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Lezyne Alloy Drive Floor Pump

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Steel tubes, artisan lugs, box-section rims, Merino wool jerseys. You know you love them, and when you ride, you're not dreaming of 50 millimeter carbon rims, you're imagining that you're the third wheel of the Bahamontes/Gaul rivalry. If you're the kind of cyclist who fetishizes the classic elements of cycling kit, then there's definitely a space in your life that's reserved for the Lezyne Alloy Drive Floor Pump. The pump's simple, durable aesthetics will get you pumped for your ride as you pump up your supple, tan-sidewall tires.

The Alloy Drive Pump houses a steel piston in a CNC-machined aluminum barrel and base. The handle is aluminum and wood for a touch of the organic, and the rubber hose and ABS Flip-Thread Chuck add a touch of contemporary functionality. If you consider the wood and steel a downgrade from aluminum, then you might consider this a step down from Lezyne's more expensive CNC Floor Drive pump; however, if you appreciate the romance of steel and the tactility of wood, than you'll be just fine with their inclusion here.

The Flip-Thread Chuck can be reversed for compatibility with both Presta and Schrader valves and includes a button that either releases hose pressure so you can gracefully remove it from the tube's valve (Presta) or bleeds pressure from the tube for exact PSI control (Schrader). The pump also includes a Speed Chuck, which effects a 90 degree angle on the otherwise straight-ahead Flip-Thread Chuck, allowing for use with deep rims and disc wheels that have limited valve clearance. The 3.5 inch gauge measures to a delightful 220 PSI.

The Lezyne Alloy Drive Floor Pump is available in the colors Black and Silver.

  • 220psi max inflation with oversized 3.5-inch gauge
  • ABS Flip-Thread Chuck accommodates Presta and Schrader valves
  • CNC-machined aluminum barrel and base
  • Varnished wood handle with aluminum accent
  • Anodized high-polish finish

Tech Specs

[body] CNC-machined aluminum, [piston] steel, [hose] rubber
5.9 x 7.9 x 25 in
Valve Type:
Presta, Schrader
Max Pressure:
220 PSI
yes, Schrader
Claimed Weight:
1600 g 3.5 lbs
Recommended Use:
cycling, mountain biking, historical bicycle fantasies
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Functional work of art

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

It's a thing of beauty and durable. Cast aluminum base with a CNC machined barrel that is SOLID! This pump is one of those items that you don't know whether to display on a mantle shelf or use it....and it effectively does what it's supposed to do. Large accurate gauge and good build quality. I bought the polished aluminum version because I prefer blonds. Absolutely no cons.


Barrel won't stay tight

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

The barrel on my 2 week old pump won't stay tight. The barrel wobbles when pumped. I try to tighten the barrel but it just spins. Some threads must be stripped. I can loosen it and remove it, but it won't get tight. In the trash it goes.


Vital part of my home shop.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I have a few different floor pumps and this one lives in the shop (never comes on the road with me). It's stable and inflates road and other high-pressure low-volume tires quickly and easily. Even my 105# wife can inflate her tires with this pump. Takes a little longer on fatties. If your stable consists of mostly mountain bikes, get the Dirt Drive pump. Not recommended to inflate tubeless, but then very few hand pumps are.

Some have complained about the speed chuck. My experience is that it's a mixed bag. The only problems I've had with the speed chuck are when I have a very short valve stem to work with. When the valve stem is short, the screw-on chuck shines. I have gone to using the screw-on chuck exclusively. Personally, I don't mind it. It takes 10 seconds to attach instead of two. It has eliminated bent cores, and the hose depressurizing valve is a nice touch. Care should be used when using on older cheap tubes as on rare occasions unscrewing the chuck can unscrew the core, too. Replacing the core is a minor inconvenience if it happens. Not a problem with better tubes where the core is in there properly. I don't have any disc wheels, so no experience using the chuck there.

Durability seems to be very good. Have had the pump about a three years now, and it services a stable of six bikes plus any of the neighbors when they swing by. Gets used at least 3-4 times a week, more during the season.

If I had to come up with a real complaint, it's that I wish the gauge were near the top of the pump rather than the foot, and that it had a movable dial marker to indicate quickly when I hit the desired pressure. The gauge is easy enough to read, though.

All-in-all, a pretty good pump and one that is a vital part of my home shop.


I dread using this pump

    I'm an avid road biker and pump up my tires at least twice a week and every I go fill my tires I get a terrible gut feeling of, "here we go again". Plastic speed chuck always disassembles when I remove the chuck form tire stem. When I don't use the chuck, twisting the pump head also twists the hose making it difficult to manage.