Lezyne's pint-sized GPS units have been a hit with riders, in part due to their relatively inexpensive prices, and for the company's 10th anniversary they've expanded the number of options. The smallest device, the Mini GPS ($100) has 10 hours of recording time, along with Bluetooth Smart compatibility that allows it to be connected with power meters and heart rate monitors. There's also a model with a color screen, the Micro C GPS ($160) that has an integrated barometer, accelerometer, and ANT+ compatibility.
When used with Leyzne's Ally app, riders can have e-mail, text, and incoming calls displayed on the screen, and there's even a way for selected individuals to be able to view your current location, speed, and the information from any other gadgets you've connected to the device, all from the comfort of their own computer. That way your buddies can laugh at the sufferfest you decided to embark on while they stayed home to eat pizza and drink beer.
Lezyne's new Digital Pressure Drive ($70) sees the addition of a digital gauge to their popular mini-pump. The hose unthreads and is stored in the body when not in use, and at 133 grams it's light enough to eliminate any excuses for leaving it at home.
A digital shock pump has also been added to the lineup; the $70 Digital Shock Drive will register pressures up to 350 psi, and uses Lezyne's zero-loss chuck design to help keep air in the shock (where it belongs) when the pump is removed.