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TWO LEZYNE PRODUCTS LAND IN THE 2018 ROAD CYCLING UK 100

THE HOTTEST ROAD CYCLING PRODUCTS OF 2018

“Each year [Road Cycling UK] pull[s] together a list of the fastest, the lightest, and the most groundbreaking tech in the world of cycling. After hours in the saddle this is our definitive list of the gear you need to take your ride to the next level. This is the RCUK 100.”

 

SUPER GPS AND SUPER GPS SE

Photo by Robin Pearson of Road Cycling UK

“We first stuck the Lezyne Super GPS in the RCUK 100 back in 2016 and it returns this year as an excellent value-for-money alternative to those at the top of the market. Lezyne have made their name as accessories experts, and their GPS computer line-up fully reflects that – so value-for-money is not a euphemism for low quality either … the Lezyne Super GPS remains one of the top value-for-money bike computers on the market.”

Photo by Robin Pearson of Road Cycling UK

“If you want to see your data on the fly, in a reliable package that doesn’t break the bank, the Lezyne Super GPS should be high on your wishlist.”

Photo by Robin Pearson of Road Cycling UK

Words by Colin Henrys of Road Cycling UK. Read the full article on RCUK here.

Learn more about the Super GPS here.

Learn more about the Super GPS Special Edition here.

 

 

STRIP DRIVE PRO 300

Photo by Robin Pearson of Road Cycling UK

“With a whole range of excellent bike lights, it says a lot that we found the Strip Drive Pro to be most impressive of all.”

Photo by Robin Pearson of Road Cycling UK

“Lezyne have long been purveyors of quality bike lights, and we’ve tested a fair few of them, including the impressive Laser Drive rear light, as well as front lights in the compact Micro Drive 500XL and larger Lite Drive 700XL, all of which summarily impressed. However, the Strip Drive Pro 300 could be the most impressive of all.”

Photo by Robin Pearson of Road Cycling UK

 

“Lezyne has always been very accommodating with its naming structure, with the number signifying the amount of lumens it can output. That’s 300, then, which to be frank is a number usually reserved for small front lights, rather than tail lights.”

Photo by Robin Pearson of Road Cycling UK

“The Strip Drive also comes fully waterproof, which is impressive given the bottom houses a USB drive key on the underside for direct charging into a powered port, and it fits easily to a seatpost or seatstay via a removable rubber strap, secured by a mouldable rearside on the body of the light.”

Photo by Robin Pearson of Road Cycling UK

Words by Ashley Quinlan of Road Cycling UK. Read the full article on RCUK here.

Learn more about the Strip Drive Pro 300 here.