Exposure Saddle Rail Bracket for Flare & TraceR

Exposure Saddle Rail Bracket for Flare & TraceR
Exposure Saddle Rail Bracket for Flare & TraceR
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Saddle Rail Bracket for Flare & TraceR by Exposure
For riders who want to fix their Exposure Flare or TraceR rear light to the rails under their saddle, the Saddle Rail Bracket for Flare and TraceR is the solution for you. This Exposure mounting kit allows you to easily attach either rear light under your saddle by fixing the mount to the rails and then securing it with the rubber band, providing a reliably secure design for the bumpier roads out there.

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SKU: EXP002H
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