Fleeting daylight and late work meetings may cut into your afternoon ride time, but your determination to keep your legs spinning won't be stopped by dim evening light and NiteRider's Lumina 1200 Boost Headlight is here to back you up. This handy light packs a serious punch with a whopping 1200 lumens that ignite the road or trail ahead of you, and 7 different modes that keep you covered from the morning commute to all-night enduros. The Lumina 1200 Boost is built for all riding conditions, with IPX7 waterproofing to keep you going in a drizzle, and up to 10 hours of light that helps you see and stay seen well after dark. Whether you're walking a section of trail to figure out the perfect line, or charging full speed ahead you'll find compatibility for your chosen ride thanks to a handlebar mount that fits up to 35mm bars, so you don't have to settle for less when you want the beefy bars on your steed. And in case you need to lock up your bike and step away for a beverage, NiteRider equips the Lumina 1200 Boost with a locking mechanism to keep your light secure, so you don't have to load up your pockets with gadgets when you're popping into the store when you're running errands.
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