01.09.2014 - Bike Rumor Tackles Lezyne's Super Drive XL, Mega Drive, and Zecto Drive Pro
"As Lezyne puts it, just a few years ago there were no Lezyne Lights. Now, they're practically an electronics company. The Super Drive XL, Mega Drive, and Zecto Drive Pro offer just a small glimpse into their line up from the 160 lumen Zecto Pro to the blinding 1200 lumen Mega Drive." More
01.03.2013 - Bright Lights: Lezyne’s Super Drive
Engineered design makes the LED Super Drive a powerful biking companion. High-efficiency LEDs work with a specially-designed mirror polished parabolic reflector and front lens to give you focused brightness and excellent beam pattern. The aluminium enclosure makes for a sturdy light, and the 31.8mm and 25.4mm Composite Matrix bar bracket synergizes with an easy-on thumb screw.
10.11.2012 - MTBR covers Lezyne's 2013 Product Line
MTBR visited our booth at Interbike and shot a lot of videos and photos for your viewing pleasure. They are all super informative and helpful in introducing the new 2013 line of products to the consumer. It is absolutely worth the time to find out what actually drives us and what the end result in the product looks like. Enjoy. Link HERE.
04.02.2012 - Lezyne Super Drive review by The Hub Cyclery
A great review of the Lezyne Super Drive as a "bikepacking" light....sweet.
"This light is very powerful, lightweight, and relatively inexpensive. With four settings 450/300/100 lumens, plus blinking, it’s versatile to boot."
Check out the full review HERE.
02.07.2012 - Initial Review: Lezyne's Compact Super Drive Headlight
Thanks to all great folks over at BikeRumor.com, enlightening the world about all of the great and not so great products in the industry. In all honesty, I didn't expect to like Lezyne's Super Drive. As a commuter who regularly starts and finishes his morning commute in the dark, I've been spoiled by trail-ready 900+ Lumen lighting systems and the vision -and visibility- that they guarantee. Coming from substantially more powerful lighting systems, I wasn’t sure what a 450 Lumen light with a mere 90 minute runtime could offer- especially at $110. After about eight weeks of near-daily use, I now know- and have taken quite the shine to the little light. Click through to find out more...
01.31.2012 - Lezyne Super Drive Front Light Review
Smart light good for those who want a commuting torch powerful enough for occasional on and off-road night riding.
Lezyne have built a solid reputation in five short years for revolutionizing the multi-tool market, making tools for the first time sexy.
01.27.2012 - TwentyNineInches.com Reviews the Super and Mini Drive LED Lights
We at Twenty Nine Inches received a pair of Lezyne's 2012 LED lights a while back for test/review. We had heard about these new products last year at a Press Camp attended by Grannygear and when the products were ready, Grannygear and Guitar Ted each got a sample to test out. Granygear received the Mini Drive while Guitar Ted reviews the Super Drive here. Without further adieu, here are their thoughts on these new for Lezyne products, the Super Drive and Mini Drive LED lights.
01.17.2012 - LED Helmet Mount Finalized and Available Next Month and Super Drive Review
The guys of MTBR.com have released an in-depth, 2-page review of the Super Drive LED.
01.02.2012 - Lezyne LED Review by MTBR User
Here's a great review by Andy aka Rut on MTBR.
So last night was the first night I have been able to use our new Lezyne Super Drive lights. I mounted two on the bars and headed out for a few hour ride. I turned one on low and proceeded to do get into the 1 1/2 hour climb. With another person behind me, I was being "flooded" out by their light, but that was my doing. I did, after all, have the light on low.
12.23.2011 - HubPages Features Lezyne Lights
Lezyne Super Drive Light to Make Your Night Journey Pleasant and Secure.
A Lezyne Super Drive light is able to work longer (more than one thousand hours) comparatively. Like incandescent, it doesn’t get burnt quickly even if you frequently turn on and off. Though LED driving lights are expensive, their longevity makes it a worth buying car accessory. LED light can easily operate with the dimmer switch whereas an incandescent doesn’t. It makes your night driving easy because you don’t strain your eyes to see pot holes.
12.23.2011 - UPPGRADER Blog features Lezyne's Super Drive
UPPGRADER (a men's fashion, swag, and upscale product blog) features Lezyne's Super Drive. Pretty sexy. We are glad that Lezyne can roll with the best of them.
[$110] Night biking- it’s not the brightest idea in the world, but sometimes it happens. If you plan on doing any night biking, gear up with the 450 Lumen Lezyne Super Drive LED. The Super Drive uses a unique lens and reflector setup that illuminates near and far simultaneously without sacrificing visibility in either field. It’s programmable with three custom modes ranging from 150 to 450 Lumens (about 4 hours to 1.5 hours battery life). Housed in a tough aluminum body with composite handlebar attachment.
12.10.2011 - RennRad Mag Says Just Use the LED Super Drive
RennRad Mag shows how you can bring light in the darkest night – just use the new LED Super Drive.
11.14.2011 - New Super Drive Review
MTBR has posted an extremely thorough review on our new Super Drive LED.
Ahh Lezyne...they’re a fairly new company that quickly revolutionized tools and pumps. Early this spring, they held a press camp to announce their entry into the lights arena. At first, I didn’t give it a second look as it seemed like small commuter lights. But the more I looked at them and now that I’m using them, the more I find their products very compelling.