Product DescriptionThe six Ultrabright LEDs arranged in a unique configuration give the rider the confidence they require in a rear flashing light. With three output modes: constant on, fast flash, and race, the RF6 can be tailored to the riding environment. The RF6 also easily attaches to hydration packs, backpacks, and jersey pockets with its utility clip.
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