Some manufacturers who enchant bike fans with their shocks and suspension forks build their own suspension pumps. Therefore, you can buy shock pumps from well-known brands like Rock Shox or Fox. Others build everything cyclists need, including a wide variety of air pumps. But which pump fits your shocks?
Which shock pump suits you?
Or better yet, which shock pump fits your bike plans? Just like all other bike pumps, the ones that keep spring elements in shot come in handy sizes that you can stick in your pack to top off on the go. But you can also buy big, massive, heavy models that are energetic for it.
So you should first decide whether you need to take the pump with you, or whether it's waiting for you at home in the bike workshop.
A shock pump should definitely have a pressure gauge, with which you can accurately meter the pressure. These gauges come in digital or analog, so they're equipped with a good old pointer.
If you don't fancy changing batteries on your pump, grab one of our analogue shock pumps!
Which manufacturer makes the best damper pumps?
This is a really good question. As is almost always the case, it's mostly a matter of taste. One manufacturer builds a more readable display on their suspension pump, the other is known for particularly comfortable handling. The next builds bike pumps that are particularly compact and lightweight, while manufacturer number 4 packs more weight on its products, but you can drive over them with your truck.
Anyway, we have fork pumps from producers like Birzmann, Rock Shox or SKS for you in the online shop. So that your dampers don't run out of breath.