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Think of it as profanity prevention.

Drop enough in elevation and so will barometric pressure,leaving your once springy shock feeling like a ride in grandma's 1987 Oldsmobile. Fortunately, Lezyne came up with a gauged mini-pump that will blow other shock pumps away--literally. The Shock Drive pump’s 100% CNC machined aluminum housing makes it light and bomber, and when mushy shocks rear their ugly heads, happiness overtakes you as you pull your disaster aversion tool from your pack.

  • Light and compact design for easy carry
  • Precise gauge integrated into hose with 300 psi limit
  • Bleeder valve for fine tuning shock pressure

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2 5

Fail after two uses

The little red rubber is letting the air pass trought the gauge making the pump usless and unloading the air from the suspension.

3 5

Great quality, not great gauge

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Typical great Lezyne build quality and finish, the gauge can be a bit hard to read as it's pretty condensed.

3 5


Gauge is very strangely designed. It brags going up to 300 psi but I find it pointless. I would rather have more definition in the sub 100 range. The handle could also be better for pumping.

4 5

Decent Pump

This thing gets the job done. It's compact and very lightweight. The downsides, for me, is that it doesn't have a bleed valve so it's easy to put air into the shock but it take a bit longer if you have to take some out and add air again. Also, it goes to a very high PSI, but if you're using it on a front fork that operates around 100-120, the gradient isn't fine enough to see exactly how much air you're putting in. For the price, and with a bit of patience, it works just fine.

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There is a release valve; it's a little button on the pivot.