Stay on the trails longer with a headlight to brighten up the trail. Check out these lights in a range of brightness, versatile mounting options, and beam patterns. Curious about night riding? Start with these tips.
Specialized Flux 850 Headlight
The Flux 850 is a powerful, inexpensive light that comes with a helmet mount. Read more.
Lezyne Lite Drive 1000XL Headlight
With a high lumen-per-dollar ratio and a light helmet-ready weight, this headlight is well worth its price tag. Read more.
NiteRider Lumina 1100 Boost Light
$99.95 | $84.99 sale
This is another compact, quality light priced under $100. Simply double tap for an extra boost of light. Read more.
Blackburn Countdown 1600 Headlight
The nifty timer feature on the Countdown 1600 lets you know how much battery is left so you won’t be left in the dark. Read more.
Knog PWR Mountain 2000 Headlight
This versatile light has interchangeable batteries, decent battery life, and an easy to use twist-head, plus it can be used as a power bank. Read more.
Light and Motion Seca 2500 Enduro
With a maximum output of 2500 lumens, the Seca Enduro steps closer to a reasonable amount of light for night racing and sundown to sunup rides. Read more.
Gloworm XSV Light Set (G2.0)
Where the Gloworm XSV G2 really sets itself apart is with the battery and its various smart features and standardized connectors. For a limited time, save 15% off all light systems with the coupon code SINGLETRACKS2021 Read more.
Magicshine Monteer 8000s Galaxy Light
This thing is about 8x as powerful as most mountain bikers need, so you could also mount it to the front of a tractor for night farming, or strap it to the hood of your car if the headlights go out. Read more.