Lezyne Stick Drive REAR – Red

£30.00 £22.00

SKU: SK-93453608000 Categories: ,

About the Lezyne Stick Drive An incredibly thin and lightweight rear light equipped with 8 super bright LED emitters. Its minimalistic design is optimized for versatility and ease of use. A simple o-ring securely straps it to the seatpost and an innovative magnetic attachment separates the light from the mount for a quick charge. It's equipped with an integrated USB stick for cable-free charging, providing up to an impressive 23 hours of runtime. The Wide Angle Optics lens creates up to 270° of visibility and the light outputs up to 30 lumens. With its narrow design and compact mount, the Stick Drive is the perfect rear LED for maintaining aerodynamics and attaching to a seatpost with minimal space, like dropper posts. Designed and produced in-house, the Stick Drive is engineered for long lasting durability and built to be highly water resistant. Key Features Disruptive Daytime Flash mode. Secure O-Ring strap. Max. 30 lumens. Narrow design. Compact mounting system. About Lezyne Lezyne engineers and produces premium quality bike accessories that meet the same high standards as high-end bicycle components. Lezyne combines a love for cycling and a passion for design, with exquisite design, intelligent engineering and superb functionality. Lezyne was started in 2007 and over the years, they have produced a wide range of high-quality, affordable cycling accessories. Lezyne's goal was to engineer and produce premium quality accessories that meet the same high standards as high-end bicycle components. Their world famous Lezyne lights and pumps are extremely popular, with the LED lights, floor pumps, hand pumps, CO2 systems, bottle cages, multi-tools, shop tools and tyre repair tools all testimony to the Lezyne ethos of Engineered Design. Lezyne is a cycling accessories industry leader with award winning products worldwide. Lezyne continues to raise the bar in the accessories market with each new range of accessories showcasing the companies innovation in the cycl