Silca Pista Pump – The Centennial Edition

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This year, bike tool powerhouse Silca turns 100. To mark the occasion in style, the Italian brand released a Centennial Collection which also includes a special version of the beloved Pista Pump. Originally introduced in the 1940s and then upgraded in the late ‘80 as SuperPista, the popular accessory changed the cycling world. Now it returns, better than ever. The Silca Pista Pump Centennial Edition maintains the elegant aesthetic of the original while enhancing the functionality and durability of the design.

Made with the finest materials and the latest technology, this pump opens a new chapter in the Pista story. The new Pista features a high-strength steel barrel, ash wood handle, and an efficient Silca leather plunger piston. Slightly smaller to make transport easy, the pump also packs plenty of punch thanks to its 220psi rating. Other features include brass check-valve assembly, a bleeder valve and a long filler hose with integrated Schrader chuck. The Centennial Edition of the Pista Pump also comes with an optional, limited edition 600D nylon and canvas travel bag. You can find the new design on the official website at $125 or $199 with the travel bag. Photographs© Silca.

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