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Ride safer and pack smarter with Topeak bike accessories

Topeak. Crank It Up A Notch.

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Topeak's designs are functional, creative, and original, always made from the best materials to maximise performance. With a full line of products for each department, Topeak has something for every rider to make every ride as enjoyable as possible...

To riders, that means bike travel on town and country roads; expeditions along gravel paths and forest trails; pounding pavement to the finish line; or just riding around the neighbourhood without worrying about anything.

Topeak handles the everyday needs of commuting, touring, and recreational cyclists. Their products allow you to get the most out of your ride.

Get the job done with Topeak. 

Save time and effort with the Topeak Cartridge Bottom Bracket Tool. It's a shop-grade tool for removal and installation of Shimano® and ISIS Drive® bottom bracket cups. This versatile tool can be used with either a 24 mm wrench or a 1/2" socket - so its interface is flexible enough to fit your toolbox. This tool is strong enough for high torque applications yet gentle enough on delicate parts to give you confidence during installation.

Bikers are a rugged bunch, and they need tools that hold up during tough rides. Topeak's Chain Whip/Sprocket Remover is designed to help you tackle your toughest jobs. Its hardened steel design ensures that your lock ring won't slip out of place while you're cycling, so you can complete most repairs or adjustments on the road. The padded handle offers added comfort and makes it easier to use than other handles.

The Topeak External Bottom Bracket Tool is the fastest, easiest way to remove or install your Shimano® BB 9000 bottom bracket. The tool engages both the external and internal splines of the crank arm adjustment cap. Use it to engage the 16 notches of the external bearing cups for quick, easy removal or installation.

The Freewheel Remover tool is the first and only one-piece design freewheel removal tool on the market. This enables you to remove your Shimano® cassette lock rings in seconds, with no tools needed. Constructed of hardened steel with a knurled face for gripping power, this piece fits Shimano®, SRAM®, and other cassette lock rings.

The Hexus® X is an amazing choice for road and mountain bike riders. With 21 functions, including the T25TM Torx® bit, the redesigned tool is strong enough to be used as a spoke wrench or tire lever when you need it most. The side-mounted tire levers give your thumbs a place to rest while you’re working on your bike, and store securely under the handle when not in use.

Topeak has the tool for every job. 

The Topeak Mini 20 Pro Tool is the perfect addition to your ride. It features Torx T10 and T25 wrenches to handle any hydraulic disc work, as well as varying sized hex drive heads and a screwdriver bit. The tool easily tightens itself with a twist of the thumb so you're never without a wrench again.

The Mini Master Blaster is the perfect mini bike pump. This versatile pump can handle both high pressure tires and low pressure shots. It comes with an in-line gauge to track how much air you're putting in your tires, so there's no guesswork involved. While it's not a "heavy duty" pump, it does have a powerful output that can get any job done on the go! This versatile pump can be used on race bikes, mountain bikes, or road bikes, but excels with rear wheel tire inflation in time trial racing.

For quick and easy adjustment to the threaded spoke nipples of your bike, this low profile multi-spoke wrench is the answer. It fits both 13G (3.5mm) / 14G (3.4mm) / 15G (3.2mm) and Shimano® (4.3mm) spoke nipples and allows you to set spoke tension with ease while keeping your wheels trued. Optimised spoke angle to reduce fatigue on your hands. Simply slide over the spoke nipple and spin for quick adjustment.

Topeak’s new Pedal Wrench is designed for ease-of-use and comfortable leverage, with a long padded handle for better leverage and comfort. Its offset angle keeps knuckles away from crank arms and chainrings, while its 15mm open end wrench tool fits almost all pedals on the market.

The Power Lever set is your on-the-go toolkit, with both a plier and lever to remove or install your chain's master link. It also has an integrated chain hook to make it easy to hold the chain steady while removing or installing the master link. Separate it into two pieces for use as two tire levers. A brilliant design that makes a perfect addition to any tool box.

Powerlink Pliers are designed to make removing commonly used bicycle quick-release links as easy as possible. Spring-loaded handles apply pressure to the master link, while a wire latch holds the handles together when not in use. The Topeak Powerlink Pliers are constructed of durable stainless steel and feature a rubberised grip handle for added comfort when working with it.

The Topeak Universal Crank Puller makes it easy to remove and install cranks on square-tapered, ISIS® and Octalink® bottom brackets with a single tool. Just choose the right size tip for your bike and insert it into the crank arm. Then turn until the puller aligns with the fixed washer at the end of the arm and use an adjustable wrench to loosen or tighten that assembly.

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Topeak's innovative bike tools are designed to make cyclists' lives easier in the home and on the road. From quick tire changes to repairs and adjustments, their products have been tested in professional racing events all over the world.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Topeak a good brand?

Topeak is one of the well-known brands that has recently entered the bikepacking market. They're well-known for their high-quality accessories and tools.

Where does Topeak manufacture?

Topeak delegated all production to a network of over 70 subcontractors. Around 70% of them are in Taiwan, with the remainder in China.

How firm should bike tires be?

Proper tire pressure allows your bike to roll quickly, smoothly, and without flats. Narrower tires require more air pressure than wider tires: Road tires require 80 to 130 psi (pounds per square inch), mountain bike tires require 25 to 35 psi, and hybrid tires require 40 to 70 psi.

Why is my pump deflating my tires?

It appears that your pump is not properly seated on the valve, and instead of inflating the tire, you are simply pressurizing the inside of your pump.

How often should you pump your bike tires?

Pump up high pressure road bike tires at least once a week, hybrid tires every two weeks, and mountain bike tires every two to three weeks.

Do bike pumps wear out?

Simply put, most bike pumps are incapable of properly inflating your bike tire due to air leakage. However, improper placement of the pump head, a leaky hose, or a worn-out pump could all be causes. It could also be a faulty seal, in which case you will need to replace it.