Air Profil Micro Bike Pump - Zéfal


We've found it: the perfect pocket pump for your bike! Ultra-light and tiny (16.5cm long, 88g), you can take it anywhere. What's more, it's compatible with all valves. It also comes with a frame mount so you can attach it directly to your bike. Another advantage of this pump? Its elegant aluminium design, which promises high resistance to corrosion.

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With its mini size and sleek design, Zéfal's bike pump is perfect for all cyclists! Its grooved handle makes it easy to grip and its weight makes it unbeatable for transport!

In detail

  • 100% aluminium design for high corrosion resistance and durability over time

  • Weight: 88g

  • Size: 16.5cm x 2.4cm

  • Pressure: up to 7 bar / 100 psi

  • Compatible with all valves and all bikes

  • Comes with a frame mount so you can carry it with you at all times

  • Grooved handle for a perfect grip

Video presentation of the pump

How do I inflate my bike tyres with the Zéfal Mini Air pump?

Whatever your bike valve, here are the steps to follow:

  • unscrew the valve cap (sometimes it gets lost, it's not a big deal)

  • for presta valves, unscrew the valve lock (small moving part at the top of the valve) after removing the cap

  • push the valve as deep as possible into the pump head. Lock it with the latch and... inflate!

When should I inflate my bike?

Well-inflated tyres are synonymous with safe cycling. We recommend that you check your tyre pressure once a month. By riding with a properly inflated tyre, you reduce the energy needed to move your bike forward, as well as the risk of punctures and tyre wear. The recommended pressure in bars is normally indicated on the sidewall of the tyre.

What is a valve?

The valve is the end of the inner tube that protrudes (towards the inside of the wheel) and to which the pump hose is connected. There are three types of valve: Presta, Schrader and Dunlop.
To identify your valve :

  • SchraderThis is also the valve used in cars; it's a little wider than the others, and when you remove the cap, there's a needle in the middle that you press to let the air out if you need to deflate the tyres.

? Valve most commonly found on recent city bikes, VAEs and trekking bikes.

  • Presta is a thinner valve on which you have to unscrew a small safety catch to be able to inflate, after removing the cap. If this safety catch is pressed after inflation, the air escapes. Remember to screw it back on tightly before putting the cap back on.

? Valve most often featured on vintage bikes and road bikes both old and new.

  • Dunlop is an uncommon valve. It's thin like a Presta, but there's nothing to unscrew before inflating except the cap.

History of the brand

Created in 1880, at the same time as the Presta valve that you may have on your bike to keep your tyres inflated, Zéfal has been at the origin of numerous bicycle innovations for 140 years. Today, the brand has become a veritable French cultural and industrial heritage, perpetuating the same philosophy of excellence for several generations. Developed by cycling enthusiasts, Zéfal products are designed, tested and, for the most part, manufactured in their factory in Jargeau, near Orléans. A French company, which produces in France, at the service of innovation for the good of cyclists and their bikes: we tick all the boxes!

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  • Solidity - Yes

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