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2012 NiteRider MiNewt Pro 750 LED Bike Light

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Despite its small size, a single Cree LED is able to make the 2012 NiteRider MiNewt Pro 750 LED Bike Light the best trail riding light on the market today. NiteRider makes history by creating the first ever compact LED lighting system that packs out 750 lumens after the release of the MiNewt Pro 750 for 2012.

Although its small package weighs in at less than 230g, the bike light is loaded with a lot of impressive features. These include a small 2.6Ah Li-Ion battery, custom reflector, extension cable, helmet mount, and a handlebar mount that fits even up to 31.8mm.

While it offers an incredibly high lumen output, the MiNewt Pro 750 also decreases heat buildup. All power control of this highly efficient LED light comes from the headlamp against the battery pack. This is achieved through the LED headlamp, which was entirely redesigned.

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CatEye’s Hybrid Lights the Way

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Every nightrider needs a dependable bike light after the sun sets. Therefore, we’d like to highlight CatEye’s Hybrid: A dual-powered mountable bike light.

Its design allows its user the option of running it on alkaline battery or solar energy, which is stored in a nickel-metal hydride battery. This “green” solution translates into an echo-friendly method for lighting the trails at night.

Winner of the Eurobike Award 2009, the Hybrid has a battery life of 6 hours using the solar cell and 30 hours from an alkaline battery. It also offers constant and flashing modes. The light can be easily mounted to any bike via the FlexTight bracket.

The CatEye Hybrid is an option worth exploring when lighting is key. Its innovative design is sure to increase time spent on the saddle for cyclists looking to ride from dusk till dawn. …

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