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

Lezyne's most popular lights get an upgrade and more power!

Eurobike Lights
Macro Duo front and rear light in one – ideal helmet light.

Macro Duo front and rear light in one – ideal helmet light (click to enlarge).

Macro Duo combined front and rear light

This nice helmet light offers a built in rear light and is connected to the helmet through a flexible ball joint. You can choose to use it as rear light only, front light only, or both front and rear light. Front offers 400 Lumen, rear 5 Lumen.

The new ABS2 pump head (left). The Floor Drive Tall floor pump (right) looks enormous compared to the petite (no offence) Lezyne's Junior Sales Account Manager Angela Wu.

The new ABS2 pump head (left). The Floor Drive Tall floor pump (right) looks enormous compared to the petite (no offence) Lezyne’s Junior Sales Account Manager Angela Wu (click to enlarge).

Improved ABS pump head

The ABS pump head was introduced last year, but there was feedback that the unscrewing, turning 180º and screwing back the valve connection to change from a Schrader to a Presta or vice verso was too complicated. So the ABS2 head was developed, where you only have to lift or lower the sleeve of the head for the valve choice. Two kinds of heads: the red head is for road use (high pressure) – the orange head for MTB purposes (high volume).

High volume floor pumps

The Alloy Over Drive and Classic Over Drive floor pumps offer a larger barrel, so bigger tires can be inflated with less strokes. Analogue or digital pressure gauges (Over Drive floor pump) give an accurate readout of your tire pressure.

Floor Drive Tall

People apparently get taller, so to give them an ergonomic way of putting air in their tires, the Floor Drive Tall has been developed. This way tall people won’t have to bend over too deep to pump up their tires.

For more details visit www.lezyne.com.

This article is part of Mtbr’s coverage of the 2015 Eurobike trade show in Freidrichschafen, Germany. For more from Eurobike CLICK HERE.


About the author: Jeroen Tiggelman

Jeroen is a contributor based in Belgium. He is expert in the field of photography and a fan of local beer.


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  • sgerecke says:

    It’s nice to know that Lezyne has introduced a pump head to replace the one that is total garbage that came on two pumps I have now. It’s also nice to know that I can buy that for $17.99 each. What was wrong with the flip lever pump head that every pump I’ve ever had came with?

    • CycleCross Madman says:

      Looks like Lezyne is knocking of Birzman now. Nice pump head guys. Really, couldn’t come up with something original yourselves?

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