A few months ago, I received an email from a woman who wanted to find a pump house for her bike.
I was shocked by the amount of information available online.
There were over 2,500 different pumps, some of which were advertised as being very similar.
The website’s advice included a list of factors that should be considered before choosing a pump: “What do you want the pump to do?
What type of pump do you need?
Where will it work?”
As a woman of colour, I was not interested in the average pump that is advertised as “good for the city”.
What I wanted was a pump that was “good” for my community.
It didn’t help that the site had a section that had photos of all the different types of pumps and their various costs.
As it turns out, there are many different types and sizes of pumps available, but there are also pumps that are cheap, easy to use, and are generally the same as the cheapest pump.
Here are some of the most popular types of pump in Australia.
In addition to these pump types, you can also find pump houses in different locations.
For example, there’s a pump in Sydney that I’ve been using for the past month and a half.
And here’s a photo of a different type of bike pump in the Adelaide CBD.
Each of these types of bike pumps are generally well-reviewed, reliable, and well-suited to different types or needs.
What are the advantages of buying a bike pump?
While the bike pump is a popular option for people who are looking to get a pump for a specific type of project, there is one key advantage to buying a pump over buying a standard bike pump.
It allows you to use a bicycle pump as a hub for your bike.
For the pump I’ve purchased, it was a single-speed hub which is designed for a bicycle.
You can also get a bike hub for a bike that doesn’t have a front hub, such as a single bike hub or a tandem hub.
However, a bicycle hub is much more durable and can last longer than a single speed hub.
If you have any questions about bike pumps, you should also check out my bike pump review: How to choose the right bike pump for your needs.