Planet Bike Peace s Pump

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MSRP : $19.95

Product Description

Planet Bike Road and Mini Peace Pumps are lightweight insurance against having to walk several miles back to your home or vehicle. Both Presta-valve pumps feature bracket mounts and a locking T-handle for comfortable, quick inflation. *The Road is 14.75 inches long; the Mini is 8.5 inches long.

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