Bicycle Pump Comparison Chart

We understand choosing the best bicycle pump for your needs can be a complex and difficult task. There are so many bike pumps available on the market today and a multitude of various manufacturers offering products for everybody. To help you decide we have created an interactive bicycle pump chart which contains essential information such as psi capacity, average review rating and of course price.

Bicycle Pump Comparison Chart

PSI Capacity
Raniaco Mini Bike Pump
260 PSI
Vibrelli Bike Floor Pump
160 PSI
PRO BIKE TOOL Mini Road Bike Pump
120 PSI
Rowe Outdoors
Floor Bike Pump
Rowe Outdoors Floor Bike Pump.jpg
160 PSI
CO2 Inflator with Cartridge Storage Canister by PRO BIKE TOOL
Lezyne Micro Floor Drive High Volume Pump
90 PSI
AerGun X-1000 Bike Pump
160 PSI
Lezyne Pressure Drive Hand Pump
120 PSI
Topeak Sport II Floor Pump
160 PSI
Schwinn Foot Activated Floor Pump
100 PSI
Serfas TCPG Bicycle Floor Pump
160 PSI
Serfas TCPG Bicycle Floor Pump
140 PSI
Slime COMP02 12-Volt Tire Inflator
100 PSI

1. Model Name: You can click the link to view more details about the product or to purchase.
2. Product Image: Here you can see how the model looks like.
3. PSI Capacity: How many PSI can the bicycle pump get.
4. Rating: Approximate User Rating on
5. Price: These are approximate prices on  Graph legend: $ = under $50, $$ = $50 to $100, $$$ = $100 to $200, $$$$ = $200+

Top 5 Best Selling Bicycle Pumps

We tested five of the top selling bicycle pumps in five different categories that we believe make the difference, if you are deciding to buy the best bike pump for your needs: design, comfort, portability, durability and last but not least, ease of use.

1. Design

Coming in with a great score in this category is, not surprising, the Lezyne Alloy floor pump. The guys from Lezyne constantly provide a clean, modern look, a very important feature when designing their stunning products, and the Alloy isn’t any exception to this rule. It really is minimal simplicity at its very best. An anodized high-polish finish makes this pump stylish and durable. The sleek, wooden handles are uncommon and although the hose is pretty long (130 cm), it fastens directly into position in such a manner that it keeps it perfectly flush with the body of the pump, making the Lezyne Alloy Floor Drive Pump the most streamlined from the group.

bicycle pump2. Comfort

The Topeak Joe Blow Sport II scored a perfect 10 here. It has an extra long hose with 360 degree pivot and molded plastic handles, that actually made a great difference when we used it repeatedly. More challenging on the wrists and hands were the solid wood handles of the Lezynes.

bicycle pump 1Ease and comfort are also necessary when you consider a pump’s height, as we discovered with the Serfas TCPG. While the TCPG bike pump features great handles, it’s a relatively small floor pump, which meant that we were bent over more when using this model. Perfect for travel, but not as nice as the taller Pedro’s Prestige or the Joe Blow.

3. Portability

One of the lightest and smallest models that we tested was the Serfas TCPG and it was also great for travel. This bicycle pump tucks easily into cars, tents, and also in bags. In addition to its modest dimension, it is tough enough to handle all this travel. Although it is not one of the smallest or lightest, the Lezyne Sport Drive is also great for travel due to the sleek, self-contained design and style. The hose remains securely in position, and the gauge dial is actually sturdy enough in order to withstand getting tossed into a vehicle together with all your other equipment.

bicycle pump 24. Durability

Fortunately, you have many choices here in the collection that we tested, with almost all products scoring pretty well in the sturdiness and durability category. Some standouts are, once again, the Topeak Joe Blow and the Lezyne models – Alloy and Sport. All three of these bicycle pumps endured inflation after inflation, getting thrown in and out of the cars for road trips, and some minor bumps and spills. Their gauge needles continued to be accurate, the hoses flexible, and the bodies ding-free. Other top performers are the Serfas FP-200 and the Blackburn Air Tower.

bicycle pump 35. Ease of use

This was our heaviest weighted classification for testing, and includes all the aspects that may make you think positively, or better yet, not think at all, about using your bicycle pump. How easy is it to read the gauge? How stable is the base? Does it seal properly onto the tire valve? All of these aspects come in the ease of use category, and all eventually contribute to exactly how easily and quickly the pump will inflate.

bicycle pump 1The winner in this category was the Topeak Joe Blow Sport II, with the Lezyne Sport, Lezyne Alloy, Serfas TCPG, Serfas FP-200 and Pedro’s Prestige also scoring well. The Joe Blow Sport has a double head to accommodate both presta and schraeder valves, and a firm locking lever that keeps the head securely on the valve. It was rare that we didn’t get a great seal immediately. Additionally, the pressure gauge was easy to read and the base is extremely heavy and stable.

This is a short presentation on what we consider to be the most important features of a good bicycle pump. If you would like to read more bike pump reviews, please click here!

How to Find The Best Electric Bicycle Pump?

Choosing the right electric bicycle pump is important, because there is little point buying an expensive product that will get little use or choosing a less expensive model that won’t withstand heavy use. In the same way, it’s foolish to purchase a bike tire pump that requires a repeated pumping action for a person who is not able to exert the required force or energy.

bicycle pump 6You will find quite a few dedicated electric bike pumps. Most electric bicycle tire pumps available on the market are multi-purpose devices which can inflate your car, the children’s swimming pool, and other larger inflatable products that requires inflation.

Be very careful when selecting your bicycle tire pump. Some multi-purpose pumps are not suitable for the lower pressure of a bike tire. Using the incorrect type may lead to a really expensive blown out inner tube.

Valves of the bicycle inner tubes are either Presta or Schrader. Schrader are usually much more frequently used on motor bikes and vehicles, while Presta are generally found on bicycles. The best choice is to buy an electric pump that supports both, especially if you plan to use this as an multi-purpose pump not only just for your bike.

schrader valve and presta valveMake sure that your select a bike tire pump that features a pressure valve, so you’re able to maintain excellent tire pressure on your bicycle. A really practical element is a car cigarette lighter plug, so that you can take the pump while traveling and use it before you’ll set out on your cross-country route.

Best Rated Electric Bicycle Pumps

1. Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station Inflator

bicycle pump 5Highly effective and portable, the Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station Inflator is the portable answer to household and on-the-go inflation needs. An excellent illuminated pressure gauge offers you precise control, by having an automatic shut off feature to make inflation easy. The ASI300 draws power from any household outlet or your vehicle’s lighter socket is all you need in order to set it up where you need it.

2. Campbell Hausfeld RP4100 120-Volt Inflator

bicycle pump 7Having a compact, powerful design this tire pump is perfect for your household or workshop. The Campbell Hausfeld RP4100 120-Volt Inflator pumps up tires and also sporting equipment easily and quickly. This valuable useful device plugs into any standard 120-volt outlet and includes a sturdy handle for easy portability.

3. Viair 00073 70P Heavy Duty Portable Compressor

electric bicycle pump 2This is a great 12 Volt compressor for light to medium inflation jobs. It is smaller than average and packs perfectly inside the included bag. You just need to connect it to your cigarette lighter power post, 12 Volt; pressure 100 PSI; Stainless steel Braided Leader Hose. Anodized Aluminum Alloy Cylinder, Automatic Reset Thermal over load protector.

Advantages and Disadvantages of an Electric Bike Pump:

Below you can find a list with the advantages and disadvantages associated with an electric bicycle pump and the type of user the pump is most suitable for.


• Has a pressure gauge
• Does not require pumping action
• Efficient
• Accurate
• Simple to use


• Requires a power source
• Comparatively expensive
• May require valve adapters

Recommended User:

• Recreational users
• Amateurs
• Semi-professionals
• Professionals
• Users not able to perform pumping action

How Much do Electric Bicycle Tire Pumps Cost?

You will find there’s a wide price range. Definitely you can expect to pay under $75 for a heavy-duty, multi-function electric pump that is portable, or claims to be. A lot of models are available at well under $50, however it is recommended that you read expert reviews on sites such as Amazon before you make your final choice.

Review Topeak Road Morph G Bicycle Pump

Morph™ technology packs bike pump efficiency and ease of use into a compact, portable design you can bring along for the ride.

bicycle pump 8The really cool feature of this pump is that several portions are movable (morph-able), making it more convenient for emergency pumping on-the-go. The handle, which is held in place by turning the handle until it clicks into the barrel, pivots 90 degrees, allowing the user to use his/her body weight to pump when the pump is held against the floor. This is advantageous because it allows more force to be generated, less arm strength be used, and less energy be expended by the user when pumping tires. The foot pedal pivots 90 degrees from the base, allowing the user to hold the pump in place using his/her foot while pumping. After unhooking the head of the hose from the hook, the head can actually be pulled out, exposing about ~3 inches more of rubber hose, allowing the user better reach the valves on the tires. The pump head adapters can also fit both Schrader and Presta valves by flipping the two rubber/plastic adapters.

bicycle pump 9This  bicycle pump is very useful and it’s portable. Topeak Road Morph G attaches to the bike frame with the supplied flexible mounting. You can screw on the mounting, if your bike frame has that capability – or you can  mount it using the supplied other mounting hardware.

Also nice at this bike pump is the fold out foot rest and extension tube, which make for an easy pumping action. And of course, the handy little pressure gauge.
The key feature of this pump is that the pump head is connected to the main pump by a short section of rubber tubing. This lets you put the end of the pump on the ground after locking the head onto the tube valve. Then, you can use your body weight to do the pumping as with a floor pump, which is very nice. A short, plastic foot swings down so you can use your foot to keep the bottom end of the pump from slipping as you pump.

Product Features

  • Portable on-the-go bike pump with padded T-handle
  • Foldout footpad stabilizes the pump against the ground
  • Flexible air hose works with awkward or tight valve placements
  • Extra-long barrel; inline gauge and secure mounting bracket
  • Presta/Schrader head with plastic thumb lock; weighs 0.49 pounds

Morph technology in a road pump. Extra long barrel gives huge performance. Includes in-line gauge.


Presta/ Schrader/ Dunlop Valves


Butted Aluminum


In-line Gauge, Reads 140 psi/9.6 bar

Thumb Lock



T-Type Plastic/Kraton


160 psi / 11 bar

Added Features

Fold-out Foot Pad
Flexible Hose
Centerline Mount Bracket

Size (L x W x H)

35 x 5.7 x 2.8 cm
13.8” x 2.2” x 1.1”


220 g / 7.74 oz ( w/ gague)

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