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A reliable set of bike lights are an absolute must have accessory for safe riding in the dark; even when riding during the day, an effective daytime-running light can be a life saver. You might be looking to illuminate dark country lanes or trails and need the brightest light for a bike imaginable. Or perhaps you only dabble in short commutes in urban areas and something more basic will do. Regardless, we have a wide range of some of the best bike lights from brands like LezyneKnogNiteRider and more, as well as front and rear lights, light sets, and mountain bike specific options.
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Bike lights are an essential accessory for any cyclist, whether you're a road rider, mountain biker, or gravel grinder. With so many options to choose from, selecting the best lights for you and the riding you do most a little tricky. When buying your next bike light, there are three primary considerations - color, brightness, construction, and fixtures.

Determining the color you need your bike light to emit is a simple process. If it's a bike light for the front of your bike, it'll need to cast a white light; if you need a bike light to be seen from the rear, it should throw out a red beam.

Before deciding on the brightness of your lights, you'll need to consider where you'll be riding most. If you're riding on well-lit roads and paths at night, then you'll probably only need a reasonably bright front light (up to 600 lumens) to be seen by other road users. You could also run a similarly powerful rear light that goes up to 25 lumens. However, if you're riding in the darkest conditions like pitch black country lanes or woodland, then a bright front light that emits over 800 lumens will be essential so you can see and stay safe.

When considering the construction of your bike lights, you should look at two primary areas. Firstly, the case material, which will either be made from plastic, which will be lighter but less durable, or tough aluminum alloy, which will be highly robust but may be heavier. You'll also need to be aware of the water-resistance of the case. Most should be impervious to rainwater so they can be used in all weather conditions. However, if you want complete peace of mind, then you should look for bike lights that are 100% waterproof and can be completely submerged and still operate as usual.

Lastly, it's essential to contemplate the method of attaching the lights. Some modern bike lights come with a silicone rubber strap, so you can quickly move your light between bikes, which is ideal for those who ride multiple disciplines. However, if you only have one bike that you'll be riding during the dark, then other bike lights come with bulkier, more robust plastic brackets.

Thankfully, we stock a wide range of bike lights to suit a wide variety of riding styles, disciplines, and requirements from a vast array of brands. So, shop bike lights and bicycle lights at ProBikeKit USA.