The Stompump claims to be the fastest, easiest way to fill high volume tires anywhere you might need to. Launched earlier this year, the miniature foot pump is through production starts shipping in November with a few unique features. The most obvious differentiator is the design, putting a small foot floor pump in a package that can fit on your bike using the included water bottle cage bolt mount. The stuff you don’t see includes an integrated air filter to keep that trailside dust from infiltrating and gumming it up, and the fact that it’s made in Marin County, CA.

stompump is a mini bicycle tire foot pump that fits on your frame to fill tires faster than mini hand pumps

The Stompump weighs 195g, so just a bit more than a standard mini pump, but still fits on the bike. You could throw it in a hydration pack, too, if you’re already carrying a big pack. They say it fills tires up to 3x faster than traditional mini pumps, and since you’re pumping with your legs, probably much easier, too.

Stompump is the fastest mini portable bicycle tire pump

It’s designed for high volume tires and has a max pressure of 60psi. So, think mountain bikes, cyclocross and gravel bikes.

Retail is $99.95, up for pre-order now. Custom colors are available, and they have various hose colors to choose from, too.

Stompump.com

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Lyford
Lyford
3 years ago

The pump looks solid, but the video was a bit much — like a bad infomercial, in which the user is hopelessly incompetent with the standard tools.

Crash Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot
3 years ago
Reply to  Lyford

I know he needed to be in black and white whilst fumbling with said tools to get the full effect

Dylan Sutton
Dylan Sutton
3 years ago
Reply to  Lyford

And the tires they were trying to inflate weren’t flat to start with…

DJ
DJ
3 years ago

Will it seat tubeless tires by itself without a tank? How are robots relevant to the pumps development?

mud+rock
mud+rock
3 years ago
Reply to  DJ

No way. They say 3x faster than a mini pump, which is not even as fast as a regular floor pump.

JasonDoubleU
JasonDoubleU
3 years ago
Reply to  DJ

Watch the video again and you’ll find out that the creators are also into robot wars where you’ve gotta build tough and high performance, plus they use pneumatics in the robots. So reading between the lines “we are qualified because we build other high tech stuff too.”

VazzedUp
VazzedUp
3 years ago

Don’t put that in your hydration pack, unless you want a broken spine next crash! Not something you want to land on.

Shafty
Shafty
3 years ago
Reply to  VazzedUp

Your spine or the pump? I don’t get it. Are you saying you shouldn’t carry things in a backpack on the off chance you might fall on your back? Some people should stay indoors.

This pump is a cool idea, but it’s the wrong form factor for on bike storage. There’s a reason pumps are slender cylinders–they more easily mount along the frame. It would be a cool thing to take on a road trip in a smaller vehicle, or to keep in a tool box/bag.

Collin
3 years ago
Reply to  Shafty

I would agree with @Vazzedup https://www.bicycling.com/training/a20016773/pack-wisely-to-save-your-spine/

This guy broke his spine due to a shock pump.

Steve
Steve
3 years ago

They need one that will go higher than 90psi.
First seen on KickStarter: “Apr 11, 2018 – Stomp Cycles has spent 2 years getting The Stompump ready for production. This includes engineering, designing, prototyping, testing, and …”

mojo au gogo
mojo au gogo
3 years ago

another unasked question answered by the never finished bike industry gnomes…

esc8engn
esc8engn
3 years ago

I think this idea has a lot of merit. CO2 is only good for people who are flat changing experts, and most mini pumps are terrible for two or three reasons at least.
The Stompy’s limit on pressure is only slightly off-putting. The price is more so. I think I can wait for a mass-produced one in another year. And I think their dream market is gravel/touring people who’s bikes may have an abundance of braze-ons and demand reliability.

Arno
Arno
3 years ago

Since they don‘t ship … this thing is a crappy marketing bubble. I supported them on Kickstarter but nothing happens. Shipping dates are outdated and no reply’s.

ascarlarkinyar
3 years ago

Another non shipping kickstarter company. Promiss the world never deliver. I am soo over kickstarter unless they get a guarantee money back if company doesn’t ship out within a certain time frame.