Exposure Strada 800 Road Specific Headlight

Exposure Strada 800 Road Specific Headlight
$319.43
Strada 800 Road Specific Headlight by Exposure
Price subject to change | SKU: EXP001Q

Exposure Strada 800 Road Specific Headlight

Rather than focusing strictly on one application, your road rides are diverse in any given year. We understand; dabbling in a bit of everything is often the most fun way to go, but don't tell the pros that. You try and show up for a few Wednesday night races in your local crit series, as well as some 'cross races come fall, but sometimes you'd rather just head out for a solo ride after work. As the seasons change, swap your loyal-but-minuscule summer light out for Exposure Lights' Strada 800 Road Specific Headlight. With a beam developed specifically for road use, plus a host of customization options, this light will illuminate the road in front of you to help you make the most of whatever kind of ride you end up doing. Like its older sibling, the Strada 1200, the Strada 800 casts a wide, flat beam that illuminates sloping, contoured road shoulders without blinding the motorists approaching you in the other lane. It's also housed in a durable, CNC-machined aluminum body, which keeps weight at a minimum while protecting the light from water, debris, and routine bumps and scratches. Though the light can project up to a healthy 800 lumens, a variety of modes let you tone that down if a dusk ride doesn't call for full brightness, and Exposure includes a remote switch you can attach to your drops or bars so that you don't have to sit up to switch modes mid-race. An OLED display keeps you up-to-speed on battery life and which mode you're actually riding in, and the entire design comes free of any distracting cords or cables that could clutter your frame. Grab it now to get more out of your dusk rides and races.

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