NiteRider Pro 1800 Race Light

NiteRider Pro 1800 Race Light
$349.99
Pro 1800 Race Light by NiteRider
Price subject to change | SKU: NRI0169

NiteRider Pro 1800 Race Light

Your regular bike light may work for riding around town after dark, but it's definitely not sufficient for ripping desolate singletrack in the pitch dark. The NiteRider Pro 1800 Race Light brilliantly illuminates the darkest trails and backwoods paths, allowing you to crank through late-night singletrack sessions and all-night endurance races without skipping a beat. Best of all, its CREE LEDs create a luminous beam across a wide swath for negotiating dark trails with undulating terrain and numerous switchbacks. For such a bright light, the NiteRider Pro 1800 Race provides a surprisingly long battery life. You'll find five different illumination settings that shine for 1. 5-hours at 1800 lumens, 3-hours at 700 lumens, 6-hours at 400 lumens, 12-hours at 200-lumens, and 25-hours at 80 lumens. There's an eight-step LED gauge for quickly assessing the light's remaining battery life when you're riding and racing long distances. Simply glance at the four-bar LEDs and adjust your battery life accordingly--either reducing your energy consumption to a lower setting or swapping out your battery for a fresh Pro Series 4-Cell replacement (extra battery sold separately). And when you're finished riding for the evening, charge up the included lithium ion battery in 5-hours flat.Other key features include three strobing settings with its Flash, SOS, and Beacon modes for emergencies and situations where extra visibility is paramount. Another benefit lies in its lightweight design, weighing in at just over a pound for easy attachment to your helmet and handlebars. In fact, the NiteRider Pro 1800 LED Race Light includes a helmet and handlebar mount, along with an AC adapter for quick and convenient charging.

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