Support Your Local Grassroots Cycling Program

Let's Work Together

On Giving Tuesday in 2018, SILCA is going to either donate a percentage of the proceeds from your order, or a floor pump to the grassroots cycling program of your choice. These organizations play a vital role in shaping and growing cycling in our communities and we’re determined to partner with you to help say thank you for all the work they put in.

Shop and Support

$200+:We’ll donate a Pista Floor Pump ($99 value) to the cycling program of your choice

$100-$199: We’ll donate 20% of your order value to the cycling program of your choice in the form of web store credit.

Under $100: We’ll donate 10% of your order value to the cycling program of your choice in the form of web store credit.


Hear from our CEO

We're incredibly excited to be launching this initiative this year! Listen to SILCA CEO Josh Poertner talk about the idea behind the campaign and the two programs that inspired it.

Youth Development Programs - Cycling Teams - Velodromes - Group Ride Organizations - Racing Series - Trail Maintenance - Bikes for Kids

Which program in your community will you support?
Set A Reminder
Subscribe to this list and we'll send you a reminder about Pumps for Programs as November 27th gets closer.

How to get involved

  • Shop - It's that simple! On November 27th 2018, you'll either earn 10%, 20% or a Pista Floor Pump to gift to the cycling program of your choice.

  • Check your email- The following day on November 28th, you'll receive a confirmation email from us with a form in it.

  • Choose your program- Tell us where to send your gift to by clicking through and filling out the form. Don't forget to hit "SUBMIT".

  • Make it personal - The order form contains a space for you to write a personalized message to the program you chose. If you fill this out, we'll include it in the gift we send to the program on your behalf.
This promotion will run for 24 hours on November 27th 2018.
Offers are based on value of goods not including shipping
Not available in Australia