The nights are rapidly closing in and – if you aren’t relying on them already – it’ll soon be time to have lights on your bike. BikeRadar has teamed up with its shopping partners to present you with some cracking deals on new lights.
From cheap and simple safety lights to full-on torches, we’ve cherry picked five of the best discounted light sets out there and have included something that’ll appeal to most riders.
Cateye Volt 700 front light –
Cateye volt 700 front light:
The winner of BikeRadar’s 2014 best road lights test, the Volt 700 is a versatile unit that’s small in size but packs big performance. The light was praised with a well-balanced output and performance that works well in most riding situations.
Lezyne Zecto rear light
The Zecto is a rear light unit from components manufacturer Lezyne. It’s closely related to the Zecto Auto which is a light that scored four out of five stars in last year’s road lights test on BikeRadar.
Topeak Redlite Mega rear light
Topeak redlite mega rear light:
When BikeRadar reviewed the Topeak Redlite Mega rear light last year it scored a full five star rating. Along with excellent visibility, the unit was praised for its excellent build quality and simple-but-secure mounting system.
Exposure Equinox front light
Exposure equinox front light:
The Equinox front light from Exposure was deemed to be one of the best units available after it scored four stars in a test last year by BikeRadar. The Equinox boasts a usefully broad, consistent coverage 2,000-lumen output that lights up the trail as far as you can reasonably see.
Cateye Nima 2 lights (pair)
Although untested by BikeRadar, these simple clip safety lights from Cateye are bound to add extra visibility to your ride and leaving you with change from a ten pound note. We’d wager they’re worth a punt.