencies the attachment leaves little to be desired. It comes with a secure snapping holder thats screws in behind the bottle cage. That part is fine. The major design overlook though is the velcro strap. Its too long and therefore never actually attaches to itself before the bikes frame gets in the way. This is simply poor design. The diameter of the tube is known so the length of the strap shouldn't have been a problem. Its attention to details like this that really make me wonder if I am getting the best product. Especially when I have to rig it now with another for of securing strap.

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