BikeRay Speed Lights

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MSRP : $129.99


Product Description

The BikeRayUSA SPEED bike light sets a new standard in ultimate light output at an affordable price. Its blisteringly bright 1000 lumen output means a longer beam that can penetrate 150 yards. This light is much brighter than a car headlight and anyone else can see you from a good distance away. The BikeRayUSA SPEED uses a CREE XM-L LED to achieve its fantastic power output. The single light head design is highly weatherproof, lightweight and doesn’t take up much room on the handlebars.
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