Bike Lights For Commuting
Our Top Picks
The freedom to choose your route, escape the rat race and keep fit on the way to work - commuting by bike is great, although it does come with its challenges. Safety is always a major concern, especially when riding during peak times and in built up areas. With a lot of distractions on the road standing out from the noise is of paramount importance to help reduce the chances of a collision. Bike lights play a crucial role when it comes to increasing your visibility on the road. We've taken a closer look at some of our favourite lights, designed to aid your commute.
A nifty helmet mounted light, it is designed specifically to attach to the Safe-T Advanced retention system found on MET helmets. With the light positioned on your head, visibility is greatly improved, due to its elevated position. The six LED layout provides peripheral visibility, while 12 hours of battery life and easy charging via USB makes this the ideal light for commuting.
Purchase the MET Trenta 3K Carbon Helmet and receive the MET Safe-T Advanced LED Light Cover for free.
Exposure Lights Trace Daybright Front Light
Emitting a 110 lumen beam, the Exposure Lights Trace DayBright Front Light is designed to cut through the distractions on the road and ensure you are highly visible from up to a kilometre away. A Cable Free Design allows for easy attachment to a wide range of Exposure Lights brackets, while the Optimum Mode Selector relates to the program guide which is located on the bottom of the light.
Exposure Lights TraceR DayBright Rear Light
High impact coverage, even during the day. The Exposure Lights TraceR DayBright Rear Light emits a 75 lumen beam, weighs a mere 35 grams and attaches quickly and securely to your seat post via a quick release seat post bracket. Up to 24 hours of burn time are on offer and with the built in Fuel Gauge you can keep tabs on how much battery life you have left.
Micro USB charging, taking just three hours, makes this light ideal for charging at work, ready for the commute home. IPX7 waterproofing and a full CNC machined external casing adds durability, while the DayBright mode is designed to pulse through distractions, perfect for the morning commute.
As well as attaching to a helmet, with an Exposure Lights Quick Release Handlebar Bracket you can also mount the Link to your cockpit.
Beryl Pixel Front and Rear Light
The mounting options really are endless with the Beryl Pixel. Doubling up as either a front or rear light, the 18 gram Beryl light can be attached to your bike, clothing, bag, helmet and even your arm. For those looking for added visibility this is the light to choose. Accompany it with your front and rear bike lights and you can make a more visual impression on the road.
The light can switch between a white and red beam and provides light for up to 10 hours on a single charge. Should you wish to check the battery status, one simple click allows you to do so. The steady and heartbeat flashing modes are easy to switch between, while the seamed polymer waterproof construction improves durability.
Exposure Lights Link Plus Front/Rear Light
Combining a front and rear light into one compact package, the Exposure Lights Link Plus Front/Rear Light comes with a helmet mount to give you an additional mounting option to the standard handlebar and seat post positions. Weighing just 76 grams, this Exposure Lights front light provides 150 lumens while the rear 45. In pulsing mode the light can last a whopping 72 hours on one charge and when it does come to recharging the Micro USB port makes it easy to do so.