Alloy Dirt Floor Drive gets Test Winner in Bike Magazine Germany

Alloy Dirt Floor Drive gets Test Winner in Bike Magazine Germany

Alloy Dirt Floor Drive gets Test Winner in Bike Magazine Germany

Our Alloy Dirt Floor Drive got test winner in Germany’s Bike Magazine, one of the biggest magazines in Europe!

The Lezyne Alloy Dirt Floor Drive is a high volume floor pump optimized for use with mountain bike tires. Made with a CNC machined aluminum barrel and base, a steel piston and an oversized varnished wood handle. The barrel, piston, hose and connectors are oversized to deliver twice the air flow per stroke to quickly fill tires or seat tubeless tire systems. The ABS Flip-Thread Chuck and long rubber hose easily reach both Presta and Schrader valves on a stand. The Speed Chuck is included for fast press-on valve engagement. The 2.5” oversized gauge is very precise and easy to read. An anodized high polish finish makes this pump stylish and durable.

Shop the Alloy Dirt Floor Drive here.

4 thoughts on “Alloy Dirt Floor Drive gets Test Winner in Bike Magazine Germany

  1. Finally found the information i was looking for concerning the air volume between your dirt and road tire models.
    My next questions are;
    1) I see you have upgraded other models from a 2.5” to a 3.5” gauge. Will you be doing so with this model soon.
    2) Presently the max pressure is 70psi. Will this increase a bit soon or not.
    It covers my mountain bikes but the max pressure is just short a bit for the urban bikes. Problem is if I buy a 220psi just to achieve max pressure I lose out by having increased strokes.

    1. Hello Jim, Here are your answers!

      1) The dirt floor will stay with the 2.5″ gauge.

      2)The Dirt Floor are high volume pumps mainly for mountain bikes. You will not want to over inflate the gauge to a higher pressure than the reading of the gauge. This will make the gauge read incorrectly. If you have mountain bikes and road bikes the best is to go with a high pressure pump.

      Hope that helps!

      1. Thanks for the info.
        I’ve spoken to my local bike shop and will be buying the CNC high pressure with the larger display. I’m turning 65 soon & Christmas is coming up. So that should give me enough excuses to get a really nice pump. Just gave away a road bike and will probably be getting another better quality in the near future, so the higher pressure will be best.

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