Urban Velo Takes a Look at the Zecto and Femto Drive
“Lezyne is celebrating their seventh year in production and continues to introduce products with their signature design. The latest in lights is the above pictured Zecto Drive Pro (left) and Zecto Drive.”
Read the full article here.
Singletrack Magazine Reviews the Shock Digital Drive
Primarily of interest to mechanics who do a lot of shock service and demo truck drivers, for 2014 Lezyne is releasing what may be the world’s first floor shock pump (shock floor pump?). Sure, the ultra-high pressure (to 300psi), low volume pump will inflate tyres, but that would take ages. No, the Shock Digital Drive intended to be a huge improvement in speed and accuracy over the pumps shipped with most suspension forks. A new digital gage shared with some road models is said to be accurate to within 3%, making consistent settings quick and easy.”
Some recognition for our innovative design. Check out the full article here.
Road Cycling UK Reviews the Zecto Pro!
“We found that the Zecto Drive Pro lived up to the run times quoted in our ‘first look‘. A rechargeable unit brings obvious benefits, chief of which is the avoidance of a ride scuppered by the failure of dry batteries, which always seem to give their last when a big ride is in the offing.”
Take some time to read the full review here.
Upgrade Wins Bike Biz Award 2013 for Marketing and Sales Teams
Congratulations to Upgrade, our UK distributors, for winning the Bike Biz Award 2013 for:
1. Marketing Team – P&A Distributor
2. Sales Team – Bike Distributor
Get a full list of the awards and a breakdown of who won what here.
Cool Lezyne Store in Cape Town
The Chris Willemse Cycle store in Cape Town has just set up an awesome display for Lezyne products! If you happen to be in the neighborhood, take a stop by their shop, or visit their website for more products and information.
Four in the Top Five at World Championship TT for Specialized-lululemon
September 24nd, 2013, Firenze, Italy – Ellen Van Dijk won her second Gold World Championship medal on Tuesday when she posted the fastest time in the Individual Time Trial event. An amazing ride to top of a career best season for the young Dutch rider.
Check out the full article here.
Congratulations ladies! Lezyne continues to proudly sport Specialized-lululemon as ambassadors of Engineered Design!
You read that right! What Mountain Bike magazine is currently offering the Lezyne Stainless 19 Multitool to new subscribers in its October 2013 issue! An easy way to get a beautiful, efficient product.
Visit the What Mountain Bike website for more information and find out more about the Lezyne Stainless 19 Multitool here.
Team Specialized-lululemon defended the World Championships TTT title today in Firenze, Italy. The team, made up of Ellen Van Dijk, Evenlyn Stevens, Lisa Brennauer, Katie Colclough, Carmen Small and Trixi worrack, posted a time of 51.60 and an average speed of 50.1km/h.
“It was fantastic riding today by the girls today, said Team Director Ronny Lauke. “We really look forward to this event each year and the hard work paid off today. They did everything right.”
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Congratulations ladies! Lezyne continues to proudly sport Specialized-Lululemon as ambassadors of Engineered Design!
MTBR Interbike 2013 Special: Lezyne Talks Year 7 LED Technology and Sexy New Digital Pumps
We caught up with MTBR at Interbike 2013 to showcase our 2014 LED lights and digital floor pumps. Watch the video to learn more.
Patrick Ribera-McKay from Lezyne shows us the new digital pumps with a digital custom gauge and new riding lights that include the Deca Drive, improved Mega Drive and the Zecto Drive Pro.
The new digital pumps have been introduced across Lezyne’s pump line and feature the digital custom gauge, a 1.5 inch screen, and 2 button operation. The digital pumps are retrofittable to existing Lezyne pumps and are weatherproof, accurate and will be available early October…New this year is the high powered Deca Drive, 800 Lumen light. It runs on 3 LEDs and has Lezyne’s Infinite Light design that allows the user to have on-demand battery replacement.