Any-how, it is a good idea to know-how to repair a flat prior to participating in any serious bike travel whether that be bicycle touring or commuting. One of the primary assets in one's preparedness kit is a pack along pump. Today while cleaning the shop and sorting through some old tool boxes I found these two old mini pumps. The Topeak Pocket Rocket and Crank Brothers Road Pro. Still working fine after dusting them off and testing their functionality. I like keeping a mini pump in my pack or bag in case I forget to put the frame pump on my grocery getter bike after having the pump on my mountain bike. Both of the mini pumps here are excellent quality, very small and lightweight perfect for an emergency or as a back up pump.
Hoping to get one for my disc brake equipped commuter bike as just last night I had to fiddle with a slightly out of true rotor to eliminate friction for my ride. Sure an adjustable wrench can do the job just fine but I thought how convenient it would have been to have that little tool tucked under my saddle for just such an issue. Not to mention all the other 27 quality tools packed into the smaller lighter weight model of the old Park MTB3 Rescue Tool. More information at the multi tool review earlier this month.
Cygolite Metro 360 USB rechargeable with a 25 hour run time in pulsing or strobing mode is also exceptionally bright when used in the brightest solid light mode. The strobing steady function is unique to this light and is very convenient for being able to see the road or pathway while signaling drivers at the same time. Cygolite Hotshot Taillight also USB rechargeable and 200 hour run time is of exceptional quality and very well reviewed.
What the Muni lacks the quality and features of the Metro it is very reasonable considering it's about half the price the Metro was ten years ago. There have been some mixed reviews regarding sizing but reading over the information can help in size selection.
Happy Holidays from our bike family to yours.