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Rated 4 out of 5 by from A road pump that really works I average around 200 miles a week of riding, so flats happen no matter how good your tires or how careful you are. I was frustrated with smaller pumps because they wouldn't come up to full pressure, no matter what they claimed, and as a result I often suffered pinch flats later in the same ride. I tried to solve that with CO2 canisters, but was tired of throwing the empties out. The Topeak Morph has solved my problem. Be aware that the pump is a bit larger than the average, I was able to mount mine under the down tube since the frame on my bike is drilled for electronic shifters, and I won't go electronic for a while...
Date published: 2013-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best road pump I've ever used! I bought this pump the day after I had two flats. It is easily the best take-along pump ever made. It quickly and easily pumps a road tire up to 110 psi and possibly higher. I'm nearsighted, so reading the gauge is no problem. Carry a small gauge if you need to. I have lent this pump many times to other riders who get frustrated with their mini-pumps, or have blown through all their CO2 cartridges. Mine is mounted on the underside of the cross tube of my road bike, the only place I could fit it with two bottle cages in place. I have to use a squat bottle in the rear cage (REI Item # 743053). I carry it in my backpack on long or hard mountain bike rides. Recommendation: don't ride without it!
Date published: 2010-11-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Decent, but not really practical The best thing this pump has going for it is the built-in pressure gauge, which means you don't have to carry one extra piece of equipment. Otherwise, I have found this pump difficult to use and not very practical. The stroke force required seems a bit high compared to others, this causes the handle to fold back down while you're pumping. The floor lever doesn't really hold the pump steady and using such a short pump braced against the ground forces you to bend over awkwardly. I am much happier with the ease and simplicity of my old Topeak Mini Master Blaster (similar to the Peakini).
Date published: 2007-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best pump by a country mile Love, love, love the Road Morph. Have one for every bike now (at least four?), much easier than having to be swapping pumps around. Have a couple of the old model, a couple of the new, both work very well. I've had no problems with the gauge sticking, and have found it to be reasonably accurate (within 5psi) and consistent. The flex hose to the pump head is great. In combination with the foot peg this makes it a mini floor pump, so you can press against the ground instead of trying to hold it. Also makes it VERY unlikely to ever break a valve stem. About the one slight annoyance would be the T-handle. I prefer the old style, but both of them sometimes just don't set right. Would be nice if it slid over and locked into a T position.
Date published: 2009-08-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Bad, but Could Be Better Nice, lightweight frame pump that functions like a floor pump. Not as robust as the competing product made of metal, but lighter. Pumps up to full pressure in no time, though once you get into the high numbers, a lot of effort is needed. The pressure gauge is helpful, but it reads 10-15 psi higher than the true figure. The hose is an off-the-shelf part used by other brands and could be of higher quality; not only is the gauge inaccurate, but the head doesn't grip presta valves very well. Also, the foot peg would be a good feature, but it is prone to breakage. Replacement parts are available, but with a hefty shipping charge tacked on. Finally, why does the manufacturer offer bottle cage mounts for their other pumps, but not this one? Overall, a good product, but could stand some improvements.
Date published: 2014-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not too big, not too small, just right This pump works great for long rides and touring. The extendable flexible hose and fold-out foot pad make it a breeze to use. It is easily pumped up to 100 psi. If you pressure your tires to 120 or higher you will probably struggle to reach it and it may be impossible for higher than 120. The dial gauge is small and not easy to read but I've found it accurate and extremely useful. I keep it in my pack as I don't like leaving anything on my bike that can easily be stolen when it is locked up, so I can't attest to it's mounting. If I was forced to only own one pump, this would be the one.
Date published: 2010-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A good insurance plan I've been carrying (the same) one of these for six or seven years now. I don't use it at home for my general maintenance and repairs, but it's seen a LOT of use on the road over the years and it hasn't failed me yet. I've even stopped to help riders who thought they could get away with just carrying a CO2 cartridge & filler, but had difficulty using it, dumped all their gas, and didn't have a back-up plan. It's durable, easy to use, and will pump your tires to 100 psi if you want it badly enough. The gauge is a little difficult to read, but that's picking nits. If you want a reliable pump that will fill your tires when they've lost their air and don't care too much about the extra bulk and almost insignificant extra weight, this is the pump for you. I have recommended this pump to several cycling friends, and they have thanked me for the great advice.
Date published: 2014-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from pumped about this pump Riding cross-country and down the west coast, I spent a lot of time with a lot of other bikers. This pump was by far the best of all the other models people carried with them. It is by no means a replacement for the floor pump (though I went 2 years without one using the Road Morph), but it makes fixing a flat or just topping off your tubes in the morning so much easier. It has a tab to stand on so you don't have to stabilize against the wheel, it has a pressure gauge that is accurate to within about 10psi (good for high psi tires), it has a retracting tube so it lengthens while you're using it, and then handle flips perpendicular to ease the strain on your hand. I've sold two other friends on it so far who have both been using other types.
Date published: 2008-05-19
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Questions & Answers

Can I get replacement parts for this pump? Its a great pump, but somehow the plastic outer piece that the valve-stem slides inside of developed a split/crack, now it can't keep pressure. I tried glue, but it does not hold.

Asked by: Alpha Greg
REI does not stock replacement parts for the Topeak Road Morph Pump with Gauge . The manufacturer does have replacement parts for many of their pumps. Please contact Topeak directly to inquire about the replacement part you need or visit their web site.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-02

Hello again, So, yes, it appears Topeak does make a replacement pump head for this pump. What I want is their TRK-RP03. According to the Topeak website REI should be able to order this part for me. Is REI willing to do that?

Asked by: Alpha Greg does not provide special orders as a service. Occasionally our stores can make a special order. If you would like to find out about placing a special order for your Topeak Road Morph Pump with Gauge please contact your local store;
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-21

Does this item come with a bracket to mount on a frame?

Asked by: rdonnon
The pump includes a mounting bracket to attach to the frame or to the water bottle frame holder.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-11-23

I've found that the gauge on my pump doesn't seem to go above 90 psi though the tire is still inflating.  Has anyone else had this issue or have ideas for why it might be happening?  I've tried fiddling with/ hand-tightening the seal to the valve-no luck.

Asked by: silversylphe
We recommend calling Topeak with your question about the gauge on your Topeak Road Morph Pump. Their phone number is (800) 213-4561. REI has a one year warranty, here is more information:
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-09-07
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