On a dark and dusty trail, 50 miles from nowhere, lies a path of untouched dirt that is hungry for your tires. The only problem is, your 9-5 work week just doesn't give you the time to get there before dusk falls and the coyotes start to howl. Embrace your inner wild animal and fly down the mountain like a Tasmanian devil with the Light and Motion Taz 2000 bike light. With 2000 lumens you won't have a problem lighting up the night as you storm down the trail with a pack of wild dogs at your heels who have decided that the dirt-machine with two wheels is their new master. Let them worship your dust as you roll into berms at high speed and launch yourself down rock gardens. Optical designed lens offers a flooded beam that illuminates the lower part of the trail closest to your wheel, and spotlight brings light to the dark world unfolding in front of you for better depth perception. Certified to be waterproof up to 1 meter, the Taz 2000 will be trustworthy on stormy nights just as much as the clear, crisp, star-coated nights of summer. It mounts easily to your handlebars or helmet with included mounting systems, and an internal battery pack will keep it rolling for up to 6 hours on low or 1. 5 on high. When the battery is drained, simply plug it in to recharge and you'll be good to go for another adventure tomorrow night.
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