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Centennial Orange (Limited Edition)
Silca Pista Floor Pump
Silca Pista Floor Pump
Silca Pista Floor Pump

Pista Floor Pump

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A blast from the past.

The Silca Pista Floor Pump has been updated for 2018, maintaining Silca's dedication to quality, precision, and serviceability. Originally developed in the '60s, the modern Pista receives its share of updates while staying true to the original design. Featuring an updated pressure gauge with +/- 3% accuracy, a reinforced aluminum base that is simultaneously smaller and more stable, an Ash wood handle, and a 36" real rubber hose. Every part is available separately, from a replacement gauge to washers, making this the pump for a lifetime. Featuring Silca's machined-alloy head, the flip-chuck allows this pump to easily inflate Presta or Schrader valve tubes.


  • Durable, high strength Steel barrel.
  • compact Ash wood handle with hose guides.
  • Brass check-valve assembly.
  • 36" long filler hose with integrated Schrader chuck.
  • Push-on alloy Presta chuck with bleeder valve.
  • Rated to 220psi.
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Pump is made in Taiwan, not the USA. Beautiful and functional
by Vintage collector and rider
Cycling Enthusiast
Lake Tahoe
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

For the price, this is a beautiful well made pump that should last a lifetime. This is my 3rd. Silca. The first one was purchased in 1984 and is still going strong, although cosmetically it is showing its age and is my travel pump. The Silca Ultimate Hiro pump, that I also have, is a work of art that is made in the USA with only the best machined components. With Silca as with most things in life you get what you pay for. This Molteni Orange limited edition is well worth the price tag and should last a lifetime. Just be aware that it is made in Taiwan. But, if you want a true work of art that is machined to exacting tolerances and is constructed of only the best materials, and you can afford it, spend the money and buy the Ultimate Hiro pump. It is roughly twice the size of the limited edition Molteni and therefore uses about half the number of strokes for the same size tire. On all the Silca pumps the rubber gasket that fits over the presta stem is adjusted by tightening or loosening the knurled nut on the pump head in order to properly secure the head for high pressure pumping to the valve stem. Takes some practice in determining the proper depth of insertion of the head to the stem, but one you figure it out the results are very quick and consistent.

Reviewed 9/25/2018
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Premier Pump for Regular Tire Checks
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

This is a historically premier pump. Built for years in Italy, and American company purchased the product and continues to make a pump with the best parts available.

For those of us who check tire pressure regularly and run our tires on high pressure, this is the pump to use.

The only drawback I can find is when I inflate by tires to 130 psi, the slip on Presta chuck will leak air. By contrast, the Lyzene pump locks on to the Presta valve and will take inflation as high as I dare pump it. Both have a bleeder valve to relieve air pressure before removing the chuck.

The big advantage to the Silka Pista pump is its lifetime warranty and the availability of replacement parts.

Reviewed 7/16/2018
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Excellent and beautiful simple
by Tahru
Casual Cyclist
Alexandria, VA

After having burned through another pricey pump which was not repairable, I opted to get something I can fix when the unavoidable happens. This pump has a simple and effective design. Nothing else is needed.

Reviewed 6/1/2018
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will outlast you
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

I bought one in 1984 and have used it dailyweekly since. I've replaced the hose but didn't like the hose clamp and so whipped it with heavy thread. It's only had the brass presta chuck and I've replaced the rubber gasket many times. I've swapped out the leather 731 gasket probably once every ten years. Maybe I should look for a new gauge as after 30 years of being pressured I think it reads high. Or just plug it off, and use a hand gauge.

If you want a bike tool that's worth more than your bike, and would rather have your bike stolen than lose this pump, you know what I recommend. I like the simple rebuildability.

Watch the shaft diameter, when they sent manufacturing to Asia they reduced shaft diameter (like the Super Pista thumbs down)

Reviewed 5/15/2018
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