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  1. Ryder Alumia 650 Front Light
    Ryder Alumia 650 Front Light
    £10.00
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  2. Exposure Strada 1200 Front Bike Light
    Exposure Strada 1200 Front Bike Light
    £149.00
  3. Moon Nebula 2 Rear Light
    Moon Nebula 2 Rear Light
    £28.00
  4. Cateye Wearable X Rear Bike Light
    Cateye Wearable X Rear Bike Light
    £18.00
  5. Exposure Trace and TraceR Pack with Daybright
    Exposure Trace and TraceR Pack with Daybright
    £59.99
  6. Exposure Sirius Mk7 DayBright Front Light
    Exposure Sirius Mk7 DayBright Front Light
    £75.00
  7. Ryder Loop Si Front Light
    Ryder Loop Si Front Light
    £2.50
  8. Lezyne LED KTV 200 Drive Front Light
    Lezyne LED KTV 200 Drive Front Light
    £15.00
  9. Moon Comet X Rear Bike Light
    Moon Comet X Rear Bike Light
    £15.00
  10. Cateye EL135 & Orb Rear Light Set
    Cateye EL135 & Orb Rear Light Set
    £20.00
  11. Lezyne Strip Drive 150 Rear Bike Light
    Lezyne Strip Drive 150 Rear Bike Light
    £25.00
  12. Lezyne Hecto Drive 400XL Front Bike Light
    Lezyne Hecto Drive 400XL Front Bike Light
    £22.99
  13. Topeak Headlux Helmet Light
    Topeak Headlux Helmet Light
    £10.00
    £17.00 Save £7.00
  14. Cateye Orb Bar End Light Set
    Cateye Orb Bar End Light Set
    £13.50
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Lights

If you’re riding after dark, the law says you have to use lights. There are two reasons for having lights on your bike – seeing where you’re going, and being seen by other people. Often, you’ll find that lights are designed for one or the other.

Rear lights are red, and front ones are white. Of course, depending on the sort of riding you do and the bike you have, your needs will change.

That’s why we stock a huge range of lights from brands Exposure, Cateye, and Lezyne.