Introducing the new ultra lightweight and versatile Lezyne KTV Drive Rear LED, our smallest and lightest usb rechargeable safety light.
Weighing in at just 50 grams, the KTV combines cnc-machined aluminum with composite matrix technology for a lightweight and durable design. Capable of producing 7 lumens for nearly nine hours with the powerful flash modes.
The KTV uses an optimized LED lens that provides maximum side and rear visibility from a single LED light. The intelligent power indicator allows you to monitor battery power levels during use and while recharging, ensuring that you will be seen and be safe wherever you may ride.
Introducing the new ultra lightweight and versatile Lezyne KTV Drive Front LED, our smallest and lightest usb rechargeable safety light.
Weighing in at just 50 grams, the KTV combines cnc-machined aluminum with composite matrix technology for a lightweight and durable design. Capable of producing 15 lumens for nearly ten hours with the powerful flash modes.
The KTV uses an optimized LED lens that provides maximum side and front visibility from a single LED light. The intelligent power indicator allows you to monitor battery power levels during use and while recharging, ensuring that you will be seen and be safe wherever you may ride.
Jordi Bago recently returned from a collarbone injury to compete for the Bike Cup 2014 uci C1 race in Bulgaria! Finishing a promising 11th place was a good sign at his recovery, we know he wants to get the most that he can from every race!
Jordi has also decided to put on 2 days of training camps! The Downhill Training camp, hosted by Jordi and Bike House, will be available to 15 riders per day and will be happening June 28th – June 29th. We commend Jordi for wanting to help some fellow riders improve their races by teaching them the ways of how to be an expert downhill rider!
‘This is why you do it, and this is why you’re here.’
This is the mantra I repeat to myself, three times over, on the start line every time I race. When the adrenalin and the tension reach fever pitch, I grab hold of my nerves, close my eyes and rest them on my forearms.
‘This is why you do it. And this is why you’re here.’
Three times, every time.
I say it to remind myself that, despite the fear, I love this.
The fear doesn’t come from being afraid of crashing. That’s happened too many times already. It comes with the job.
No, the fear comes from knowing the pain I am about to put myself though, from knowing that no matter how good my last result was, it means nothing now.
You take your wheel to the edge of the precipice and you look over the lip. Every time. When the hammer drops you have a choice, to let the wheel in front of you go…
If you let it go you have become broken. If, when the final push comes and the chance is there to break them and you let that pass, you have lost. It doesn’t matter where the finish line is or where you’ll be placed when you cross it, because you aren’t going to be first.
If you’ve already lost in your mind, you’re lost for good.
Lezyne ambassador Hannes Klausner was recently featured in a two full page story for his antics in Exploring the Unknown. The story was ran in Austria’s biggest daily Newspaper “Kronenzeitung” Sunday issue. 1.5 Million issues were distributed that weekend, an amazing achievement for Klausner!
Lezyne ambassador Hannes Klausner takes to the island of Sao Vicente to take on the trails that no mountain bike has conquered before. Traveling 640 Km off of the coast of Africa, Sao Vicente offered some fresh trails just waiting to be tackled.
“For me the idea of exploring the unknown was to come to this place, no expectations at all and just see what we have. At the end we were the first to explore the mountains in this area with a bike and although it was very difficult due to the windy conditions was a great experience for new places to ride, new and friendly people with a totally different way of living.” – Hannes Klausner
Our friends at Bike Rumor got their hands on our ultimate high volume hand pump, the Alloy Hand Drive. With the rise of large, tubeless tires on the scene, it’s no wonder that they wanted to see the best that our high volume pumps have to offer. The Alloy Hand Drive is definitely ready to impress.
“The small pump proved to be invaluable. On our first run, our group experienced a broken derailleur hanger, and four flats. Which turned a quick lap into a painfully slow adventure.During each of those trail mandated breaks, the Lezyne Alloy Drive was called into active duty. While the high volume pump had a tendency to heat up, it did made impressively short work of inflating large volume tires.”
Click here to see the full article and how the Alloy Hand Pump stacks up against large tires.
Our friends at Enduro Mountainbike Magazine came to visit our sunny, California headquarters earlier this year! They got a first hand look at our clean, hardworking environment and were shown the best time possible. Enduro got a whole new look at how Lezyne works by seeing our marketing, sales, and R&D working in house.
“Lezyne was started on principles of creating good looking, sharp, and classy products that perform exceedingly well. Lezyne does all of it’s design and testing in house. Sure, they also have phenomenal riding right out the door in gorgeous San Luis Obispo. They also sponsor top name riders like Cedric Gracia, Angie Hohenwarter, and Danny MacAskill.”