Christmas Lights

As we approach the winter solstice and the darkest day of the year we thought it would be a good time to look at our range of bike lights. The following selection offers what we feel are the best of the bunch and whilst we havent taken a scientific approach (manufacturer specs are best for that) hopefully the brief overview below will enlighten you!

A small, strong, versatile, inexpensive bike light that can shine white or red. Use day to day or keep as a back up in your bag so you never get caught out again when your main lights are out of juice. Why has nobody thought of this before! Should be on every cyclists Christmas list.

Powerful and beautifully crafted from aircraft grade aluminium these are our favourite combination of form and function. Another great design from the Beryl team.

For an inexpensive, no fuss option, the Copenhagen Lights are hard to beat. Powerful magnets means you can simply stick them straight onto your steel frame with no attachments and no need to switch on – they automatically light up. Not the most powerful but almost certainly the easiest to use and perfect for city riders on lit roads.

One of our go to options for some time – small, powerful, rechargeable (and without the need for a cable) these are powerful enough for most conditions.

Knog are masters at bike lights and this newly launched design is currently the best value set of lights available at the moment. They can be attached to virtually anything – clothes, baskets, racks, helmets etc. They are super bright for their size and at £32.00 for a set represent great value.

Since See Sense launched a few years ago they have raised the bar for bike lights, producing intelligent lights that adapt to your surroundings. They have a myriad features but most importantly they are fantastically bright and well designed. This newly launched model is also more accessibly priced which is makes them all the more appealing.

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