Lezyne Pressure Drive Pump

Lezyne Pressure Drive Pump
Lezyne Pressure Drive Pump
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Pressure Drive Pump by Lezyne
Lezyne has made portable bike pumps an art form. These beautifully designed pumps are more than pretty, however. The CNC-machined Pressure Drive pump makes your miserable road- or trail-side repair a bit less miserable with a large, 20mm barrel that inflates your tire faster and a removable hose that doesn't have to be held at exactly the right angle, like most mini pumps. The thread on head means that you don't have to hold the pump between your spokes, either. The high-pressure design was made to pump up road bike tires--it goes all the way to 120psi. Lezyne was also thoughtful enough to include a frame mount for convenience.

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