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LezyneStorage Drive


Item # LED009R

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Item # LED009R

Storage Drive

The Lezyne Storage Drive is the easy way to keep a variety of bits with you while taking up a minimal amount of space. With a magnet securing the bit, you can work on your bike without worrying about it coming out of place. Alternative bits nestle into the handle when they aren't in use, ensuring that you have the one you need when something happens on the road or trail. Lezyne included a mounting strap that adjusts to your frame for secure mounting, so you don't have to find a place in your pocket or pack—just strap it on and start pedaling.

  • Drive keeps your bits on your bike
  • Machined aluminum construction is lightweight
  • Integrated magnet secures bits during use
  • Bits fit into the handle for storage
  • Mounting strap secures it to your frame

Tech Specs
Handlemachined aluminum
Wrench[hex] 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, [star] T25, T30
Recommended Usebike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Essential with thru axles w/o QR

I've used it several times

If you have a bike with thru axles and no quick releases you may find this item essential. The "T" handle slides easily into multiple spots to allow for the greatest leverage. My old multi-tool is just too small to generate the leverage needed to release a stubborn thru axle. This tool fits the bill and it is light & compact. Be aware that the tool may not come with the stated bits; mine did not come with the 6mm bit, which was the one I needed. Luckily I had a spare in my toolbox.