Lezyne Micro Drive HP Pump

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Item # LED0127

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Item # LED0127

Better than being a two-pump chump.

Some would have you believe that chaos is the natural current of the universe; we see the logic. Chaos expands the boundaries of space. Chaos created the necessity for agriculture. And chaos gives you flat tires when you're trying to get from A to B. The Lezyne Micro Floor Drive HP Pump doesn't care if these events are interwoven effects of a butterfly flapping its wings in Paraguay or not. Its very existence is predicated upon rounding out the cosmic playing field, and restoring balance to a universe of annoying variables. By reinvigorating the power within us to be the master of our own destinies, the Micro Floor Drive HP Pump is a shield in the battle of mankind against roadside nails and thorns. You'll never be stranded again; that is, unless you forgot a tube.

At only 260mm, the Micro Floor Drive is a travel pump that delivers the ease-of-use, and the maximum PSI, of a floor pump. The Micro Floor Drive is capable of an impressive maximum pressure of 160psi. It also features a stainless steel folding foot peg that sticks out around 35mm from the base when unfolded. For durability and weight reduction, the base, shaft, barrel, and 40mm-wide handle are all constructed of CNC-machined aluminum.

The Micro Floor Drive uses a 60cm long rubber hose that comes equipped with the Lezyne Flip Thread chuck for both Presta/Schrader valve interactions. The chuck also has the Lezyne Air Bleed System for micro-adjustments to pressure, or to back out the pump without air loss. The Micro Floor Drive works so well as a floor pump, it also includes the 90 degree bend Lezyne Speed Chuck for slip-fitting and precariously positioned valves.

The Micro Floor Drive HP Pump is being offered in two versions; HP and HPG. The HP is the standard version of the pump, and the HPG includes an in-line pressure gauge.

The Lezyne Micro Floor Drive HP Pump is available in one size, and has a maximum pressure of 160psi. A Composite Matrix mount is also included.

  • ABS (Air Bleed System) allows user to dial in the exact pressure with ease
  • 60-centimeter hose makes those hard-to-reach places easy to access
  • Tough, CNC-machined aluminum for years of use
  • Flip-Thread Chuck for easy Schrader or Presta inflation
  • Stainless steel wire foot peg provides stability in a unstable world
  • Composite Matrix frame mount included

  • 160PSI maximum pressure
  • Air Bleed System (ABS) Flip-Thread Chuck
  • Works with Presta and Schrader valves
  • Built-in pressure gauge (model-specific)
  • Stainless steel wire foot peg (extends 35mm)
  • Composite Matrix frame mount

Tech Specs

Material:
[barrel ], [hose]
Dimensions:
300 mm
Valve Type:
Presta, Schrader
Max Pressure:
160 PSI
Hose Length:
60 cm
Deflate:
yes, ABS (Air Bleed System)
Claimed Weight:
194 g
Recommended Use:
inflation

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Love It!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The size and durability of this pump is wonderful. Its small enough to comfortably fit in my bike pack perfect for those unexpected punctures. I take it with me on every ride, great product!

Avg. ride time: 7h 52m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

Great compact pump

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This has some great features that make it one of the better "backpack pumps" I've used.

- Nozzle can thread into your presta or shcrader stem - this is an awesome feature if you ever run into a situation where you have a spare tube that has too short of a stem

- Rubber hose gives you latitude to move around - you won't break your spare tube stem off in the middle of the mountains because you had Stans sealant all over your hands and you accidentally slipped while trying to pump up the tire (true story)

- Thing is lightweight

If I had to do it all over again, I would purchase the high volume version of this pump. If you're really concerned about weight, this pump is awesome but it will take a little longer to fill the tires.

Actually love having to use it!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The pump is well built, the gauge has been accurate for the past five months (I have been regularly comparing pressure to my Lezyne floor pump), the foot peg is not a gimmick it is actually functional. No need to worry about the hose flopping around the valve screws in. Packs a good amount of air in each pump.
A bit about the feels and what this pump has given me.
I used to get angry and frustrated when I got a flat and wondered why that torn or rock had chosen to puncture my tire over all the other tires and why it was placed in my path. Then I got the Lezyne Micro Floor Drive and I haven't cursed or angrily taken my tire off since. Every flat I get brings a smile to my face knowing that Im about to use this great tool.

Commuter's Dream

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

If you bike commute, you're probably using a backpack or panniers. I'd also say you're not riding your carbon fiber baby to work everyday unless you live someplace where the roads are perfect and it never rains. After nodding in agreement, you've also noticed your tires are a bit wider than the average road bike and have discovered the standard 16g CO2 canister leaves them a bit too squishy for your liking.

Congratulations, this pump is perfect for you! It will fit in your pack, you won't really notice the added weight over CO2, and it will inflate your slightly wider tires with ease (I'd recommend Gator Hardshell in 32c if you're looking for a set).

Don't leave home without it!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have the HV (high volume) version of this pump for my fat bike and carry a separate low pressure gauge. This pump makes airing the tires down and back up quick and easy! Sometimes I ride on pavement to the trailhead and need more pressure, then air down when I get to the trail. Makes changing the pressure a breeze! I love how it screws on to the valve so it won't accidentally bend and break it off when taking the pump on and off. Small enough to fit into a small pack. I highly recommend it!

Don't leave home without it!
Avg. ride time: 11m per week
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Fast, fast, fast

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is a good looking, and well built mini pump. I carry it in my Camelback Hawg NV when I am commuting. I save my co2 for when I'm riding without my pack (i.e. not commuting). This pump performs well, and it inflates fast. I like the gauge, and it has been accurate for me. Almost like having a regular floor pump without the bulk. The handle, and shaft feedback is easy on the hands, especially with cycling gloves on. Without gloves is fine as well.

Fast, fast, fast

Nice Pump

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love the sleekness of this pump and how tightly it stores up after screwing the chuck into the base. Everything high quality and works great, however the one complaint is the functionality of the gauge. Not real precise and difficult to see, I use it as a general guideline and then adjust pressure by feel. Having said would still recommend!

Best pack pump

    I don't dread the possibility of a flat with this in my pack. Saves a lot of energy compared to a traditional pack pump...like 50% (unverified). The valve can be finicky, just use patience. I don't trust any pressure gauge other than my index finger and thumb, so I don't bother with the gauge.

    Portable, but with Floor Pump Pressures

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    There are two version of this pump: the HP version (high pressure, for road bikes) and the HV version (high volume, for mountain bike). Make sure you get the right one.



    Fits in my hydration pack, pumps fast, fantastic build quality.



    Lezyne's "screw on" chuck system seems strange at first, but it is a superior design: positive seal, no leakage, and foolproof operation.

    Great pump with caveats

      I got the HPG version. Much easier than other hand pumps to get your tire to pressure, since you can anchor to the ground. Pressure gauge is accurate (tested against my floor pump at home). Overall, solid pump.



      Caveat 1: the hose got unscrewed near the pressure gauge and was leaking air. You can tighten it by hand and are good to go. Seems like a bizarre design flaw and scared me, but not really an issue.



      Caveat 2: the pump rattles on my bike when in the frame mount. Since it is so long, when I go over big bumps, it will clatter against the frame. This was a deal breaker for me on my carbon bike. This pump now lives on my aluminum commuter, where it serves me well.

      A road pump that's actually functional

        Most road pumps now are designed to be super tiny and light. Problem is, they can barely inflate a road tire. Most of the time, you would give up and just call an under inflated tire good enough. Not with this bad boy. 110 psi- no problem. Its not tiny, that's for sure, but it fits nicely out of the way next to my seat tube bottle cage. It is however deceptively light for its size. My hardcore weight weenie buddy saw it and I could tell by the look on his face, he was thinking "Omg, that pump is enormous". Then I handed it to him and he said "Wow, that's actually really light". I don't see him getting one soon, but he was impressed that it could get a tire up to full pressure quite easily, especially compared to my Topeak Pocket Rocket. I mostly ride alone, so I have to be able to fix anything that goes wrong or I'm going to be walking. I have yet to have to use it on a ride, but I have tried it out and it definitely works very well. Leave it at home on race day, but every other ride, make sure you have it.

        A road pump that's actually functional