Blackburn Mammoth 2Stage Compact Pump (Silver)

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Blackburn Mammoth 2Stage Compact Pump (Silver)
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Blackburn’s Mammoth 2stage Anyvalve Mini-pump proves that big things come in small packages. While the big diameter barrel was designed to pump more air per stroke into a high volume MTB tire, its 120 psi max pressure makes it road-worthy as well. Simply flip the switch between high pressure for road and high volume for mountain for easy inflating. With high-end alloy touches, this pump is built to last you a lifetime.

Length: -
Valve Compatibility: Presta, Schrader, & Dunlop
Max Pressure: 120 PSI
Pump Type: High Pressure/High Volume
Gauge: -
Mount: Bottle Cage Bolt Mount
Material: Plastic
Color: Silver
Weight: 168g

This product was added to our catalog on December 18, 2019

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jul 4 2023 (3 months ago)
Blackburn Mammoth 2Stage Compact Pump (Silver)
These are great pumps for filling tires fast and efficiently. Clamp pretty solidly onto Presta valves with minimal slip if not held by the filling head and quickly inflate road bike tires, or even mountain tires.

The one main disadvantage these have is their thickness, which prevents them from being mounted on the vertical frame tube of a road bike, where I prefer my pumps to sit, at least not without the crank arms smacking into them. But they'll mount to the downtube cage holes fine, or fit in a medium to large saddle bag.

One of these proved invaluable to have on a recent 45mi road bike ride on a hot, humid day, when my tubeless Maxxis tire picked up a roofing staple and deflated. I was able to pump up a tube in less than a minute, after sealant and plugs failed to allow the tire to reinflate again tubeless, even with a CO2 cartridge.

One other small disadvantage - the rubber ties that hold the pump to the mount come off exceedingly easy and are therefore lost much too quickly. Lost one of the two when I forgot to snug them down after I stuffed the pump into my saddle bag before the flat.