Interbike 2010: Stealth Handlebar Mini Pump from SKS, plus Fenders, More

It’s no flamethrower, but SKS’ Stowaway Handlebar mini-pump is probably far more useful.

The 51g tire pump (which could unofficially double as a shock pump in a pinch) has a flexible hose to let it slid into your riser bar and keep it from ripping off the Presta valve stem.  For those that know they should take a pump with them but hate wearing packs, here’s your solution.

SKS also had some other cool accessories on display, yours for the viewing after the break…

For the fashion conscious, there’s the Diago, a more elegant mini pump that looks like it could have been designed by Apple (and like something that might be hiding in some folks’ sock drawers).

Their new Longboard fenders claim to have the most coverage of any bicycle fender anywhere. They’re available in beige and brushed silver in three different sizes to fit whatever style frame or coverage level you need. They’ll saddle up next to SKS’ recently announced matte black Alley Cat fenders in the lineup.

For mountain bikers, there’s the new Dashblade and Dashboard. They’re less expensive and less adjustable versions of their higher end Grand MOM and Grand DAD fenders. There’s also the new bottle holder that’ll mount to your seatpost, perfect for triathletes or really small full suspension designs that don’t have clearance for a bottle inside the front triangle.


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