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The Best Bike Pump

Updated Dec 10, 2022
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No matter what kind of bike you ride—road bike or mountain bike, beach cruiser or hybrid, ebike or unicycle—you need a way to inflate its tires. After testing 35 pumps over the past five years, we believe the Lezyne Classic Floor Drive is the best floor pump for most bike commuters thanks to its sturdy construction, easy-to-read dial, and utterly reliable screw-on head (which fits both Presta and Schrader valves). We also have a pick for a portable pump to use while you’re out on a ride.

Lezyne Classic Floor Drive, the best floor pump for bikes

Lezyne Classic Floor Drive

The best floor pump for bikes
This mostly metal pump is a smart buy, from its extra-large pressure gauge to its recently redesigned screw-on pump head.
We recommend
Planet Bike ALX 2, a reliable option with better-than-most features

Planet Bike ALX 2

A reliable option with better-than-most features
Though not the cheapest pump we tested, the difference in quality between a $30 pump and this one is astounding. The drawbacks: its plastic, wedge-on pump head and very short hose.
Budget friendly
Specialized Air Tool Pro, for frequent riders

Specialized Air Tool Pro

For frequent riders
Although this pump is pricey, its comfortable, generously sized handle, ultra-visible gauge, and extremely stable base make it the pump to get if you’ll be using it a lot.
A better upgrade
Lezyne Pressure Drive, our favorite handheld bike pump

Lezyne Pressure Drive

Our favorite handheld bike pump
Versatile and compact, this pump will fill the flat-fixing needs of any commuter while on the road.
Another good choice

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