--
SHARES
  

Lezyne sells everything from bike tools to lights and electronics, and each year at Interbike their booth offers up a slew of new and innovative products. Here’s a sampling of some of the newest mountain bike products on display.

photo: Jeff Barber

While some GPS devices are starting to look more like smartphones with full-color, touch-enabled screens, Lezyne (and others like Wahoo) are keeping things simple and optimized for the bike. What does that mean? For starters, it means a high-contrast screen that’s easy to read outdoors, and a simplified interface that doesn’t require a lot of tapping, scrolling, or pinching.

The new Lezyne Mega XL can be mounted in portrait or landscape mode, and offers a bevy of features like real-time location sharing and turn-by-turn directions when paired with a smartphone. The Mega XL can store offline maps, and Lezyne is offering the Mega XL in a number of limited-edition colors. Pricing starts at just $199, making this a solidly-affordable choice.

BUY NOW

photo: Jeff Barber

photo: Jeff Barber

Tire plugs are the hot new emergency trail repair item (if there is such a thing), and Lezyne has a couple options to choose from. The first photo above shows Lezyne’s $19.99 “Tubeless Kit” which comes with five tire plugs that can be stored inside the tube. The body also doubles as a handle for the tool.

The next photo above shows the “Classic Tubeless Kit” which takes up a bit more space in a pack but features a T-handle and a more affordable price of $9.99.

photo: Jeff Barber

It seems like pretty much everyone is coming out with a portable, multi-bit torque tool this year, and Lezyne is no exception. The Torque Drive can be used as a T- or L-shaped tool, and includes a number of magnetic bits for just about every part on a bike. Torque values range from 2-9Nm. Priced at $49.99, the Torque Drive costs more than a standard multi-tool, but is still very affordable for a torque tool.

Look for similar, trail-worthy torque multi-tools from Prestacycle, Topeak, and others.

photo: Jeff Barber

Mountain bikers are stashing tools everywhere, from steerer tubes to handlebar ends to crank spindles and downtubes. So, why not add tools to the handle of a shop pump?

The $99 Shop Floor Drive includes a multi-tool, 4 tire levers, and patches inside the handles. This could actually come in handy for the unorganized home mechanic (guilty) who is always fumbling for the right tool.

BUY NOW

photo: Jeff Barber

The new Lezyne Multi Drive LED light produces up to 1,000 lumens and features a separate battery pack to make helmet mounting easier and more comfortable. The light comes with a ton of mounts in the box, and will retail for $169.99. Look for a more in-depth review from Singletracks soon.

--
SHARES
  
# Comments

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.


Trending