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Muc-Off Pressure Washer Goes Mobile, Let Snow Foam Jet Wash Your Bike Anywhere

Muc-Off Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, portable rechargeable clean your bicycles anywhere machine, snow fopam party
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Five years ago we were psyched with Muc-Off’s bike-specific pressure washer – yet with one important fixed limitation – but now that’s history with the new self-contained, battery-powered Muc-Off Mobile Pressure Washer. Ride anywhere. Clean you bike anywhere. No longer stuck looking for an electrical outlet to plug into. No longer limited to where you can connect a hose to a faucet.

The new Mobile Bike Pressure Washer is completely self-sufficient, with 40v rechargeable battery power and enough water in its reservoir to clean a few bikes!

Muc-Off Mobile Bike Pressure Washer cleans bikes anywhere

Muc-Off portable rechargeable Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, clean your bike anywhere
(Photos/Muc-Off)

Muc-off calls their new Mobile Bike Pressure Washer its “latest world’s first innovation”. But really, it sounds like a bit of a stretch to call a portable pressure washer something entirely new, right? I’ve already got one sitting in my mud room, right now.

Muc-Off portable rechargeable Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, contents

But what Muc-Off has done is actually pretty new. They’ve created a compact and portable high-powered pressure washer tailored specifically for the needs of cyclists. That means it is powerful, but won’t blow the seals off your bearings. And it includes the specialty Snow Foam Lance, which is simply a soap sprayer attachment that screws on a 1L bottle of their popular pink Nanotech cleaner to quickly coat your bike in fast-acting, mud-eating soap bubbles.

Why does a bike washer need to be mobile?

Muc-Off Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, portable rechargeable clean your bicycles anywhere machine, blast it clean before the drive home

Where do I most often clean my bike? At home. Do I have power and water at home? Yes. But as a cyclist, I also lived for two decades in an apartment that did not have easy outside power and water access.

And even now, I feel like I most often clean my bike in the coldest, wettest months. And that’s when I either have the outside faucet shut down so it doesn’t freeze in the winter. Or I would much prefer to clean my bike outside with warm water. And I do not have hot water on tap on the outside of my house.

Plus, sometimes I travel to ride muddy trails far from home.

Muc-Off Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, portable rechargeable clean your bicycles anywhere machine, for gravel and cyclocross too

And it’s super nice to blast most mud off bikes before packing back into the car/van for the drive home. I also know many people who live & ride in sensitive forest ecosystems. Where they clean bikes at the end of every ride away from home, lest they bring back something on their tires that could damage their local natural environment.

Keep your mud at the trail.

Tech details

Muc-Off portable rechargeable Mobile Bike Pressure Washer

The Muc-Off mobile pressure washer is powered by a cordless drill style 40v x 2.5Ah (90Wh) lithium-ion rechargeable battery. Which Muc-Off says will run for a full 24 minutes of continuous cleaning time in Eco mode (15 mins in Boost mode). And it recharges in 3-4 hours.

Muc-Off portable rechargeable Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, powered by 40V cordless drill batteries

The pressure washer itself is driven by a 500W brushless motor, which puts out a max 942.5psi water pressure in Boost mode. That’s 2x as powerful as other portable pressure washers, according to Muc-Off. So it should get all the gunk off your bike. All that in a IPX5-rated case that won’t mind if you spray more than your bike.

Muc-Off portable rechargeable Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, high-pressure jet wash for bikes

Output Pressure:

  • Standard Mode: 45 Bar (652psi)
  • Eco Mode: 35 Bar (507psi)
  • Max Pressure: 65 Bar (942psi)

Output Water Flow:

  • Boost Mode: 3.3 L/min
  • Eco Mode: 2.5 L/min
  • Max Flow: 4.0 L/min
Muc-Off portable rechargeable Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, lot of spray nozzles

The Mobile Bike Pressure Washer has a built-in 20L water tank, with an integrated water filter. It comes with the same interchangeable 3 sprayer attachments as the original. Including the Snow Foam head to cover your bike with suds and blast it clean.

Muc-Off Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, portable rechargeable clean your bicycles anywhere machine, on the go

The whole setup is portable on 2 big off-road & 2 small built-in wheels and a fold-down handle, plus a claimed weight of just 7.66kg. So it should be easy to move around. But don’t forget it gets another 20kg heavier when you fill it up with water.

Muc-Off portable rechargeable Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, optional extra 20L water tank

Plus, they sell an optional extra 20L tank that you can use to easily refill the mobile pressure washer, and double the amount of bikes you can clean at once. You can also buy extra batteries separately if you plan on washing a ton of bikes at once, far from home.

Muc-Off portable rechargeable Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, optional dry bag

Muc-Off also makes a big optional 65L drybag that you can drop the Mobile Bike Pressure Washer and all its accessories inside to keep things organized on the go.

Muc-Off Mobile Bike Pressure Washer – Pricing, options & availability

The new Muc-Off Mobile Bike Pressure Washer officially launches this week with 5 bundle options. They start at £250 / 275€ for just the portable pressure washer, its attachments, 1 battery & 1L of cleaner. Then, you can add in the extra water tank or dry bag in the next options. Or get all the options for £350 / 400€. There’s even an Ultimate Bundle at £425 / €450 that adds in a 2nd battery and a 1L refill bottle of concentrated cleaner.

The optional bits are also available piecemeal. The optional additional products include a £40 / €50 for the extra 20L water tank; £125 / 150€ for the dry bag; £60 / 70€ for the backup battery; or £10 / 15€ for an extra charger.

Muc-Off Mobile Bike Pressure Washer, portable rechargeable clean your bicycles in your backyard

All bundles and add-ons are available around the world now, exclusively direct from Muc-Off’s web store. But it’ll still be a little while until Muc-Off has availability in the USA for their new Mobile Bike Pressure Washer. Just like it was with their plug-in pressure washer.

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Rim Brake enjoyer
Rim Brake enjoyer
1 month ago

I’d just buy a Ryobi cordless pressure washer and a bucket. You can get chinesium Ryobi 18v batteries for cheap as well.

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago

I love the idea of this…it would be perfect for me for CX and fatbike seasons (during both of which my outside taps are shut off for winter)….BUT the cost is prohibitive IMHO.

B@se
B@se
1 month ago

Looks a lot like the Aqua2go EVO, same water pressure and same type of accessoires.

I own an Aqua2go pro for years now and must say that these washers work great for offgrid washing, water pumping, showering on the go etc.

I also use a pressure sprayer which normaly would be used to spray crops. These have a 5L tank and a handpressure pump. When the nozzle is fully closed you would get a pressure of 3Bar and that is usually more than sufficient for on trail cleaning. With 5 L I could hose down 2 bikes in medium mud conditions in the Netherlands. Way cheaper and doesn’t need power. and its more compact.

Nessy
Nessy
1 month ago

Great solution, we just wash down all the dirt, oil and cleaning agents and look forward to a clean bike. The residues that are flushed into the ground have no influence on our drinking water, right?

Rim Brake enjoyer
Rim Brake enjoyer
1 month ago
Reply to  Nessy

The environmental impact is minuscule. Don’t you have a road with a bunch of working class people trying to get to work, to block?

B@se
B@se
1 month ago

btw, we have those now on some of the bigger routes in the Netherlands

https://www.bike-cleaner.nl/en

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