Sadly it’s getting towards the end of daylight saving time and as such the daylight hours to get your riding done are getting shorter. That means big kit and bike lights – the latter being extremely important if you want to stay safe on the roads. This page houses the best deals we can find on bike lights, including excellent Exposure, Lezyne and Knog.
The products featured have been chosen because we know they’re good quality and are an excellent offer at the price we’ve included (at the time of writing). Our tech team have unrivalled expertise and years of experience testing new products, so you can trust our recommendations – and we also know what represents a good deal. Where we’ve reviewed the product we’ve included a link to it so you can read more.
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Exposure Diablo Mk10 was £215, now from £162
Simply put the Exposure Diablo is one of the best front lights of all time. Small and light enough to be worn on your helmet but equally at home on handlebars the Diablo puts out up to a whopping 1500 lumens to turn night into day. Charging is super quick and the simple mode toggle can give you settings that can last up to 24 hours.
Blackburn Dayblazer 400 Front/Click USB Rear Light Set was £49.99, now £34.99
Looking for a light set that is simple, affordable and bright? The Blackburn Dayblazer 400 front and Click USB rear are a really neat set of commuting lights. The Dayblazer 400 features something called blitz daytime running mode, versatile mounting options, excellent side visibility and the Click rear light packs 20-lumens of light.
Knog PWR Road 600L front light was £84.99, now £61.99
Knog’s latest range of lights is pretty innovative. Taking a modular approach the range uses swappable components to mix and match the lights to how you want them. As it suggests, this version pumps out 600 lumens. The removable power bank can also be used to charge other devices making it even better for the commuter or bike packer.
Exposure Link Front and Rear Combo Light was £70, now £56
The Link is the perfect all-in-one compact commuting light solution. This design provides powerful front and rear light that is bright enough for use day and night. Designed to be worn on a helmet it illuminates from both ends and with the new Daybright mode can be seen up to one kilometre away. Perfect for the daily commute.
Buy now: Exposure Link at Wiggle for £56
Lezyne Strip Drive Pro 300L was £50, now £34
Five LEDS and 11 different modes makes the Lezyne Strip Pro a great choice for your rear this winter. Plus Its maximum output is 300 lumens which is a very large amount for a rear light.This is the very latest, updated version with better optics and a more user friendly charging port.
Lezyne Super Drive 1500XL was £109.99, now £60
Another beast of a bike light, the Lezyne Super Drive pumps out a whopping 1500l via two LEDs. It too has an intelligent power meter, letting you know when the juice is getting low plus it uses Lezyne’s MOR technology to help spread the beam wider.
Knog Blinder Mob Mr Chips rear light was £39.99, now £28.99
With its 120° beam and reflective faceplate, Mr Chips makes sure you are seen not just from the rear, but from the side too. This bright bike lights long runtimes and output of 44 lumens ensures you are well seen up to at least 1.2 kilometres away, all night long. Simple and rapid seatpost straps make fitting the Mr Chips simple and the USB charging plug is hidden cleverly in the body.