Lezyne Mega Drive Lights

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MSRP : $227.99

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Product Description

The Lezyne Mega Drive is the ultimate, compact, self-contained performance light. It is designed with a CNC sculpted aluminum body, MOR Optics, and Constant Current power management driving dual LEDs. The Mega Drive puts out an incredibly bright 1000 lumens in Blast mode, 500 lumens in Enduro mode, and 200 lumens in Economy mode.
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Lezyne Mega Drive Pro Review

This is a compelling new light from Leyzne. It measured 1100 Lumens on our sphere and displayed a beam with good throw and spill. It has all the right moves and is available for $200. Mounting is done with a plastic or optional aluminum handlebar mount. Two different sizes are used for the standard or oversized bars. Continue reading →

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Lezyne mega drive

I just got this light and it certainly is bright. However, I've done two night rides with it and it has popped off the handle bar mounts each time. Never had this problem with any of my NRs. I suspect it may be caused by me adjusting the angle as I was riding. I've adjusted the NRs without issues wh ... Read More »

Taz 1200 or Lezyne Mega drive

I need a new light for the one 24 hour race I do each year. I want a cordless light because most of the year the light will serve as a commuter light. Any thoughts on which light is best?Read More »

Anyone have the Lezyne Mega Drive?

Dying to hear from a real person with real world experience, everything on the web at the moment is marketing hype. It went on sale in the U.S. a couple days ago, but no reviews on the web to speak of. Anybody out there take the plunge and feel like sharing?Read More »

Value of Deore XT and mega drive train

I would like some feedback about the value of a crankset and drive train upgrade that a seller did on his bike and whether his bike is overpriced or worth the $700.00 asking price. It is a 19 inch 2010 Rockhopper Comp Disc (hardtail). It has low miles and appears to be in excellent condition. Sel ... Read More »

FSA V-Drive w/ Mega Exo BB Info Needed

am a heavy person and for my Clydesdale I would like to add these affordable cranks (SS) to my Italian threaded 70mm frame... Can I get a std ($50) FSA Mega Exo Italian BB assy for these Cranks? or am I limited to English threads only! thx, Chris Hazard Richmond, VA.Read More »

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