Light & Motion Urban 500 Plus BarFly SLi Mount Light Combo

Light & Motion Urban 500 Plus BarFly SLi Mount Light Combo
$109.99
Urban 500 Plus BarFly SLi Mount Light Combo by Light & Motion
Price subject to change | SKU: LTM001K

Light & Motion Urban 500 Plus BarFly SLi Mount Light Combo

If you're looking for a do-anything headlight that can handle everything from fall commutes to the occasional evening road or MTB ride, mount the Light & Motion Urban 500 Plus BarFly Sli Mount Light Combo onto your frame. This adaptable headlight comes with a powerful enough beam to keep you visible on dusk commutes and road rides, and on high, it'll still shed a considerable amount of light onto darkening trails. While we'd choose a higher powered option if you'd like to make night rides feel like daytime, the Urban 500 is an ideal place to start if versatility is your key concern. In addition to high, medium, and low main beam settings, the Urban 500 also casts light to the sides to promote visibility when you're riding alongside motorists. Its water- and impact-resistant body can handle a rowdier trail ride without issue, and with USB recharging capabilities, you can recharge the light on-the-go if needed. In addition to conventional mounts, Light & Motion also includes a BarFly SLi mount with the Urban 500, which comes with space to mount most major bike computers. The SLi not only provides a solid and secure place for your light, but it helps eliminate clutter on your bars for a cleaner, more streamlined cockpit.

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