Lezyne Femto Drive LED Commuter Lights, Carbon Cage SL, CO2 Inflator

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The Femto Drive is a small LED light, available in a Front (silver/black) and rear (red/blue) version as well as a front and rear pair. The front version pumps out 15 lumens of light while the rear puts out 7. It is powered by a pair of replaceable CR2032 coin cell batteries that will be included. Lezyne’s marketing head Patrick Ribera-McKay had this to say about the Femto, “The Femto Drive LED is pretty small, but still manages to really pack a punch. The body is CNC-machined aluminum and super weather resistant. This light is going to be in service for much longer than other blinky lights, but it’s only going to cost $14.99.” The Femto Drive should be in stores this fall.

Femto LED

  • Front and rear specific
  • 15 lumens front, 7 lumens rear
  • Lens switch (press the lens face to turn off/on)
  • 5 different modes (4 flashing, 1 steady)
  • $14.99 or a pair as $27.99

Available September

Carbon Cage SL

  • Side loading cage
  • Available in left or right opening
  • Extremely strong and durable carbon
  • Low profile (to fit on compact frames)
  • Carbon finish
  • 34 grams

Available September
MSRP: $60

Flow Cage SL

  • Side loading cage
  • Available in left or right opening
  • Composite Matrix
  • Black and white
  • 48 grams

Available September
MSRP: $10

Lezyne Twin Speed Drive Co2 Inflater

  • Presta/schraeder slip fit
  • 90 degree head
  • Twist puncture operation (with a quarter turn back to release pressure)
  • All aluminum construction
  • CNC machined
  • Replaceable o-rings
  • Black and silver

Available September
MSRP: $16.50 (includes one 16 gram co2 cartridge)

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Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.

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