Brompton Zefal Pump – Don’t Lose It!

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Use, don’t lose your Brompton Zefal Pump that attaches onto your Brompton frame.

Too many Brompton users out there seem to lose their pump. We have done 1000’s of kilometers (or miles) on our Brompton’s and never lost one (yet!)

That’s why we made this video to show you how to remove your Brompton Pump. Use your Brompton Pump. Re-install your Brompton Pump. And what models your Brompton pump is compatible with, including the Brompton B75.

This high pressure pump with thumb-lock connection is specially made for Brompton by Zefal. It is fitted as standard to all Brompton steel bikes – housed in the rear frame.

This Video about the Brompton Zefal Pump shows:

  • How to remove the Brompton Pump.
  • How to use the Brompton pump.
  • How to re-install the Brompton pump.
  • Compatible with different models of Brompton including the B75.

Brompton pump (by Zefal)

This high pressure pump with thumb-lock connection is specially made for Brompton by Zefal. It is fitted as standard to all Brompton steel bikes – housed in the rear frame.

Here is a useful video showing how to use the Brompton pump.

Please note: This will not fit older frames, only ones with the wire cage for holding the head of the pump

Another note: Titanium frames have no cage for holding the Brompton pump

This Brompton pump had a slight re-design with the 2013 (current) model – basically it falls off less easily than the previous model.

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We are creating a better place ... where we help you get to work or to the shops or just get out for a ride in a fun, healthy and environmentally responsible way - and with the right equipment so that you are pretty sure it's not going to be a one way trip. We started vittually in 2009, selling bicycle tools, spare parts and accessories using the Internet. In 2013 we opened our first shop in Chobham, Surrey, England so we now provide full mechanical service on all types of bikes (service, repair, upgrades and custom builds) as well as sales of new bikes from Brompton, Frog (children's bikes), Orbea (mountain, road and hybrid / comfort) and Pashley (British built classic bicycles). To us, cycling doesn't mean you have to race at elite level (though is there any reason not to?) - why not just take your bike next time you go to the Post Office or local shops? But maybe you need to do something, to make your bike better for that ride - repairing something or adding lights to keep you safer - for example? We hope you will find what you need here to help you keep cycling or re-kindle the love affair with your bike.

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