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Lezyne mega drive front light
$129.99 - 199.99 (-18%)
Weight: 250 g
Diablo exposure mk4
$254.95 (4%)
Weight: 108 g
Niterider pro 3600 diy headlight
$529.03 - 594.99 (2%)
Weight: 812 g
Light Summary
Bike lights are essential for commuters (providing they don't want to be ran over) and trail riders that enjoy the extra thrill of riding at night. Each light has its own strength and weaknesses, and many different bulb and power sources are available at a large array of different costs.

For the purposes of this site, we are making the following definitions:

Safety Lights- These are lights meant to increase the rider's visibility at night, but are not built to provide enough unaided light to guide the rider safely at night.

Trail Lights- These lights are meant to produce enough light to guide the rider safely at night unaided by any other light sources (street lights, car lights, moon, etc).
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Light & Motion seca 1500 light
$399.19 (16%)
Weight: 343 g
Light & Motion taz 1000
$174.99 - 249.99 (-13%)
Weight: 216 g
Cygolite expilion 680 headlight
$69.99 - 99.99 (-15%)
Weight: 140 g
Niterider pro 2200 dual beam race
$279.99 - 339.99 (-3%)
Weight: 580 g
Light & Motion urban 700
$159.99 - 249.99 (28%)
Weight: 224 g
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