Exposure Lights to power The Whyte Night Enduro
By BikeRadar | Wednesday, May 6, 2009 3.45pm
Light up the night (Mark Nolan/Getty Images)
Exposure Lights the masters of performance enduro lighting will be powering the Whyte Night enduro at BikeRadar Live.
The Whyte Night 4-hour and 12-hour mountain bike enduro races will be held on a 5km purpose-built trail designed by four time National Mountain Bike Champion Will Longden. They will start at 8pm on Saturday, with a share of £5,000 up for grabs and a special prize of a £2,900 Whyte Bikes E-120 XT.
Exposure Lights will provide full charging facilities throughout the 12 and 4-hour events, and will also be showing their glittering super-powered lights including the legendary Joystick - to chew the LED fat over.
Rory Hitchens of Exposure Lights said: “The Exposure Lights team are all fired up to be supporting BikeRadar Live. It's been a long time coming but at last, one single cycling festival that caters for all breeds of cyclist has arrived.
“We are looking forward to being overrun with night racers coming to us throughout the Whyte Night Enduro for lights charging and support. When others go to bed you can be sure that we will be up all night and making the most of the weekend. We will have new product on display as well as our world famous UK-made lighting range.”
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Events include the Cycling Plus Sportive supported by Pacific Outdoor Equipment (100km & 100 mile), MBUK night-time enduros (12hr & 4hr), MBUK Eliminator dual-slalom and the Devil Takes the Hindmost circuit race. Click here to sign up.
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