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Lezyne Micro Floor Drive High Pressure Pump $0.00
Stand comfortably while you pump up your bike tire.
Ever wish you could bring your floor pump along with you when you ride? Lezyne understands your desire to not wrestle with a hand pump and created the Micro Floor Drive High-Pressure Pump just for you. This slim, sleek floor pump isn't much larger or heavier than a hand pump, and it attaches to your bike. The Micro Floor Drive features an oversized piston for efficient pumping and a folding stainless-steel wire foot peg for stability without much added weight. *Choose a Micro Floor Drive Pump with or without a gauge from the pull-down menu.
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Q1. What is the size of this pump? (How...
Q1. What is the size of this pump? (How long?)
Q2. Can it be mounted on the bike?
how low does the guage read accurately...will...
how low does the guage read accurately...will it go as low as 5psi??
I want a pump to use for mountain bike and...
I want a pump to use for mountain bike and road bike Should I choose the High pressure or high volume pump? The main goal is to get the tire to the correct pressure quickly and easy unlike the current hand pumps i am using.
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my leyzne high pressure pump at tube already...
my leyzne high pressure pump at tube already broke...is that any sparts to change???
Lezyne offers replacement parts for almost every piece of every pump. And while I don't see that specific hose on their site, I bet if you hit them up they would be happy to get you set up. Please let us know how it goes. Good luck.
Pretty good review
The Ultimate Pump
This Pump with the gauge option, is in my opinion, the best pump available for touring and mountain biking. I EDC this pump in my Chrome Citizen Messenger Bag.
Lezyne Micro Floor Pump w/guage
My wife and i are recreational riders in the Albuquerque area doing 20 to 60 mile rides. I bought two pumps with guage - the screw on hose (for presta valve) and off set mounting next to the bottle cage were the deciding factors. The pumps were used to inflate 700x23 and 29x2.1 tires to the desired pressures initially to verify pump performance then mounted on the bikes. The pump performs as it should and should last for a long time.
Excellent Pump for Road Enthusiasts
I can't say how practical it might be to race with this pump, but as an enthusiast I have found this to be an invaluable little piece of equipment. The ability to leave the bike standing and use this thing like a regular floor pump makes airing up on the roads/trails much, much easier than with traditional hand pumps. I can get to 120 psi with such ease that it has also replaced the "full size" floor pump in my garage--when I need air, I reach for this pump now every time. I haven't had to use the schraeder adapter yet, but it's nice to know that I could just use it just as easily if I ever needed to. And the thing is very light to boot. A great product, hands down.
You show (2) of these particular pumps one...
You show (2) of these particular pumps one says "high pressure" and the other "high volume". I'm not sure what's the difference?? I need to order two but not sure which one to purchase. Also is it 160 psi???????
Buy the high pressure if you're using it for a road bike. Buy the high volume if you'll be using it for a mtn bike.
High pressure will pump up road tires quicker and to the correct pressure (usually more than 100psi).
The low pressure will fill up Mtn Bike tires quicker because they have more volume than a road tire and lower pressure (usually a lot lower than the 90psi it is rated for).