Black Friday: Bored of the turbo? 30% off Exposure lights at Evans Cycles today only

Big discounts on high quality UK lights

The turbo trainer is all very well, but it's not very fun, is it? (Although if you're after one, we've got some great Black Friday deals here).

Instead, how about getting out and about after dark this winter, heading out into the dark cold lanes to get in some proper training that will be good for both mind and body.

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That means getting a good pair of lights, and you can't do much better than Exposure, a British brand that produces some of the highest quality lights on the market.

The downside of this high quality is that they can also be a bit expensive, which is why we'd advise taking advantage of the great discounts on the brand's lights being offered by Evans Cycles this Black Friday.

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Evans has got 30 per cent off off a number of Exposure lights this Black Friday (click here to see the complete list (opens in new tab)), but we've picked out a couple of our favourites.

If you're after a high-powered front light for serious road riding in dark lanes, then the Strada 1200 (opens in new tab) is impossible to beat. We reviewed it recently, and it really is an amazing product. It is currently available for £192.46 (reduced from £274.95) (opens in new tab).

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If that's still a bit pricey for you, and you want a rear light thrown into the equation too, then the Trace Front and Rear is available for just £66.46 (reduced from £94.95) (opens in new tab) with the front light pumping out 110 lumens and the rear light 75 lumens.

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Henry Robertshaw began his time at Cycling Weekly working with the tech team, writing reviews, buying guides and appearing in videos advising on how to dress for the seasons. He later moved over to the news team, where his work focused on the professional peloton as well as legislation and provision for cycling. He's since moved his career in a new direction, with a role at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.