Lezyne Reviews and News


Lezyne Digital Pressure Over Drive pump review

The Lezyne Digital Pressure Over Drive is the latest in a new type of pump that offers the benefits of a compressor in the same form factor as a standard floor pump. Does this convenience justify an increased price tag? Read on to find out.

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Lezyne Alloy Drive pump and ABS2 quick connect chuck review

Lezyne’s screw on heads guaranteed a leak-free fit but had a lengthy install/removal process. Their new ABS2 head promises to speed things up. Can it deliver?

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Lezyne goes digital with new mini-pump and shock pump

How do you make one of the best compact mini pumps even better? You keep it the same size, while integrating a digital pressure gauge.

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Lezyne teases fatbike and tubeless friendly floor pumps

Lezyne teases a portable mini pump designed for plus and fat bikes, plus a new floor pump that will help seat tubeless tires when using an air compressor is not an option.

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6 Budget Friendly Lights For Riding At Night

Riding at night is one of cycling’s great joys. And in winter, when days are short, it’s often a necessity. Here’s a look at some of this season’s best budget friendly lights.

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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: Bright lights for riding at night

Keep your bike riding gift getter safe and seen with our brightest Holiday Guide, featuring the best headlights and tail lights.

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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: Indispensable tools for the home mechanic

Just like clearing that tricky climb without dabbing, there’s something tremendously satisfying about having the right tool for the job. Not only does it simplify general maintenance, but it makes wrenching feel like less of a chore — and saves trips to the bike shop. Here are 10 great gift ideas for the gearhead in your life.

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Review: Lezyne Power Drive 900XL

Good optics, good price and form factor make this a good purchase as long as the customer is able to access the hidden Overdrive mode from right away.

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Review: Lezyne Deca Drive 1500XXL

Lezyne made their mark with honest, infinite battery lights. But with the dangers of loose Lithium cells, they are going with sleeker and more compact designs.

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2015 Bike Lights Shootout

The 2015 Bike Lights Shootout is here! It is quite an exciting crop of lights as lights are getting lighter with improved beam patterns. Check back often to see the latest lights reviews.

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Eurobike 2015: Lezyne offers higher powered lights and updates on pump head

Some new lights, a major upgrade for existing ones. The ABS2 pump head is an improved version of the time saving ABS pump head and now adapts more easy between Schrader and Presta valves. And… great news for tall people!

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Review: Lezyne Power Drive XL

This light faces some stiff competition now, but it has a big beam pattern and it can run a long time if you pack extra batteries.

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2014 Holiday Gift Guide: Bike Lights

Our best recommendations for bike lighting gifts for your friends or yourself this holiday season.

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2014 Holiday Gift Guide: Tools for mountain bikers

Holiday Gift Guide: Here are a few gift suggestions for mountain bikers that seek to maintain their steeds in top shape or to help them on the trail.

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Review: Lezyne Super Drive XL

$120 for a 709 Lumen light is not the brightest or the cheapest, but this light has field replaceable batteries if you need really long run times.

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Review: Lezyne Deca Drive

This Deca Drive is largely unchanged from last year, but it’s still one of the better self-contained bar lights around since it has a lovely beam pattern for $160.

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Review: Lezyne Mega Drive 1400 Lumen

Brighter than ever, this Lezyne Mega Drive still has a rock-solid output with field replaceable batteries for endless run-time.

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The world’s smartest bike tail lights

Bike tail lights save lives. But you will be floored by the technology packed in this array of bike tail lights.

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Lezyne Interbike 2014

Lezyne’s brand new KTV and KTV Pro, Zecto Auto and Macro Drive Duo lights are highlighted, along with their Control Drive CO2 inflator and ABS pen gauge hand pump.

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Video: 5 Ways to Open a Beer with Cedric Gracia

Find out 5 cool ways to open a beer from Cedric Gracia using only your bike and bike gear. Do you know of a different way to open a beer with your bike gear? Let us know!

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Lezyne World Headquarters Tour

Lezyne revamps San Luis Obispo facility and ramps up from strong industry response and sales of their line of LED bike lights.

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Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Stocking Stuffers for Mountain Bikers

A real list of items that you can buy for that special mountain biker in your life. These gifts won’t break the bank, since most of them are under $30. But just because they aren’t expensive doesn’t mean they won’t make an impression (favorable, of course)!

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Review: Lezyne Deca Drive

The Deca Drive is Lezyne’s follow-on to the Mega Drive of last year. It measures almost 900 lumens and is only 100 lumens weaker than last year’s Mega Drive. But it is $50 cheaper and that makes this a terrific value.

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Review: Lezyne Mega Drive

The Mega Drive is the flagship of the Lezyne light line. It features a robust and machine chassis with more heatsinks that we’ve ever seen in a light head. The beam is produced by two LEDs working in concert to produce both width and throw.

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Review: Lezyne Mini Drive XL

This stubby little light from Lezyne is interesting at $75 with 250 Lumens that lasts about an hour. The light has the ‘infinite’ battery design which is field replaceable if the rider carries spare batteries.

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