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LezyneCNC Drive Floor Pump


Item # LED007E

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Item # LED007E

Sleek and powerful.

Floor pumps are one of those invisible pieces of cycling gear that most of us tend to take for granted, but are integral to the sport. The fact that we tend not to think about pumps doesn't diminish their importance, but if you have a pump of the Lezyne CNC Drive ABS-2 Floor Pump's caliber, you'll really want to use it at every opportunity.

The CNC Drive is a premium floor pump from Lezyne. As the name implies, it features a fully CNC-machined aluminum construction: barrel, piston, base, handle, and oversized 3.5in gauge for easy readout of pressure. It includes Lezyne's ABS1 Pro, which accommodates both Presta and Schrader valves. The ABS1 Pro has an air-bleed button for fine-tuning your tire pressure, as well as an integrated valve core wrench for regular maintenance.

  • Premium floor pump with a sleek and sophisticated look
  • CNC-machined aluminum construction for upscale quality
  • High-pressure output to 220psi for quick tire inflation
  • Oversized 3.5-inch gauge for easy readout of pressure
  • ABS1 Pro accommodates both Presta and Schrader valves
  • Air-bleed button and integrated valve core wrench
Tech Specs
Tech Specs
CNC-machined aluminum
6 x 8 x 25in
Valve Type
Schrader, Presta
Max Pressure
air-bleed button
Recommended Use
bike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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Terrible Pump

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This pump is incredibly frustrating. Sometimes it threads onto a valve, sometimes it doesn’t. Sometimes it leaks, sometimes it doesn’t. Ultimately it has not been reliable and it’s wasting space in my garage.


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

There’s some problem with the valve that comes with the high performance pump. I’m able to screw it on okay after tapping the presta valve, and after a couple of hard pumps to start the process. It feels like breaking a seal. BUT too often the process of unscrewing the pump valve also unscrews the tube valve. It’s insane! How could this major design flaw have been missed? I’ll probably try to contact Lezyne since I actually bought it when Performance was closing down its brick and mortar shops.

Love the pump, hate the chuck to the point I didn't want to inflate the tires which meant I didn't ride.

Will install a Silica instead.

Worth the money

    I got this pump to upgrade a cheaper one I had gotten off of amazon and you can tell where the value is. It takes a little extra time screwing the valve on but it is the most effective way of connecting and efficiently delivery air to your tires. I know the price may be discouraging for others like it was for me but a shop friend told me a good pump is a worthwhile piece of equipment that you should have for a long long time. Kudos Lezyne!!

    Doesn't do what it says on the tin

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I screw the chuck adapter onto the opened presta valve, and try to pump air, but no air ever goes in the tube. I also can't bleed the tube. It looks like there's nothing inside the adapter to push the presta head in. Am I just an idiot who can't figure out how to use a bicycle pump? The instructions aren't exactly helpful in determining which end is defective (me or Lezyne).

    Update after over a month of daily use: very finicky; works for most NEW tubes and valve cores, but once they get even slightly sticky it won't work. Doesn't matter how many times you tap them or work them. If the tire has 95psi and I want to top it off to 105psi, no air goes into an old tube. It works if the tire is first fully deflated and fully reinflated, but for just topping it off the pressure differential isn't sufficient to overcome a small amount of valve friction. The bleeder never works with presta valves, as soon as the button is even touched the valve shuts. This feature simply doesn't work. This is a design defect and they should stop advertising it or make it clear it's not applicable to presta valves in their marketing collateral.