Darkness Has no Boundaries

New 2018 Exposure Lights

It’s time to get out in the dark and enjoy the trails and tracks with that added excitement the dark brings. Those of you on the daily commute will want to be seen on the roads and ride safely as the nights draw in.

Exposure has not only increased the brightness of its entire range of lights for 2018 but added a number of new technologies aimed at making cyclists more visible to other road users during the day time. Bluetooth has also been added to some of the company’s brightest mountain bike lights, with a dedicated smartphone app giving you wireless control of the brightness.

Day Bright is a new feature being rolled out for 2018 on front and rear lights. It’s a specific pulse pattern (one big, three really fast pulses) and lumen intensity designed to increase your visibility during day time cycling.

It’s the result of the company’s work with the emergency services and is designed to overcome the brain phasing out constant light patterns. Exposure says this pulse pattern is the most noticeable which should help motorists spot you from at least a mile away, even riding through a busy city. 

The Joystick is a popular little light and is now in its 12th generation, and this year provides 1000 lumens. A versatile light (great on a helmet too) with a low weight of just 88g and a run time of between 1.5 and 36 hours, it costs £159.95.

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Check out a small selection of our other lights – in store there’s something for every rider and budget. There’s also 15% off all 2017 Exposure Lights while stocks last!


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