It gets dark earlier in the winter time, which means that it is that much more important to have lights on your bike, both for your safety, and so you don’t get a ticket. Trek light sets are an easy solution; they come with a bright headlight and a highly visible tail light to help you stay seen while you’re riding in lower light conditions. Trek light sets are available at Bontrager, ranging from $24.99 to $39.99….
Portland Design Works introduces their super-bright Radbot 1000 rear blinkie light, which features a 1 watt red LED light. The light has two simple modes, blink or steady. The Portland Design Works Radbot 1000 Rear Blinkie is one of the brightest rear lights out right now, and it also features an integrated reflector for when the batteries die. The Portland Design Works Radbot 1000 Rear Blinkie comes with seatpost and seatstay mounts, as well as a rear rack mount for people who have racks on the back of their bikes. The light will sell for $30, and there is also a 1/2 watt version available for a little bit cheaper.
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Night time bike rides can be fun, and for some, that may be the only time you can ride. That’s why lights are a very important component for your bike. Any old light will get you by without getting a ticket, but not all of them are bright enough to get the job done. And batteries can be expensive. With the Blackburn Flea Head and Tail Lights 2010, however, that is not the case. The head light features a standard mode, and an even brighter overdrive mode, and a flash mode. The run time is three hours with standard use, and five hours with flash mode. The headlight comes in pink, green, red, white, blue, and black, with a 40 lumen output. The tail light has six hours of standard run time, and ten hours for flash mode. Both…