GRAVEL FLOOR DRIVE LINEUP FOCUSES ON FAST, ACCURATE INFLATION FOR MID-VOLUME TIRES.
(SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — March 24, 2021) — Lezyne is proud to announce its new range of floor pumps designed and engineered specifically for gravel, road plus and other mid-volume tires.
Featuring a barrel diameter optimized for fast, easy inflation of gravel tires, the Gravel Floor Drive series pushes more air per stroke letting riders spend less time pumping and more time riding.
“We think effort is better spent riding, not filling up your tires,” said Micki Kozuschek, founder and CEO of Lezyne. “From the optimized barrel design to our all-new tubeless-friendly chuck, our new gravel pumps have been engineered at every turn to take the effort out of gravel inflation so riders can spend their time and effort where it matters—riding.”
Equally at home with pre-ride top-offs as seating tubeless tires, Lezyne’s new gravel floor pumps all feature the new Lezyne Tubeless Chuck. A flippable, thread-on design, the Tubeless Chuck easily threads onto Presta valve cores, or with the valve core removed, directly onto the Presta valve shaft in order to provide greater airflow for seating most tubeless tires. The chuck also features an integrated valve-core tool for easy valve tightening and removal.
The go-to pump for tires 32c and larger, the Gravel Floor Drive series features an effective max pressure rating of 100 PSI (6.9 BAR). Consisting of the Gravel Digital Drive Pro, Gravel Floor Drive and Sport Gravel Floor Drive, the range features large, easy-to-read 3.5” (89mm) gauges in both analog and digital varieties, and offer +/- .5 PSI (.3 BAR) accuracy.
A versatile, extra-long hose allows for easy inflation whether your bike is on the ground, in the work stand or hanging out on your hitch rack at the trailhead.
As with all Lezyne floor pumps, each and every pump is manufactured in-house, 100-percent quality-controlled and features rebuildable internals for long-lasting, trouble-free service.
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