Bike Lights & Cameras

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  • Brooks England Femto Front Light
    Copper has made a serious comeback recently, but we don't need to be telling Brooks England that. Steadfastly devoted to evoking the bygone days of cycling, Brooks created the Femto Front Light with the style we'd expect from the brand, including a classy copper-colored body. Attached to your...
  • Brooks England Femto Rear Light
    Brooks England's Femto Rear Light means that equipping your frame for low-light rides doesn't have to mean disrupting its clean lines and classic aesthetics. If any brand understands how to maintain a dignified cycling profile, it's Brooks, and the Femto features copper coloring and a red LED...
  • Blackburn 2Fer USB Light
    The head and tail light options for bikes can be incredibly daunting, we know. If you're the slightest bit indecisive, you'd better be prepared to spend a considerable amount of time trying to choose between dozens of different models. If you know simplicity is what you're after, we'd recommend...
  • Blackburn Central 200 Front Light
    Be seen on early morning commutes and dreary coffee rides with the Blackburn Central 200 Front Light. It boasts 200 lumens of bright light to lead the way, as well as side channels for an extra dose of visibility to road users approaching from an angle. Its versatile mount swivels so you can...
  • Blackburn Central 700 Front Light
    Light up the night with the Blackburn Central 700 Front Light's 700 lumens of power. It features three stable beam settings and two flashing settings so you can customize the light to suit the ride, and run times range from 85 minutes all the way up to 16 hours depending on the setting. It also...
  • Blackburn Central 350 Front Light
    See and be seen through low-light commutes and nighttime coffee shop excursions with the Blackburn Central 350 Front Light. Its three stable beam settings and two flashing settings let you customize the light to suit the ride, and run times range from two hours all the way up to 16 hours...
  • Blackburn Central Smart Front Light
    The Blackburn Central Smart Front Light features an aptly named "Smart" setting that automatically adjusts brightness to accommodate varying levels of light. IN addition to Smart mode, this light also features the more traditional complement of two steady settings and one flashing setting for...
  • Blackburn Click USB Front Light
    The Blackburn Click USB Front Light packs big visibility into a tiny package that won't get in the way of your commuter's clean lines. Its universal action camera-style mount is compatible with most helmets and fits handlebars ranging from 22 to 35mm in diameter. It's also a snap to install, and...
  • Blackburn Click Rear Light
    Rather than sifting through dozens of light combos, you'd rather just grab a small, minimal light as extra reassurance for the times you're riding on shady, dusk-lit roads. Free of frills but perfectly functional, Blackburn's Click Rear Light fits the bill. The petite light runs on a rechargeable...
  • Blackburn Scorch 1.0 Headlight
    With the super-bright Blackburn Scorch 1. 0 Headlight, you'll be more visible to motorists and you won't run over cats all the time anymore.
  • Blackburn Super FLEA Headlight
    Attach the Blackburn Super FLEA Headlight to your bar and not only will you crash less, but fe3wer things will crash into you, too.
  • CatEye Volt 300 Headlight
    Headlight technology has evolved quickly from days of yore when you needed to carry two water-bottle sized batteries for a few hours of illumination. Now you can literally hold a complete light in the palm of your hand. The Cateye Volt 300 is the latest in portable lumens - quick to charge and...
  • CatEye Rapid X Light
    CatEye continues to make some of the most reliable and visible lights in the business. So, when the company comes up with a totally new product, it's notable to riders everywhere. The new CatEye Rapid X Light is the latest and greatest, and it promises to outshine everything else that came before...
  • CatEye Volt 1600 Headlight
    Changing clocks mean dark commutes and early relegation to indoor trainer training sessions unless you saddle up with something like CatEye's Volt 1600 Headlight. With five modes to choose from to balance lighting needs and battery life requirements, this headlight floods oncoming terrain with up...
  • CatEye Volt 500 XC Headlight
    Whether you're rocking a winter commute, squeezing in some extra evening training miles, or lining up for a nighttime cyclocross race under the lights, you'll want to have your CatEye Volt 500 XC Headlight along for the ride to brighten the way. Its rubber bar mount attaches quickly and securely...
  • CatEye Rapid X3 Headlight
    Whether you're commuting in dawn shadows, bright daylight, or greying dusk, add some extra visibility to your ride with a CatEye Rapid X3 Headlight. Its 200 lumens of light spans 180-degrees of visibility to give oncoming traffic a bright heads up that you're sharing the roadway. A versatile...
  • CatEye Volt 200/Rapid X Combo
    Outfit your commuter in affordable visibility with CatEye's Volt 200/Rapid X Combo. The front Volt 200 boasts a bright 200 lumens to light the way ahead and make sure side-street traffic knows you're on the road, while the Rapid X Rear lights flashes a notice of your presence to anyone coming up...
  • DXO ONE Ultra-Compact Camera
    You don't have to bust out your full-size DSLR to capture crisp, high-definition photos when you have the DXO ONE Ultra-Compact Camera. This ultra-compact camera attaches to your iPhone or iPad, instantly transforming your touchscreen device into a high-resolution viewfinder when you're capturing...
  • DXO ONE Stand
    Helping you achieve steady shots with your ONE Camera, the DxO ONE Stand features a 1/4"-20 mounting thread for attaching directly to your favorite tripod. This compact stand connects to the base of your DxO ONE Camera, standing upright on flat surfaces with its non-slip rubber sole providing a...
  • DXO ONE Zipped Pouch
    Don't just toss your DxO One Camera in a jam-packed bag when you could protect it with the ballistic nylon shell and EVA foam padding of the DxO ONE Zippered Pouch. This handy little carrying case is tough as nails, withstanding the rigors of constant travel and abuse on the road. The soft,...
  • DXO ONE Optical Adapter
    Maximize your shooting creativity with the DXO ONE Optical Adapter. This 30. 5-millimeter threaded adapter attaches to industry-standard lens filters, close-up diopters, and hood attachments. The Optical Adapter also works as a low-profile hood for preventing lens flares.
  • Exposure Red Eye Micro
    The Exposure Red Eye Micro is, without a doubt, the smallest rear taillight we've ever seen. Taking full advantage of Exposure's Smart Port Technology Plus, it simply plugs into the port and switches on and off with the light. It works with the Diablo and Joystick helmet-mounted headlights. The...
  • Exposure Remote Switch
    The modular design of Exposure Lights is due primarily to their Smart Port Technology Plus. The Smart Port allows the use of this Remote Switch to facilitate easier access for the switch on the light. You'll find it handy during the cold months when you've got gloved fingers or if you prefer to...
  • Exposure Trace Rear Light
    A quick and easy elastic band secures the TraceR Rear Light to seatposts like many other LED safety lights, but Exposure's expertise makes this much more than a watch battery in a rubber case. First off, the TraceR Light combines a powerful, yet efficient Cree XPG LED with a lightweight 700 mAh...
  • Exposure RedEye Light
    This RedEye Helmet Light is a bit different than the Long Cable version that we also sell. Here, the lamp bezel is CNC machined aluminum, as is the housing. It's also a bit more compact. It comes with a double-ended clip that allows it to snap directly into place in the body of the Diablo or...
  • Exposure WhiteEye Light
    The Exposure WhiteEye is CNC machined aluminum throughout, save for the plastic lens. It looks just like their RedEye Helmet Light, but instead of producing a glowing red light to be seen from the rear, the White Eye produces 240 lumens from its single Seoul P4 LED. It can be used to give...
  • Exposure Equinox Mk2 Headlight Pack with Wireless Remote Switch
    When it comes to lumen output on a cycling light, your general commuter-type is likely happy with a small model with a 120 lumen output. Or less. But for fast descents or off-road riding after dark, Exposure's Equinox Mk2 Headlight Pack with Wireless Remote Switch is the obvious choice. The 1,200...
  • Exposure Switch Headlight
    When you're commuting regularly, a reliable light is a crucial part of your setup because, unless you only commute during midsummer, chances are good that one or both parts of your commute will take place in the dark at some point. Having a light that can last through traffic and inclement...
  • Exposure Link Plus Front & Rear Light Combo
    Exposure's Link Plus Front and Rear Light Combo combines a mid-strength, forward-facing light with a rear-facing light that's angled so that, while the front light is aimed at the road from a helmet or handlebar mount, the rear light is directed straight back to alert overtaking traffic to your...
  • Exposure Six Pack Mk7 Headlight
    When the days get shorter and evenings colder, you're going to need some serious lighting to continue with long evening commutes and post-work training adventures. Like a case of delicious beverages lifting spirits on a dreary Friday afternoon at the office, Exposure's Six Pack Mk7 Headlight...
  • Exposure Strada 800 Road Specific Headlight
    Rather than focusing strictly on one application, your road rides are diverse in any given year. We understand; dabbling in a bit of everything is often the most fun way to go, but don't tell the pros that. You try and show up for a few Wednesday night races in your local crit series, as well as...
  • Exposure Diablo Mk8 Headlight
    Not all headlights are created equal, especially if you expect them to keep up when you spontaneously turn onto your favorite singletrack in the dark. Outfitting your bike or helmet with Exposure's Diablo Mk8 Headlight ensures that you'll be able to see the trail ahead. Its 1400 lumen beam sets a...
  • Exposure Joystick Mk11 Headlight
    From the awkwardness of your early teen years through the angst and self-discovery of college, to the transitional years beyond, you and your joystick have weathered more than a few storms together. Now that your days of all-night gaming and group meetups have moved aside in favor of a more...
  • Exposure Sirius Mk5 Headlight with TraceR Tail Light
    When you're commuting, you know better than to count on a few tired reflective accents on your wheels to keep you seen by motorists. Rather than relying on headlights and streetlights to reflect off of you, equip your commuter frame with Exposure Lights' Sirius Mk5 Headlight with TraceR Tail...
  • Exposure Switch Headlight with TraceR Tail Light
    Sure, the bulk of your commute takes place in crowded bike lanes permanently cast in a downtown glow, and you seldom feel like you're actually riding at night. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't have some kind of light mounted onto your commuter bike. Instead of spending big on a high-lumen...
  • Exposure Switch Headlight with Flare Tail Light
    Whether you're fortunate enough to have been commuting for years now or you've decided it's finally time to take a leap and start, you probably already know the importance of having a light. When surrounded by the sea of options that exists currently, we wouldn't blame even the most seasoned...
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