I forgot to mention some things. Both pumps, the Lezyne and the Topeak got rave reviews, so both are excellent pumps and I can attest to that. The Lezyne looks nicer and is a bit lighter plus the hose is contained inside the pump thus it looks neater. However after just receiving the Topeak a couple of days ago and trying it out , the Topeak actually seems to inflate tires a bit better which honestly surprised me. But as mentioned the price of accessories is what turned me off initially, and now the inflation capability is better with the cheaper Topeak pump.
I say save your money and get the Topeak unless looks and/or weight is more crucial for you.
Last edited by rekmeyata; 07-22-11 at 10:22 AM.
markrj, that Uvex is pretty light, ain't it? I'd try one on if I find it -- sometimes I wish my S-Works had a bug net.
My most recent noteworthy purchase:
I've used it almost every day over the past two weeks, but only twice on the bike -- the rest of the time it's been for cardio or circuit workouts. Pretty cool early Christmas present from the wife.
Just bought a Yakima roof rack and carrier, once I realized, the hard way, that our tandem won't fit into our CR-V, no how, no way, and sticks out way too far on a rear carrier. Kind of painful to spend more on a rack than I spent on my primary road bike (1997 Trek 1200)
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FR-301 in 56 cm
Downtube shifters for my latest vintage ride. I'm embarrassed to ride it with stem shifters.
Having a flat tire as part of the total cycling experience is highly overrated. Knowing how to fix one quickly is not.
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'89 Raleigh Technium PRE
'79 Motobecane Super Mirage
2011 Fuji SST 3.0
Santini Shadow Jersey...
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