Light & Motion Taz 1200 Plus BarFly 4 MTB Mount Light Combo

Light & Motion Taz 1200 Plus BarFly 4 MTB Mount Light Combo
$224.99
Taz 1200 Plus BarFly 4 MTB Mount Light Combo by Light & Motion
Price subject to change | SKU: LTM001H

Light & Motion Taz 1200 Plus BarFly 4 MTB Mount Light Combo

The weak headlight you've been trying to use while fat biking up the trails after work just isn't cutting it. In addition to not being bright enough -- you had no idea that branch was there! -- setting it up on your bars is a hassle. If you're taking the plunge and investing in a real spotlight to fully illuminate the trails, take a hard look at the Light & Motion Taz 1200 Plus BarFly 4 MTB Mount Light Combo. In addition to emitting a 1200-lumen column of light, the Taz 1200 comes with BarFly's SLi-D mount making sure it actually shines where you need it to. With a non-traditional, but simple design, the SLi-D positions the Taz 1200 off your bars, orienting its beam directly in-line with the stem. In doing this, the light sits far enough away from cables and other cockpit accessories to eliminate interfering shadows and clutter, resulting in a clean, uninterrupted beam of light. That beam of light itself is as bright as a motorcycle's headlight, so you'll be hard-pressed to miss slight turns or errant branches when you're pedaling down slick, sun-baked hardpack at night. Proving its year-round staying power, the Taz also emits side light, which will be useful when you're trying to stay visible during evening road bike rides in the spring and summer. And in case of unexpected crashes, the light comes certified for impact resistance as well as water-resistance, so careening into a pile of snow won't bother it a bit.

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