BE SEEN, lights mark you out on the road or trails and are designed for use on lit roads.
It’s important to have quality bike lights fitted if you intend on cycling after dark. It’s a generally a legal requirement to have a white light at the front and a red and the rear, and it’s dangerous to ride without them.
Whether you’re trying to stand out against a brightly lit urban backdrop or to find your way along lampless backroads, you, like every cyclist, need a reliable pair of bike lights.
While 100 lumens is a good starting point – but 300+ will let you see more of the road ahead, both offer good value and exceptional visibility thanks to wide-angle beams and solid, strobe, and pulsing modes.