NiteRider Mako 250 Light

NiteRider Mako 250 Light
NiteRider Mako 250 Light
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Mako 250 Light by NiteRider
It's imperative that cars can see you while you're riding at night, but it's hard to go on if you can't see more than two feet in front of you. Your NightRider Mako 250 Light is a simple, compact and budget-friendly light that makes you visible to traffic as well as lighting up the road in front of you. This easy-to-operate head light puts out 250 lumens and features a high, low, and flash setting. The handlebar mount makes it quick and easy to pop your light on your bike, and two batteries are included.

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