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  1. General Discussion
    Congratulations to Zack D. from Helena, MT, Jeremy B. from Tulsa, OK and Chris B. from Meadow Vista CA. http://woobox.com/cpoutx
  2. Lights and Night Riding
    The Knog Blinder ARC 640 from Australia has some of the best construction and materials found in lights today (click to enlarge). Editor's Note: This article is part of Mtbr and RoadBikeReview's 2016 Bike Lights Shootout. See the 2016 Mtbr Headlights Index and the RoadBikeReview Commuter Lights...
  3. Lights and Night Riding
    This is the 2015 Lights Shootout. The 2016 version is coming in next week as dozens of new lights are arriving at our doors daily. If you have lights that should be included, email [email protected] for consideration. The key components of this shootout are: Integrating Sphere Lumen...
  4. Lights and Night Riding
    The Blinder Road 3 from Knog is a cool light. It has a functional horizontal form factor that is wide to house two LEDs. The two units can be turned on separately or work in tandem to create a distinct flashing sequence. Output is an honest 308 Lumens out of 300 claimed. It is a great 'to be...
  5. Lights and Night Riding
    This is the first light we've tested from Knog. It's more of a budget light at $65, putting out 184 Lumens. These lights were designed with quality and style. This light is quite small and it has the look and feel of a quality product, as rubber and metal are molded together to create a very...
  6. Lights and Night Riding
    This is the first Knog light that Mtbr has ever tested so color us excited. Knog is an Australian company that focuses on commuter lights and they sent Mtbr an array of lights including a tail light and a GoPro light. The first thing we noticed was the packaging is pretty innovative, with...
  7. General Discussion
    Description: Then Knog 605 is the high-end light of the Knog line. It features a nicely styled light head with three LEDs. The aluminum and rubber casing is bonded together nicely and the rubber mounting strap is integrated into the light head. The first two LEDs serve the function of lighting...
  8. General Discussion
    Melbourne based company, Catalyst Design Group, has won the Australian Design Award of the Year for KNOG's newest light; The Gator, a high powered LED bike headlamp that is visually simple, compact and obnoxiously bright. The light comes in three models - 105, 305 and 605 - and can be ordered...
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