Instruction Manuals

Here you can find instruction manuals, maintenance instructions and usage recommendations for all Leeze products.

Leeze Wheels Instruction Manual

(German)

Leeze Wheels Instruction Manual

(English)

Ceramicspeed Bearing Maintenance

(German & English)

Leeze Boom Board & Desk Instruction Manuals

(German & English)

Maximum tyre pressure and tyre width

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Approved tyre widths

Approved tyre width: 25-40 mm

Approved tyre width: 23-35 mm

Approved tyre width: 23-35 mm

Approved tyre width: 23-35 mm

Approved tyre width: 23-40 mm

30-65 mm (5 bar MAX.)

Only tubeless-compatible tyres are permitted (use with inner tube or milk possible)

Approved tyre width: 28-55 mm

Approved tyre width: 42-71 mm (3,1 bar MAX.)

Approved tyre width:

Tyres with inner tube: 8 bar
Tubeless: 6,5 bar

Tyres with inner tube: 7,5 bar
Tubeless: 6 bar

Tyres with inner tube: 7,5 bar
Tubeless: 5,5 bar

Tyres with inner tube: 7 bar
Tubeless: 4,5 bar

Tyres with inner tube: 6,5 bar
Tubeless: 4 bar

Tyres with inner tube: 5,5 bar
Tubeless: 4 bar

Tyres with inner tube: 5 bar
Tubeless: 4 bar

Tire pressure recommendation

A guide to air pressure on the road bike/all-road bike:
Tour Magazin "The correct air pressure for tyres"

Tyres with inner tube, rider weight in kg:

  • 25 mm Tyres with 19-21 mm inner width: 52 kg = 5,0 bar, 64 kg = 5,5 bar, 76 kg = 6,0 bar, 88 kg = 6,5 bar, 100 kg = 7,0 bar
  • 28 mm Tyres with 19-21 mm inner width: 52 kg = 4,5 bar, 64 kg = 5,0 bar, 76 kg = 5,5 bar, 88 kg = 5,8 bar, 100 kg = 6,3 bar
  • 32 mm Tyres with 19-21 mm inner width: 52 kg = 4,5 bar, 64 kg = 5,0 bar, 76 kg = 5,5 bar, 88 kg = 5,8 bar, 100 kg = 6,3 bar
  • 38-42 mm Tyres with 19-21 mm inner width: 52 kg = 2,3 bar, 64 kg = 2,6 bar, 76 kg = 2,9 bar, 88 kg = 3,2 bar, 100 kg = 3,5 bar

When using tubeless tyres, the air pressure can be reduced by 0.5-1 bar.

Leeze Wheelsets

Maintenance and care

Some general maintenance should be carried out to ensure your Leeze wheels continue to look like the high performing products they are.

Washing

Wash your rims, spokes and hubs regularly with mild soap and water. A clean rim not only looks better, but is also easier to check for damage.

Standing time

Store your wheels in a dry place. Let them dry after a wet ride and clean the end caps if necessary. If the bearings have not been moved for more than six months, we recommend that you have the bearings of your wheels checked. We recommend to send your wheelset to us for a wheelset check.

Centring

During the truing process, our wheels are pressed down several times. As a result, they are subjected to a significantly higher load than during normal riding. This allows us to ensure that you do not have to have your wheels re-centred. To guarantee perfect spoke tension and concentricity in the long term, we recommend carrying out regular wheel checks. Depending on the load, after 5-10,000 kilometres or 12-24 months.

Mount tyres

Use a plastic tyre lever as a last resort when fitting and removing tyres. Never use metal levers, screwdrivers, kitchen knives or any object other than a plastic tyre lever.

CLEANING THE FREEWHEEL

To increase the lifespan of your wheelset, you should regularly clean and re-grease the freehub system. To do this, you can remove the freehub body together with the cassette from the hub axle. Clean both the area of the ratchet blades and the spur gearing with a cloth. Then grease both areas with fresh all-purpose/freewheel grease. Always make sure that the spacer disc remains installed between the hub and freewheel bearings.

MOUNTING THE CASSETTE

When fitting the cassette, make sure that you grease the freehub beforehand to prevent the sprockets from digging into the faces of the freehub. Always tighten the locking ring of the cassette to the torque specified in the instructions.

Important information when using tubeless sealing milk

Tubeless maintenance

When using tubeless tyres, sealant and rim tape should be renewed at least twice a year to prevent drying out. Chemical components of the sealing milk can irreparably damage the spoke nipples if maintenance is too infrequent, even if the rim tape is perfectly glued. Please also observe the manufacturer's information on the tyres and sealing milk.