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Lezyne Tech Drive HP Pump


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Compact and convenient

Lezyne’s sleek design for the Tech Drive HP Pump offers a convenient way to prevent you from getting stranded somewhere with a bum tire. The Tech Drive HP Pump is made with lightweight and durable CNC-machined aluminum and can inflate tires to riding pressure with 30% fewer strokes than conventional hard pumps. The pump also features an ABS Flex Hose with the Air Bleed System to ensure precise and effortless pressure regulation. With its compact design and a Composite Matrix mounting bracket included, the pump is a cinch to transport. The Tech Drive HP has a maximum of 120psi, and is compatible with Presta and Schrader valves.

  • CNC-machined aluminum
  • ABS Flex Hose with the Air Bleed System
  • Compact design
  • Composite Matrix mounting bracket included
  • Compatible with Presta and Schrader valves
  • Item #LED0124

(small) 170 mm, (medium) 216 mm
Valve Type
Presta, Schrader
Max Pressure
120 PSI 8.3 bar
yes, ABS (Air Bleed Equipped)
Claimed Weight
87 g
Recommended Use
roadside inflation

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Built to Last

I've put it through the wringer

I've gone through a handful of mini pumps the last few years, and this Tech Drive HP is by far my favorite. The CNC-machined aluminum design is sleek and feels indestructible. All the connection points on the pump and hose are metal and should last quite awhile with proper handling. The volume of air this pump pushes is also pretty impressive. It doesn't take too long to pump up a roadside flat, and gets you back on the road in no time.

>Rating: 5

Awesome pump

Easy to use and compact.

>Rating: 5

Truly outstanding pump!

I've put it through the wringer

Biggest problems with portable pumps for roadies? a) Not enough pressure on the just-installed tire. b) Tiresome and awkward positions you assume to pump the tire and it never gets enough pressure... unless or until you get home or have a support car behind you with a floor pump. This pump will get you the ideal pressure your tubular/clincher needs, right then and there, quickly, easily. Boom! Done! Get back on it and hammer! :) FAN-TAS-TIC!

>Rating: 5

The best pump next to CO2

I've put it through the wringer

This is a nice little pump for the money...I love Lezyne pumps.they work...and this one 120 psi it gives you just that. It's never let me down.It fell out of my back jersey pocket once and was ran over by a car and still works.It didn't bend it up just a few scratches.

>Rating: 5


I've put it through the wringer

Great pump. super compact and easy to use. not a single complaint and have used it many times

>Rating: 5

Excellent inflator

Sleek, bombproof and gets the job done. I like the flexible hose. It makes it easier to use than a thumb lock chuck and reminds me of my frame pump from the '70s

>Rating: 5

gets the job done

This pump is very easy to attach to your bike at the water bottle cage mount areas with those two screws. Tucks nicely away from pedals. Easy to use for either type of valve you have.

>Rating: 4

Not that small

Might be a great pump (the hidden hose is a nice feature), but it's longer than the specs say -- about 7.5 inches -- which made it too long for my pack or pocket.

>Rating: 4

Great Riding Pump

I needed a small pump for emergencies when out riding. The Tech Drive HP fit the bill nicely. The design is intelligent and when in "storage" mode is plenty small to clip next to a bottle cage or store in a jersey pocket. The included mounting bracket gets the job done if you want to keep the pump on your bike frame. Typical of Lezyne, build quality feels excellent and I look forward to many more miles with this pump along just in case.


What is the difference b/w this pump and...

What is the difference b/w this pump and the Road Drive pump?? The medium in both seem to be same length and weight. Difference??