The Bontrager Ion Pro RT packs incredible light output into a compact design.
Roads? Trails? Both are perfect for the Ion Pro RT! 1300 lumens cut through the night, making technical trails easy to navigate, even at speed. Fast descents on the road need enough output to see potholes and curves well, and the Ion Pro's CREE LED elements provide outstanding clarity. The Ion Pro's handlebar bracket easily adjusts for different bar diameters up to 35mm. Have a Bontrager Blendr mount on your stem? The Ion Pro installs on that, too. The "RT" in the name indicates this light can be controlled with a Garmin computer or Bontrager ANT+ device (sold separately). It will even indicate remaining battery charge on a Garmin computer. Cool, huh? Run time at 1300 lumens is 1.5 hours, while a lower output of 800 lumens can run up to 3 hours. Both settings might get you mistaken for a baseball stadium, but sometimes that's what the trails demand! The Ion Pro's 400 lumen setting does the job nicely for road navigation, and offers a 6 hour (!!) run time. Daylight-visible flash modes get the attention of drivers up to 2km away and can run up to 22 hours. The on/off button needs 2 clicks to turn on; helpful if the light is boucing around inside a duffle bag awaiting a night commute. The on/off button also displays charge status in color, making run time much less of a mystery.
A micro USB cable and tool-free handlebar bracket are included with the purchase of this light.
Everyone who does more than ride a few miles to work (and back) need a headlight that runs well into the night. Oftentimes, the charge doesn't last long enough to be useful. Or the run time is long enough, but the light's output is little more than a tiny flicker. Enter the Rando 500!
The Rando 500 is designed around the lighting needs of randonneur cyclists; adventurers who ride through the night during events as long as 600Km. Long charge life is a big part of the Rando 500's appeal, ensuring daylight visibility and safe navigation during nighttime. The Rando's 500 lumen output can run up to 3 hours on a full charge, while the daylight-visible 125 lumen pulse mode can run up to 24 hours. Yes, 24 hours. Pretty impressive! The Rando 500's CREE LED headlight spreads out to 180 degrees, giving others plenty of warning if they approach at an angle. Yellow side marker lights next to the lens give the user an extra degree of safety.
The Rando 500's battery is a lithium-ion unit and is integrated into the case, helping to make the headlight waterproof as well as impact resistant. Three modes allow the user to adjust light output for current lighting conditions. 500, 250 and 125 lumen modes make the Rando 500 excellent for gravel events, granfondo rides and major randonneur distances. The power button is also the battery indicator with different illuminated colors showing charge levels. Cool, huh?
A micro-USB charging cable and tool-free handlebar mount is included with the purchase of this light.
LED lights on your bike is more than just being polite on the streets and roads. Safety is the goal.
Light and Motion's products do more than illuminate the bike path or road. They do an outstanding job of making you conspicuous as you commute, train, or just ride for fun. The more powerful the taillight, the more likely you are to be seen by motorists that might be distracted... The Vis 180 Pro is the most powerful taillight in its class, producing up to 150 lumens of obviousness. A red LED element made by CREE is installed in a custom reflector that throws red light at 180 degrees. Amber side marker lights give traffic a heads-up at intersections, too. 150 lumens shouldn't last long, but the rechargable battery will run up to 6 hours (!!) on the highest pulse mode, while the lowest setting will run up to 12 hours. Just the side marker lights can be set to run with a "paceline" mode, keeping your riding buddies from being dazzled while drafting you. Caught in the rain? No big deal since the Vis 180 Pro is waterproof, too. Even the face of the Vis 180 Pro is reflective, making you compliant in communities that demand both reflectors and rear lights after dark. The body of the Vis 180 pro is aluminum instead of conventional plastic, improving durability over the life of the unit. An indicator light displays battery charge levels.
An adjustable and tool-free seatpost bracket and USB recharging cable is included in the purchase of this taillight.