Press Release


Light beam with text E-bike Just Got a Whole Lot Brighter

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Lezyne, global cycling accessory manufacturer, is proud to announce its significantly expanded range of dedicated e-bike lighting and visibility solutions. 

Headlined by new high-performance, StVZO-compliant and high-voltage-compatible models, the lineup is designed to pair with most major e-bike powertrains, offering the perfect combination of powerful illumination and seamless integration.

The coming months will also see the addition of innovative new visibility features throughout the lineup. Ranging from Alert Technology-enabled, deceleration-sensing taillights to innovative day/night-sensing headlights with StVZO compliant high and low beams as well as outputs up to 1000 lumens.

“E-bikes will only continue to be a bigger and bigger part of cycling’s future and we’re committed to ensuring that the latest e-bike technology is met with industry-leading visibility solutions to match” said Micki Kozuschek, Lezyne's founder and CEO. “We’ve worked hard to position our lineup so that no matter the bike, no matter the application, whatever you do, we have a light for you. ”

Already trusted by many of the largest global cycling brands who have chosen to pair their e-bikes with Lezyne e-bike lighting systems as original equipment over the past four years, the growing product line now closely mirrors the ever-expanding range of e-bike applications, with additional lighting systems geared for commute, recreational and performance-oriented pursuits.

Lezyne’s e-bike lineup benefits from over a decade of technological advancements, employing sophisticated lens optics, innovative usability features  and advanced thermal management to maximize both visibility and efficiency while providing an optimal user experience.

For more information and to view Lezyne’s entire lineup of e-bike LED offerings, please visit

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Please direct OE inquiries to Nico Jeczawitz, Worldwide Sales Manager

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