NiteRider Micro USB Charge Cable

NiteRider Micro USB Charge Cable
NiteRider Micro USB Charge Cable
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Micro USB Charge Cable by NiteRider
Charge up and get ready to ride with the help of NiteRider Micro USB Charge Cable. Small, easy to carry, and pocket friendly price enables you to keep a spare at the office and in the car, so you can get your light ready to go, and never have to spin your way home in the dark again.

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SKU: NRI002Z
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