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Black Friday bike light deals 2022 | Save up to 50% on bike lights for commuters, mountain bikers and road cyclists

These are the best bike light deals we've found on Black Friday

Black Friday lights

It’s that time of year again when a good set of bike lights becomes an essential bit of cycling kit, both to see and to be seen. With retailers vying for your attention (cash), it’s also when you’ll often find some of the best deals. Better still, Black Friday is here and with it some big savings.


Whether you’re looking for the best bike lights for road cycling to sort out your commute or want a top-rated mountain bike light, dark mornings and shorter evenings are much safer when you have lights on your bike.

Best Black Friday 2022 bike light deals

Garmin Varia RTL515 – £169.99 £124.99 (save 30%)

Save 30% on the Garmin Varia RTL515 rear radar light.
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The Garmin Varia RTL515 will pair up with your Garmin Edge bike computer or third-party cycling apps to alert you to traffic behind you.

It has a range of light settings from 20 lumens to 65 lumens and has a claimed maximum battery life of 16 hours in day flash mode.

Lezyne Lite Pro 115L & Strip StVZO bike lights – £91.99 £55.19 (save 40%)

The front light in this set has a beam pattern that avoids dazzling road users.

The bike light set includes the powerful, 290-lumen Lezyne Pro 115L. The Pro 115L is a StVZO light meaning it is compatible with German Road Traffic Licensing Regulations with a beam shape that avoids dazzling other road users.

Lezyne Hecto Drive 500XL / Strip Light set – £76.99 £49.99 (save 35%)

This set includes a 500-lumen front light.

If you’re commuting by bike, this bike light set from Lezyne is a good choice.

It includes a 500-lumen front light and a 150-lumen rear light, providing a good level of light for riding in the dark.

The lights are set in aluminium casings for durability and attach to your handlebar or seatpost via rubberised straps.

The front light charges via a built-in USB and the rear light charges via a micro-USB cable.

Knog PWR Road 700 – £99.99 £68.99 (save 31%)

The Knog PWR Road can double as a battery pack.
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The Knog PWR Road is a practical light that doubles up as a battery pack, so you can charge your electrical items while out and about. This version has a maximum output of 700 lumens.

Moon Comet X-Pro rear light – £37 £22.99 (save 38%)

The Moon has an impressive output.
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The Moon Comet X-Pro is one of the best budget bike lights thanks to its versatility, good visibility and seven flash modes. It’s also great value at full price and even better value now.

Exposure Strada Mk11 RS – £265 £185.99 (save 30%)

The Exposure MK11 RS has 1,300 lumens.

The Exposure Strada MK11 RS is a powerful road light with a 1,300-lumen output. It has a maximum burn time of two hours at full power and an OLED display showing the mode and remaining battery life.

Knog Cobber Mid – £62.99 £38.59 (save 39%)

The Cobber has good side-to-side illumination.
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The selling point of the Knog Cobber Mid is its side-on visibility, which is particularly advantageous when cycling in busy cities. The run time is lower than Knog claims at 1 hour 40 minutes, but that is still good considering its 75-lumen output.

Lezyne Strip Alert Drive – £42.99 £27.99 (save 35%)

150 lumens is more than enough for a rear light.

The Lezyne Strip Alert Drive features a 150-lumen output and 11 different modes. The built-in accelerometer offers a brake light functionality and, better still, you can grab it with 35 per cent off at Chain Reaction.

Lezyne Mega Drive 1800i – £160 £90.99 (save 39%)

The Mega Drive 1800i is best suited to less technical trails.
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The Lezyne Mega Drive 1800i is the brand’s highest-powered trail light. Our reviewers found the light to be easy to operate with good customisation options.

Better still, you can have it with a healthy 34 per cent off at ProBikeKit.

Knog PWR Road 700L – £84.99 £59.99 (save 29%)

The Knog PWR Road’s power bank and charging options make it a good choice for touring or multi-day rides.
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Knog’s modular PWR system is based around a central power pack available in a number of different capacities.

Here, it’s paired with a 700-lumen head, which offers excellent beam quality and versatility, in an easy-to-use device.

Our tester found it simple to move through the PWR Road 700L’s six modes. This is worth bearing in mind when wearing full-finger winter gloves.

We gave this already keenly priced product four stars in our review. It’s a Black Friday bargain from ProBikeKit at 29 per cent off.

Exposure MaXx D MK13 – £385 £284.99 (save 26%)

The MaXx D MK13 has an OLED screen that displays current mode, battery charge and run time.
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Exposure’s MaXx D MK13 is a high-tech light for dark off-roading. It features the same Reflex mode as seen on the Six Pack, and includes four XP-L2 LEDs to produce a maximum 4,000 lumens in Reflex mode.

The MaXx D doesn’t come cheap, but its power and technology gained it a four-stars review in our testing. Leisure Lakes Bikes’ Black Friday deal is the best we’ve found.

Bontrager Ion Pro RT – £119.99 £83.99 (save 30%)

The Bontrager Ion PRO RT’s beam can be controlled by a Garmin via Bluetooth.
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This high-performance, adaptable light comes highly rated and is now even better value thanks to Triton Cycles’ Black Friday deal, the best we’ve spotted.

With a sizeable 1,200-lumen maximum output and well-focused beam, the Bontrager Ion RT is suitable for unlit, low-traffic roads, as well as trails. Its five modes and three power settings allow you to dial down the power for more urban settings and daytime riding.

Our tester could barely fault it, awarding the Ion RT four and a half stars in our review.

Lezyne Hecto Drive 500XL – £45 £34 (save 24%)

Lezyne’s Hecto Drive 500XL is a portable light for short, urban rides.

The Lezyne Hecto Drive XL’s 500 lumens is enough for a decent pace on unlit bike paths, though with only one hour of run time at max output, the Hecto is best for use as an urban light.

It charges quickly, stays in the mode you last used it in (surprisingly handy) and offers a total of eight flashing and constant modes, with claimed run times of between one hour and 20 hours.

The Lezyne Hecto Drive 500XL would come in handy as a backup light, especially now with a third cut off the price. Wiggle’s Black Friday deal is the cheapest we’ve come across.

Specialized Flux 850 – £95 £65 (save 32%)

The Specialized Flux 850 can fit on your helmet as well as your handlebars.
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The Specialized Flux 850 lets you toggle between low and high modes, so you don’t need to go round the endless loop of different options when you want to change output level. It’s a compact unit that can be helmet-mounted as well as under-bar, and its two LEDs give wide and spot beams to light the way.

Run times are up to six hours and there’s an ultra-low output mode that will extend that for another three hours. Leisure Lakes also has the Flux 1250 on sale for £79 if you want more light.

Garmin Varia UT800 – £149 £99 (save 34%)

The Varia UT800 lasts 1.5 hours on full 800-lumen blast.

The Garmin Varia UT800 front light plugs into Garmin’s cycling computer infrastructure, enabling you to control it from a Garmin Edge head unit. It also takes speed data from the Edge to adjust its light level to suit your ride speed, helping to conserve battery.

A GoPro attachment mount means that the Varia 800 can be fixed to the underside of an out-front computer mount, saving you bar real estate. It’s IPX7 waterproof and in flashing mode can run for up to 25 hours on a charge.

Bontrager Ion 200 RT/Flare RT2 light set – £90 £65 (save 28%)

You can connect the Bontrager Ion 200 to Garmin and Bontrager devices via ANT+

These diminutive urban lights from Bontrager pack a punch with up to 200 lumens front and 90 lumens rear to make sure you’re seen. They’ll connect to Garmin and Bontrager devices via ANT+, giving you wireless control and battery status info.

We rated the Ion 100/Flare R set when we tested it, so the added firepower of this upgraded set should serve you even better. They include light sensors to adjust brightness suiting the conditions and the rear light will switch to a battery save mode at 5 per cent charge remaining, so there’s less chance of getting home and finding that it’s given out.

Lezyne Multi Drive 1000 Loaded front light – £180 £86.49 (save 50%)

You’ll get three hours out of the Lezyne Multi Drive 1000 at 1,000 lumens.

If you like the versatility of a light with a separate battery, the Lezyne Multi Drive 1000 might fit the bill. The head unit weighs just 73g and the 1.7m cable means it’s easy to helmet-mount the light and keep the battery in your pack or on the bike. The loaded option comes with bar and helmet mounts with the Direct X-Lock stem-mounting system.

The runtime is 3 hours at 1,000 lumens, with cooling fins in the light body helping to dissipate heat. The lowest output flashing mode will keep going for up to 35 hours on a charge.

Where to find the best Black Friday cycling deals

Black Friday is here! Take a look below for a run-down of which retailers and brands have launched the best Black Friday sales.

Black Friday cycling deals: quick links

When is Black Friday 2022?

Black Friday is an annual consumer event famous for brands discounting everything from tech and gadgets to bikes and kit. This year, it takes place on Friday 25 November.

It’s also directly followed by Cyber Monday on 28 November, but over the last few years we’ve seen retailers start their deals weeks in advance.

Fewer people will be wanting to hit the shops this year, so brands are likely to take advantage of this and share their best offers online rather than in-store.

Whether bike lights are on your wishlist or you know a cycling enthusiast who needs some, you’ll find the best bike light Black Friday deals right here.

Are bike light deals on Black Friday worth waiting for?

We’ll be shining a light on the best Black Friday cycling deals this week.
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Last year, we saw huge reductions on bike light prices from brands including Light & Motion, Guee, Exposure and Blackburn.

And there were big opportunities not only to save on single bike lights, but also on sets. On several occasions, we also saw those with an RRP over £100 dropping to £40.

As always, it’s worth referring to tools such as Camel Camel Camel to ensure deals are as good as they seem.


How to get a good deal on Black Friday

  • Do your research beforehand so you have a particular product in mind
  • Be familiar with the RRP price of the products so you can better judge the savings available with each deal
  • Make a list and stay focused – it’s easy to get sidetracked when there are so many products to choose from. We’ll do all the deal trawling so you don’t have to
  • Many brands use Black Friday as a way to clear space for newer stock and product models. Although the latest models might not automatically be on sale, this doesn’t mean you won’t find excellent models from previous ranges
  • Check out our top-rated favourites of the best bike lights, tried and tested by the BikeRadar team

Should I wait for Cyber Monday?

It’s hard to predict what offers will take place, but don’t wait for Cyber Monday to hit. Our advice is to know what you’re looking for, keep an eye on the deals leading up to Black Friday and check back here for all the latest updates and offers.