Since 1917, SILCA has been the global leader in high-performance pumps for cycling. The Pista Floor Pump embodies that heritage. A high-performance, durable, compact floor pump that easily reaches all tire pressure requirements while being small enough to live in the trunk of a car or hang/stand flat against the wall taking up minimal space.
European pro mechanics prefer because of its flat profile which makes it easy to store; and the pump that cyclists around the world purchase confident that it will be the last floor pump they ever need to buy.
Originally designed in the 1950's when the Bianchi-Pirelli team requested a pump that could fit under the rear seat of the Fiat team car, the Pista pump quickly became an icon of professional team cars and mechanic workstations at 6-Day track events around the world. The compact form of the pump, and ability to lay completely flat, allow the pump to take up minimal space in a trunk, duffel bag, or larger tool kit, making it a true icon of the sport amongst the cycling cognoscenti.
In 2017, we took all of the qualities of the original Pista and introduced a re-engineered, limited-edition version of the pump with the iconic Molteni orange barrel to celebrate 100 years in business. These modern orange pumps were initially meant to be a limited-release product to celebrate our heritage, but the positive response and demand for the product has continued. As we’re now in our second century of making high-performance pumps, we’re pleased to make Pista part of our permanent floor pump line-up and will offer it in a modern red livery moving forward.
Durable, high strength Steel barrel
Compact Ash wood handle with hose guides
High-efficiency SILCA leather piston assembly
Brass check-valve assembly
Long filler hose with integrated Schrader chuck
Push on alloy Presta chuck with bleeder valve
Rated to 220psi
The Pista Floor Pump is ready to use when removed from the package. If you would like to learn more about features, functions and maintenance of the Pista Floor Pump, please visit the SILCA resource center.