NiteRider Cherrybomb 35 Tail Light

NiteRider Cherrybomb 35 Tail Light
NiteRider Cherrybomb 35 Tail Light
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Cherrybomb 35 Tail Light by NiteRider
We find it easy to remember to bring a light along when we're planning a pre-dawn or night ride. The in-between times are when we have far more trouble remembering, even though it's just as dangerous to be riding without the illuminating protection of a tail light during the gloaming hour. For the evenings you wait to ride until the temperature reaches a tolerable number, then realize you'll be pedaling home along shadowy descents in the dim light of dusk, the NiteRider Cherrybomb 35 Tail Light makes an unobtrusive and extremely effective companion. Offering up 35 lumens and four different modes, including a daytime setting to increase visibility when you're riding in traffic, the Cherrybomb's streamlined design should earn it a permanent place on your frame. Niterider constructed the light to shed in a cone shape, rather than straight behind you, giving you added visibility to motorists from the sides without the use of extra bulbs. It also thoughtfully included a built-in reflector in the light, which improves visibility during the day when the light isn't turned on.

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SKU: NRI002E
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