Dual Valve Bicycle Tire Pump with Air Storage Booster

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  • 160 PSI
  • With Gauge
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Hycline bike pump 150 PSI

Hycline Bicycle Tire Pump 160 PSI High-Pressure Bike Floor Pump with Presta and Schrader Valve 

Hycline's Bicycle Tire Pump is a reliable and efficient tool for inflating bike tires. With its dual valve design, it is compatible with both Presta and Schrader valves, giving you more flexibility when pumping.

The included accessory box contains three needle adapters, making it easy to inflate balls and balloons as well. The high-pressure capacity of this pump can reach up to 160 PSI, and its high precision gauge allows for accurate inflation. The buffer bucket and air storage booster make the pumping process effortless, saving you time and energy.

Made of durable materials, this pump is built to last. It is suitable for a variety of bike types, including BMX, mountain, road, and commuter bikes, as well as electric vehicles, motorcycles, and inflatable toys


  • Dual valve design for Presta and Schrader valves
  • Upgrade accessory box with three needle adapters
  • High-pressure capacity of 160 PSI (11 bar) with precise gauge
  • Air storage booster for easier inflation
  • Wide range of applications for various types of bikes and inflatable toys
  • Made of seamless steel and sturdy plastic with high-toughness rubber hose
  • Easy to store and carry with integrated toolbox and hose design

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Kris Kiracofe
It does the job

The hose isn't very long and the throw on the pump isn't very much. If I was doing much more than just topping off pressures or had to do a road bike tire to 120 I would hate this thing. But for a mountain bike it gets the job done.

It gets the job done.

The pump has poor stability when pumping air. However, it perform the task I bought it for.

It gets the job done.

The pump has poor stability when pumping air. However, it perform the task I bought it for.


I love we this pump…..just did 3-bikes in 5-mins

Rusty Paint
Better than some reviews mention....

This pump works just fine for my mountain bike. It pumps up to 65psi fast and the gauge works like it should. Only thing I can think of to complain about is I wish it had more metal parts but it works as is so I can't really complain lol

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What should I consider when choosing bicycle tires?

When selecting bicycle tires, consider the size, tread, width, durability, pressure, weight, and riding style. Choose a tire that fits your bike's wheels, is appropriate for the terrain you'll be riding on, is durable and puncture-resistant, can handle the recommended tire pressure, and matches your riding style.

What size bike tire do I need for my bike?

To determine the size of tire you need for your bike, you can look at the sidewall of your current wheel, which will have the tire size printed on it. The size will typically be expressed as a combination of numbers and letters, such as "700x23c" or "26x2.0". The first number refers to the diameter of the tire, which is measured in millimeters for metric sizes (e.g. 700) or inches for imperial sizes (e.g. 26). The second number refers to the width of the tire, also measured in millimeters or inches. The letter at the end indicates the type of tire (e.g. "c" for clincher)
If you're unsure about what size tires to get or have any doubts about compatibility, you can consult your bike's owner's manual or contact the manufacturer for advice.

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