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Powerful! Bike Head and Helmet Lights
Stay Safe! See and Be Seen when riding on the road. Check out our super line of LED bike front lights, with a headlight for everyone's taste and budget. We have a full line of super bright USB-rechargeable LED headlights. Small in size, these lights deliver quite the punch, illuminating the road and making sure every motorist sees you!
All our bike lights include batteries, with the option to order an extra set or two for those that are not USB rechargeable.
Our LED bicycle headlights come in various price points and serve several functions. All of them serve to make you more visible to motorists. To accomplish this goal, they all offer steady and flashing modes. In addition, most of our headlights, especially the more expensive models, help illuminate the road in front of you by projecting their light forward, much like a flashlight. The steady mode is to be used if your primary purpose is to illuminate your path. The flashing or strobe mode is ideal if the road is already lit, and your primary purpose is to make yourself noticeable to motorists. The rapid succession of on-off-on-off light will draw any driver's attention. It also conserves the battery and bulb life. The standard LED bulb can last for up to 100,000 hours!
All of our lights include batteries.
Many of our LED headlights are rechargeable, and our cheapest one costs only $49.95. That's for a super bright 3 watt, 20 Lux light!
We even have one light (Bike Tracker) that is Made in the USA, not too commonplace anymore.
Our ILLUMINATE series lights (10 watt or higher) are designed with the professional rider in mind and are suited for police bicycles as well. They are 10 watt, are rechargeable and are extremely bright. They reach up to 1350 Lumen!
Believe it or not, bike head and rear lights are required by law in many states. Check your state's website to find out more about bike safety requirements.