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Bike Rumor Tests the Alloy Hand Drive

Bike Rumor Tests the Alloy Hand Drive

Bike Rumor Tests the Alloy Hand Drive

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.

Robonza Reviews the Alloy Drive Hand Pump

Alloy Drive Hand Pump

Robonza Reviews the Alloy Drive Hand Pump

The riders of Robonza took to the mountain trails with our Lezyne Alloy Drive hand pump. It seems safe to say that they highly enjoyed using our premium high volume hand pump.

“Do you not have a pump or need a new pump? You totally do and you should buy the Lezyne Alloy Drive Pump. It is the best mini pump ever. We’ve all been there, you get a flat and 400 pumps latter you snap off the presta valve. The Lezyne Alloy Drive has a removable tube similar to a floor pump that not only prevents you from breaking off presta valves but also alloys you to get a secure connection on shorter valve stems.”

“I previously had a favorite pump, but on a group ride the other night there were 3 flats and one 38mm tube that would not let my mini pump fit on. I tried a valve extender, but that failed. My buddy whipped this out of his bag and the tube filled in like 30 seconds. AMAZING!”

Kind words from our friends at Robonza. Click here to view the full article for yourself.

Lezyne Alloy Drive 2014 The Ultimate Mountain Bike Hand Pump

Lezyne Alloy Drive 2014 The Ultimate Mountain Bike Hand Pump

Introducing the compact and high-volume Alloy Drive, the ultimate mountain bike hand pump.

The Alloy Drive is available in two sizes and in a variety of colors for customization and versatility.

The Alloy Drive’s full CNC machined aluminum construction uses an overlapping pump handle to maximize pump strokes while maintaining compactness, for fast and easy tire inflation wherever you may ride.

Weighing in at just 112 grams for small, and 128 grams for medium, the Alloy Drive features the high-volume ABS flex hose, capable of producing 90psi.

Learn more about the Alloy Drive HERE

Cyclocross Gift Guide Features Alloy Drive and SV-11 Tool

SV-11 Tool

Cyclocross Gift Guide Features Alloy Drive and SV-11 Tool

Cyclocross Magazine’s Holiday Gift Guide 2013 features the Alloy Drive Hand Pump and SV-11 multitool as their top gift ideas for the 2013 holiday season. The holidays may be over, but it’s never too soon to be thinking about next year, and we’re sure that that cycling Valentine of yours would love one of these!

Part 1 (with Alloy Drive)

Part 2 (with SV-11)

Lezyne Alloy Drive Review

Lezyne Alloy Drive Review

A super great review of our Alloy Drive after it’s been beat for quite some time.

“The Lezyne is a joy to use with a nice fluid action and a thick handle to get a good grip. Some will be quick to mention that the Brompton already comes with a frame pump so why should you need another? Simply put, the included Brompton pump works best as an emergency pump in our opinion. It’s a small frame-style pump which will get the job done, but you do have to pay special attention to keep it from wrenching off a valve stem.

We’ve used the Lezyne Alloy Drive pump on our last two tours with the Brompton. During that time its been used heavily and has managed to survive the elements since we keep it in an outside pocket.”

Lezyne Alloy Drive Review

Lezyne Alloy Drive Review

Recommendation: Highly Recommend

Pros:

-small
-lightweight
-flex hose prevents snapping of valves
-well made, nice pump action

Cons:
-a little spendier than other pumps
-screwing of hose adds a little time to process

Check out the ENTIRE review HERE on thepathlesspedalled.com.