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Joint second when it came to accuracy and, as it turned out, our second favourite overall. We chose the Pro from Topeak’s extensive range of Joe Blow pumps as it’s…

£69.99
Score 9

A huge gauge with a suitably massive marker bevel makes it easy to read but not very accurate. The small connector is stiff to fit and awkward to use —…

£69.99
Score 7

If you’re after a straightforward, no frills piece of kit then this could be the pump for you. The connector doesn’t have an air bleed but it’s very easy to…

£55.00
Score 8

Nicely turned out but pretty basic sums up the BBB in six words. A few more will tell you that while the cast base is solid (until the little rubber…

£79.95
Score 6

Another real looker, the Birzman’s polished aluminium design will appeal to the tool geek. The Snap-It connector is fast and easy once you get the hang of it, clicking on…

£69.99
Score 8

The first thing that struck us about the G200A was the lock-on mountain bike grips. The second was that this pump isn’t all style over substance. The solid steel base…

£65.00
Score 9

The most expensive pump on test and a good choice for the professional workshop. It seems SKS has this kind of regular use in mind as it’s completely rebuildable, right…

£89.99
Score 9

Quite a classy contender, with a durable powder-coated finish topped off with a very comfortable wooden handle. Ultra-stable in use and while clearly well engineered and built to last, it’s…

£59.99
Score 7

The only pump on test with a digital gauge that can switch between PSI and Bar, Lezyne’s Steel Digital Drive promises accuracy to within three per cent. Yet it’s even…

£64.99
Score 7

The least expensive pump on test, the HPA Floor Pump comes in well below our preferred price range for this test of £50-£90. However, as we’d only heard good things…

£36.99
Score 8

DZ Nuts Bald shaving cream £11.50

£11.50
Score 7

Essentially (but say it quietly), a bike is a bike. As such, they function in a similar way, and sometimes unfortunately go wrong in similar ways. When you suffer minor…

£25.00
Score 7

Looking at the cycling multi-tool market, you might consider £11 a steal. However, we approached this product with some scepticism wondering how it could be so much cheaper than the…

£11.00
Score 10

The Lezyne Stainless 12 multi-tool is an exceptionally well-made piece of kit. The construction feels almost industrial but is very well thought out and comfortable to use, and will be a…

£30.00
Score 7

We tested the Pro Minitool 11 multi-tool alongside a number of other multi-tools from rival brands. The Pro wins the competition for the tiniest tool on test, with this super-slimline offering. As…

£20.00
Score 8

Pedro’s doesn’t do novelty equipment. This tool is on the larger side, thanks in part to the pair of tyre levers attached either side. But including those will save you…

£25.00
Score 9