Lite Drive 800XL Limited Holiday Edition Headlight by Lezyne
For serious cyclists, riding at night is just part of the experience and if you want to stay fit year-round, even after the clocks fall back and with the holidays approaching, riding before the sun rises or after dark is a reality. Luckily, Lezyne designed the Lite Drive 800XL Limited Holiday Edition Headlight to help us stick to our riding goals and get us home safely with its ultra-bright LEDs. The limited edition colorways also remind us that the holidays are right around the corner and soon our world will be filled with many small, twinkling lights. This powerful Lite Drive 800XL light fires off plenty of lumens providing essential lighting for commuters navigating dimly lit streets. A whopping 800 lumens of light offers ample lighting for spotting road imperfections and announcing your presence to passing motorists. You might even find it appropriate for the occasional trail ride after work too. Numerous solid beam and flashing modes increase your visibility, increasing your safety. The light comes with a mount that accommodates all standard bar shapes, including aero bars, and it's easy to top off the battery at home or the office with its high-speed 2 Amp USB charger that also comes with a compatible wall adapter.
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