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Description

Powerful and portable.

More powerful than its compact size suggests, the Lezyne Micro Drive HP Pump provides 160PSI of maximum pressure to your tires. The Air Bleed System (ABS) with Flip-Thread Chuck works with both Presta and Schrader valves, thanks to its dual-sided screw interface. Its built-in button bleeds out Presta valves for fine-tuning pressure, also alleviating built-up pressure within the hose when you're removing it from Schrader valves. Additionally, you'll find its stainless steel wire foot peg provides a stable platform when you're pumping up your tire, while the included Composite Matrix frame mount easily attaches to your bike frame for maximum portability. Please note that this pump comes in two versions, one with a built-in pressure gauge and one without for a lighter overall weight.

  • 160PSI maximum pressure
  • Air Bleed System (ABS) Flip-Thread Chuck
  • Works with Presta and Schrader valves
  • Built-in pressure gauge (model-specific)
  • Stainless steel wire foot peg (extends 35mm)
  • Composite Matrix frame mount

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4 5

Nice Pump

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love the sleekness of this pump and how tightly it stores up after screwing the chuck into the base. Everything high quality and works great, however the one complaint is the functionality of the gauge. Not real precise and difficult to see, I use it as a general guideline and then adjust pressure by feel. Having said would still recommend!

5 5

great pick up

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

this pump gets the job done super quick and the longer hose is great

5 5

Best pack pump

I don't dread the possibility of a flat with this in my pack. Saves a lot of energy compared to a traditional pack pump...like 50% (unverified). The valve can be finicky, just use patience. I don't trust any pressure gauge other than my index finger and thumb, so I don't bother with the gauge.

Useless

Useless

The gauge is useless, but it is useless in both bar and psi.

Responded on

Dumb question but how do you check pressure on your tire then when you have a flat on the road if the gauge is inaccurate?

Tidy

Tidy

Chuck screws to base to keep foot closed and to neaten hose storage. Hose holds pump handle in compressed state.

5 5

Portable, but with Floor Pump Pressures

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

There are two version of this pump: the HP version (high pressure, for road bikes) and the HV version (high volume, for mountain bike). Make sure you get the right one.

Fits in my hydration pack, pumps fast, fantastic build quality.

Lezyne's "screw on" chuck system seems strange at first, but it is a superior design: positive seal, no leakage, and foolproof operation.

4 5

Great pump with caveats

I got the HPG version. Much easier than other hand pumps to get your tire to pressure, since you can anchor to the ground. Pressure gauge is accurate (tested against my floor pump at home). Overall, solid pump.

Caveat 1: the hose got unscrewed near the pressure gauge and was leaking air. You can tighten it by hand and are good to go. Seems like a bizarre design flaw and scared me, but not really an issue.

Caveat 2: the pump rattles on my bike when in the frame mount. Since it is so long, when I go over big bumps, it will clatter against the frame. This was a deal breaker for me on my carbon bike. This pump now lives on my aluminum commuter, where it serves me well.

5 5

A road pump that's actually functional

Most road pumps now are designed to be super tiny and light. Problem is, they can barely inflate a road tire. Most of the time, you would give up and just call an under inflated tire good enough. Not with this bad boy. 110 psi- no problem. Its not tiny, that's for sure, but it fits nicely out of the way next to my seat tube bottle cage. It is however deceptively light for its size. My hardcore weight weenie buddy saw it and I could tell by the look on his face, he was thinking "Omg, that pump is enormous". Then I handed it to him and he said "Wow, that's actually really light". I don't see him getting one soon, but he was impressed that it could get a tire up to full pressure quite easily, especially compared to my Topeak Pocket Rocket. I mostly ride alone, so I have to be able to fix anything that goes wrong or I'm going to be walking. I have yet to have to use it on a ride, but I have tried it out and it definitely works very well. Leave it at home on race day, but every other ride, make sure you have it.

A road pump that's actually functional
4 5

Easy to Pack

This is a great pump for keeping with you in your pack. It does the job and was reliable when we used it. I would recommend this product.

5 5

Simple

This pump is my favorite trail pump that I have owned. It pumps well and the inline pressure gauge is a nice addition. Being able to place the pump on the ground with and pump makes easy work of fixing a flat.

5 5

Gets the job done

The full aluminum body is impressive. It does have the odd side effect of getting warm when you're pumping, but not hot enough for that to be a negative thing.

160psi is amazing for a pump this size. Obviously it doesn't replace a floor pump for speed, but if you're in the middle of a century and don't have the option of limping home on an under-inflated tire this will get you up to your normal pressure.