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Spring Review Roundup

Spring has sprung and that means the riding season has officially begun. Recently the cycling media has chosen to test and evaluate what appears to be a must-have collection of Lezyne goods that every cyclist should own now that it’s time to let the good times roll. Check out the reviews below and see what they’ve used and recommended just for you.

DIGITAL SHOCK DRIVE – (THE 2018 BIBLE OF BIKE TESTS – THE GOODS) BIKE MAGAZINE

Anthony Smith of Bike Magazine

“And damn if it’s not nice having this one stashed in your pack. Lezyne’s aluminum Digital Shock Drive is light, sleek–as one could expect from the designed-focused brand–and fits nicely in a hip pack, whereas some competing digital pumps are too long for narrower bags…Lezyne’s shock pump quickly turned into one of the most valuable tools of the test–riding multiple bikes per day requires continual shock set-up and fine-tuning on the trail, and it was reliable and accurate every time, making it a need, not a want.” -Nicole Formosa of Bike Magazine

Read the full article here.

Learn more about the Digital Shock Drive here.

 

KTV DRIVE PRO – CYCLING WEEKLY

“Although it’s not the company’s most powerful rear light – that honour goes to the 300-lumen Strip Drive Pro – the Lezyne KTV Drive Pro pushes out quite an eyeful of rear illumination on its 75-lumen daytime flash mode. It’s also surprisingly efficient for what’s quite a small unit, with a quoted run time in this mode of seven hours…If you want to up your rear visibility, the 75-lumen daytime flash mode of the Lezyne KTV Drive Pro provides a lot of output and should draw attention. The four other modes provide plenty of flexibility and battery life is good for quite a small unit.” -Paul Norman of Cycling Weekly

Read the full article here.

Learn more about the KTV Drive Pro here.

 

ZECTO DRIVE MAX – ROAD.CC

“The Lezyne Zecto Drive Max 250 has a range of modes that start at sensible light output and increase to the ever so slightly insane with a mighty 250 lumens topping the bill. Each one has its use though and allows you to balance power with battery life whatever the conditions…The Lezyne is well built too and what it lacks in shininess it makes up for in robustness; it’ll definitely take some abuse. If you want one of the brightest rear lights on the market I’d probably not look any farther than the Zecto Max 250.” -Stu Kerton of Road.cc

Read the full article here.

Learn more about the Zecto Drive Max here.

 

SUPER GPS SE – (THREE COOL TRAVEL BITS) PELOTON MAGAZINE

“To get a full-function cycling GPS without strapping what looks like an iPad to your bars look no further than the Lezyne Super GPS. It does everything you could ask for, including turn-by-turn navigation, in a 43mm × 68mm package with a battery that lasts more than 20 hours. Unless you’re riding the Tour, you charge this thing just once a week. It has smartphone notification, Strava segments and live tracking, Bluetooth Smart, ANT+ and a companion app—and it costs hundreds less than units with comparable features. The new Limited Edition comes in blue and red, but that’s not all that’s new. Recently launched firmware allows you to load workouts from Training Peaks and Today’s Plan to the Super GPS to execute right from your bars. In addition to the usual power data, it displays left/right smoothness and left/right torque effectiveness. Combined with the new workout features the Lezyne Super GPS is a potent tool in a small package, even for elite riders.” -Peloton Magazine

Read the full article here.

 

SUPER GPS (LOADED BUNDLE) – ROAD.CC

Dave Atkinson of Road.cc

“The Lezyne Super GPS is good value for money. For the RRP of £200 you’re getting good battery life, ANT+ and Bluetooth connectivity with sensors included, the ability to upload directly to Strava and to display Strava live segments, really good battery life… There’s a lot to like about it.” -Dave Atkinson of Road.cc

Read the full article here.

Learn more about the Super GPS here.

POWER DRIVE 1100i (LOADED) – RIDING GRAVEL

Guitar Ted of Riding Gravel

“…The Lezyne 1100i is a compelling light for endurance gravel and certainly for more adventure based riding where the long run times of the Power Pack and the generous light pattern would be a real boon. It even includes a low-low-low light mode for walking along if the situation warrants and you find yourself afoot. It is well made and backed by a company you can actually call and talk to…something that might be impossible for a bargain, direct to you, Chinese light offering.” -Guitar Ted of Riding Gravel

Read the full article here.

Learn more about the Power Drive 1100i here.

 

DIGITAL ALLOY DRIVE – CYCLING WEEKLY

Paul Norman of Cycling Weekly

“There are a few occasions when accurate tyre pressure measurement makes a lot of difference. The Lezyne Digital Alloy Drive makes dialing it in a lot easier…The Lezyne Digital Alloy Drive lets you inflate higher volumes quickly and gives you an accurate pressure reading down to the nearest 1psi.” -Paul Norman of Cycling Weekly

Read the full article here.

Learn more about the Digital Alloy Drive here.

 

ALLOY OVER DRIVE – OFF.ROAD.CC

Rachael Gurney of Off.Road.cc

“Lezyne make products that ooze quality and this Alloy Over Drive track pump is no different. Aside from it’s good looks the pump delivers a high volume to efficiently inflate larger volume tyres…If all my money was to be spent on aesthetically pleasing products you’d be able to take my money for this track pump time and time again. The oversized aluminium barrel and base are simplistic with a minimalist vibe, the large gauge is unassuming yet practical and it is topped out with an ergonomic, smooth wooden handle, that looks like it will age like a well ridden Brookes saddle.” -Rachael Gurney of Off.Road.cc

Read the full review here.

Learn more about the Alloy Over Drive here.

 

DIGITAL HAND PUMPS – THE RADAVIST

“For those obsessed with dialing in the correct pressure on the trail, fret no longer. Lezyne’s compact and capable hand pumps just got a digital facelift, now allowing you to get the right amount of pressure into your off-road tires. Head to your local dealer to see these in-person and roll on over to Lezyne’s new blog post to read more.” -The Radavist

Read the full article here.