Best Cyber Monday bike lights deals 2021: Savings on Lezyne, Knog and Exposure

Now is the perfect time to find great deals on the best bike lights to keep you riding through winter

Cyber Monday bike light deals
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The best Cyber Monday bike deals are here, and among the sales racking, we've found plenty of Cyber Monday bike light deals.

Cyber Monday is the final day of the pre-Christmas sales period, in 2021, it falls on Monday, November 29. And why use this as an opportunity to pick up a new beam? Well, the need for a quality set of bike lights is only going to grow as the nights draw in – assuming, of course, that you haven't just resigned yourself to the turbo for the next five months.

Fortunately, this also happens to be the time of year when great discounts are there ready to be hoovered up. 

We've been putting in the grunt work, hunting out the very best bargains, and the result is laid before you here.

But if you want to dig a little deeper into our reviews, check out our guide to the very best bike lights (opens in new tab) over here.

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Cyber Monday Bike Lights Deals: USA

High power front lights

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 Knog PWR Mountain 2000L Front Light: $246.49 $144.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save $101.50 More than just a high powered light, it will also function as a battery pack and can almost fully charge an iPhone – twice. The ModeMaker app allows you to customise and remove the light settings too, so you only have the flick between ones you actually use. 

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Exposure MaXx-D MK2 SYNC Front Light: $533.70 $371.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save $161.71 British brand Exposure have a strong reputation for producing the most desirable bike lights out there. Not only are they incredibly bright and packed full of clever technology to help you maximise battery life, the high build quality has meant we have some units a decade old which are still going strong. 

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 LifeLine Pavo 2000 Lumen Front Light: $149.99 $109.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save $50 As Wiggle's in-house brand, LifeLine products generally make for pretty great value for money. So when discounts are stacked on top those already low prices, they become really quite head turning. 2,000 lumens and runtimes between 1:50 and 16 hours, depending on mode.

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LifeLine Ara 2000 Lumen Front Light: $172.99 $118.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save $54 If you're planning an epic through-the-night adventure, going for a separate battery and light combo is the best choice. Run times are a little longer and you can quickly swap another fully charged battery pack when you drain the first.

Mid power front lights

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Knog PWR Trail 1100L Front Light: $150.49 $95.49 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save $55.00 Essentially a slimmed down version of the 2000 lumen model, the PWR Trail 1100L still doubles as a power bank and allows you to customise the light settings through the mode maker app,

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Exposure Link Plus DayBright Light Combo: $92.40 $59.98 at Backcountry (opens in new tab) Save $32.42 If you're looking for something small, lightweight and compact for city commuting, the Exposure Link offers both a front and rear light in one helmet-mounted package.

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Knog PWR Commuter 450L: $54.95 $39.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save $15.95 The compact size and robust rubber strap makes this light easy to swap between bikes. Like the other lights in the PWR range, you can create your own light settings with the ModeMaker app and use the light's battery as a charger pack for your phone.

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Lezyne Lite Drive 1000XL Front Light: $102.99 $58.49 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save $44.50 At 1,000 lumens this light has ample power for fast riding on unlit roads – although you would want something with a bit more oomph for night gravel riding. With its compact size and robust silicone strap, it makes a great high-power commuter option. 

Rear lights

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Garmin Varia RTL515 Radar Rear Light: $232.49 $185.99 At ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save $46.50 Not just a powerful rear light with a 6 hour battery life in solid mode and 16 hours in flashing – it pairs with your Edge bike computer or compatible smartphone to give you alerts of passing cars from up to 140 meters away with its rearview radar

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Exposure Blaze MK3: $161.49 $103.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save $57.50 This light features all the latest tech from Exposure. It can sense when you're braking and will flare up to signal this to those behind you. The light can also sense when a rider is behind you and will dim itself so as not to dazzle them. The only downside to the light is its full price cost.

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Lezyne Laser Drive 250 Rear Light: $88.99 $51.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save $37.00 With a robust co-molded lens/body construction, we've found the Laser Drive more than up to the task of daily use. The light has a nifty party trick of beaming out two lasers to mark out your own personal cycle lane as you're riding along. 

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Moon Cerberus Rear Light: $46.89 $33.99 At Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save $12.90 Able to pump out an impressive 150 lumens, the Cerberus makes a cost effective rear light which can also function as a daytime running light. With a wide beam pattern, you get 270-degrees of visibility, while the silicone strap makes it easy to mount to aero seatposts

Blinker sets

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Knog Cobber Twinpack light: $116.49 $71.49 (opens in new tab) Save $45.00 With a spread of 330 degrees, the Cobber greatly increases side-on visibility for roundabouts and junctions. They feature integrated USB recharging, so no need for cables, and you can program the lights to get the light levels and flash you're after. 

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Knog Blinder Mob Kid Grid Front Light $54.99 $29.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save $25.00 Although designed for the purpose of being seen rather than for seeing, Knog has still given these an impressive amount of power – enabling the user to be seen from as much as 1.2 kilometres away 

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Lezyne LED Femto Light Set: $34.49 $21.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save $12.50 With their diminutive size and running on two CR2032 batteries, the Femto makes a versatile lightset which can just be popped on without having to worry about packing a charger cable.

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LifeLine USB Safety Light Set: $22.99 $18.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save $4 Featuring direct USB charging, there's no need to remember to pack a cable or buy spare batteries. If you want to add a bit of extra visibility with minimal faff, these make a great option.  


Cyber Monday Bike Lights Deals: UK

High power front lights

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 Knog PWR Mountain 2000L Front Light: £179.99 £115.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save £64.00 Knog’s PWR range features a number of nifty tricks. Able to double as a battery pack, this light can almost fully charge an iPhone – Twice. The ModeMaker app means you can totally customise the light settings too, so that you only have to flick between the ones you actually use. 

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Exposure MaXx-D MK2 SYNC Front Light: £435.00 £325.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save £110.00 Based in the South of England, Exposure has a glowing reputation for its lights. Super bright and packed full of clever technology for maximising battery life, they’re also highly durable – some members of the CW team have some over a decade old and still going strong.

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 LifeLine Pavo 2000 Lumen Front Light: £129.99 £89.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save £40 With Lifeline being retail giant Wiggle’s in-house brand, its products are generally pretty great value for money. With discounts stacked on top, the prices become truly head turning. You don’t often see 2,000 lumens and a 1:50 to 16 hour runtime for under £90.

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LifeLine Ara 2000 Lumen Front Light: £129.99 £99.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save £30 If you're planning an epic through-the-night adventure, going for a separate battery and light combo is the best choice. Run times are a little longer and you can quickly swap another fully charged battery pack when you drain the first.

Mid power front lights

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Knog PWR Trail 1100L Front Light: £109.99 £81.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save £28.00 Still doubling as a power bank and allowing you to customise the light settings through Knog's mode maker app, the PWR Trail is essentially just a slimmed down version of the 2000 lumen model.

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Exposure Link Plus DayBright Light Combo: £85.00 £75.00 at Tredz (opens in new tab) Save £10 Combining a front and rear light into one helmet-mounted package, the Link Plus is a simple lighting solution which is literally effortless to swap between bikes – provided you keep your helmet the same.

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Knog PWR Commuter 450L: £49.99 £29.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save £20 A robust body and strong silicone strap, this light is easy to mount and dismount. Similar to the other ‘PWR’ lights , you can use its battery as a charger pack and customise the light setting using the ModeMaker app.

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 Infini Super Lava 300: £54.99 £38.49 at Freewheel (opens in new tab) Save £13.74 With a compact design and flexible silicone strap, the 300 lumen Infini Super Lava is a great low bulk option for city commuting or as a daytime running light for your road bike. To get this discount, just enter DARKNIGHTS at checkout.

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Lezyne Lite Drive 1000XL Front Light: £75.00 £48.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save £26.01 At 1,000 lumens, this light is right on the borderline with high powered lights. We put it here but its body shape is more typical of a mid powered light – which makes it a great option for a commute that takes in some unlit roads. 

Rear lights

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Garmin Varia RTL515 Radar Rear Light: £169.99 £159.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save £10.00 Paring with your Edge bike computer or a compatible smartphone, the aria can giev you alerts of passing cars from up to 140 mters away, using its rearview radar. Boasting a six hour battery life in constant mode and 16 hours in flashing, it delivers solid performance just as a rear light

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Exposure Blaze MK3: £115.00 £92.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save £16 Packed with tech, this light will flare up under braking as well as automatically dimming itself when it senses a rider on your wheel. With a super long battery life, the only downside to the light is its high RRP – fortunately that’s less of a sticking point now.

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Infini Sword Super Bright 30: £39.99 £27.99 at Freewheel (opens in new tab) Save £10.00 Keeping things simple with just three modes, the Sword Super Bright can toggle between constant high, constant low and flashing, for a runtime of between one and seven hours. To get this discount, just enter DARKNIGHTS at checkout.

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Lezyne Laser Drive 250 Rear Light: £65.00 £41.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save £23.01 Bright, robust and with a long battery, the Laser Drive has an extra party trick of beaming out two lasers to sketch out your own personal cycle lane as you're riding along. It is quite a large unit, although it does attach nicely to an aero seatpost. 

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Moon Cerberus Rear Light: £34.99 £24.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save £10 Pumping out an impressive 150 lumens, the Cerberus is a cost effective rear light that can double as a daytime running light. The silicone strap makes it easy to attach to aero seatposts, while the shape of the body gives 270 degrees of visibility.

Blinker sets

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Knog Cobber Twinpack light: £84.99 £58.99 (opens in new tab) Save £26.00 Featuring an integrated USB, there's no need to remember cables and, as with other Knog lights, you can program them to give the light settings you want. A whopping 330 degrees of visibility helps keep you seen at roundabouts and junctions.

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Knog Blinder Mob Kid Grid Front Light £39.99 £23.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save £16.00 These might be designed with simply ‘being seen’ in mind, rather than ‘for seeing’, but Knog has still chosen to give them a substantial amount of power – the lights are still visible from as much as 1.2 kilometres away.

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Lezyne LED Femto Light Set: £21.99 £16.99 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) Save £5.00 If you don’t want to mess around with charger cables, Lezyne’s Femto rear lights run on two simple CR2032 and last for ages.

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LifeLine USB Safety Light Set: £19.99 £14.49 at Wiggle (opens in new tab) Save £4 A differing take on charging simplicity, these do use a lithium-ion cell, but plug directly into a USB socket – no need for a cable. For extra visibility and minimal faff, these are a great option.

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