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|Lezyne Alloy Digital Drive Floor Pump
Lezyne created the Alloy Digital Drive Floor Pump because analog gauges have questionable accuracy and are hard to see clearly. A few PSI will affect your ride characteristics and comfort and that could be the difference between you and the podium. Since no one wants to lose because of that, the...
|Lezyne Alloy Dirt Floor Drive Pump
A pump's a pump, right? Not so much. They'll all put air into your tires, but the Lezyne Alloy Dirt Floor Drive Pump is made particularly for mountain bikes, with a high-volume, low-pressure design that inflates bigger tires faster and helps seat tubeless tire beads quickly and easily. The alloy...
|Lezyne Alloy Drive Floor Pump
Steel tubes, artisan lugs, box-section rims, Merino wool jerseys. You know you love them, and when you ride, you're not dreaming of 50 millimeter carbon rims, you're imagining that you're the third wheel of the Bahamontes/Gaul rivalry. If you're the kind of cyclist who fetishizes the classic...
|Lezyne Alloy Drive High Volume Pump
Life is filled with unexpected setbacks. Unfortunately, these happen all too often on the trail. That's why the Lezyne made the Alloy Drive Pump. Featuring the same shape and dimensions as the Carbon Drive 2, the Alloy Drive Pump gives you all of the performance at a fraction of the price. The...
|Lezyne Carbon Road Drive 2 Pump
With the Carbon Road Drive 2 Pump, Lezyne reimagines the long, frame-mounted pump bodies of yesterday in today's lightest material: carbon fiber. The result is 17mm in diameter and up to 283mm in length, making for less volume per stroke but less effort at high PSI compared to fatter, shorter...
|Lezyne Road Drive Pump
If you've broken a pump, or worse, a valve core, while frantically trying to fill your tube on the side of the road, you'll appreciate Lezyne's Flex Hose design found on the Road Drive Pump. The Flex Hose allows you to attach the holes to the valve, then pump air into the tube without worrying...