Product DescriptionTo see and be seen is no easy task, whether you are ripping through city streets or roaming country roads, visibility is important; it’s a matter of safety, and day or night, it enhances your sense of freedom. This is why we created the Push – a self contained, 100 lumen vessel of visibility. With an easy push of the oversized on/off switch, you quickly toggle through high, low, and ‘don’t-stare-at-it-too-long’ flash modes. Because drivers on cell phones come from all angles, the power of the front light is augmented by independent light pipes that emit though side windows ensuring over 260º of visibility. And if you’re venturing off the tarmac and onto the trail, a simple hold of the button allows the side flash to be disabled, allowing you to focus solely on the twists and turns ahead. The Push is mounted to your bars utilizing our race proven bracket system, so you can not only take it on and off instantly, but you can be sure of its firm and reliable grip.
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