The Lezyne Strip Drive Pro is the company’s highest output rear light. In its brightest daytime flashing mode, it’s good for 300 lumens
The Cateye Rapid X3 is Cateye’s top-of-the-range rear light, pushing out 150 lumens on its top power setting. It achieves this using twin arrays of chip on board (COB) LEDs.…
The Knog Blinder R70 pushes out 70 lumens of illumination on its peak setting. It’s another long, thin unit which sits flush behind your seatpost. Knog packages the Blinder R70…
If you want a more powerful rear light, the Lezyne KTV Drive Pro dishes up 75 lumens of flashing power
The new format Lezyne KTV Drive light set has plenty of output for commutes or daytime running, in a compact format although it's tricky to recharge both at once
The Knog Blinder Mini light set comes in three different variants. All have a 20 lumen front and 11 lumen rear unit. We've tested the Niner.
The Lezyne Laser Drive rear light has a flashing mode with 250 lumen output and projects two guidelines onto the road surface for extra visibility
The Lezyne Lite Drive 700 XL is the entry-level light to Lezyne’s performance range, designed to see with as well as to be seen
Compact, easy to use and with five different modes, the Bontrager Ion 350 R is a great front light for commuters
British brand Exposure provide well built, stylish and bright lights for both road and off-road riders. The Exposure TraceR has done a great job at keeping me seen from the…
British brand Exposure has been providing road riders and mountain bikers with quality light components for many years. How does the latest Exposure Switch deal with the commute?
As bright a front light as you could ever need for road riding, the Exposure Strada 1200 is an well-constructed light with class-leading battery life.
The Mini USB Combo set provides compact front and rear commuter lights in a single package. The front light has two LEDs. Switch it on and it starts off in…
The simple and effective Knog Blinder Mob Four Eyes is a very good rear bike light, with good brightness, a choice of modes, and impressive battery life.
The Knog Blinder MOB V is a very smart rear light which you won't need cable charge as it features an integrated USB plug that can survive all conditions.
At £60 for the pair, the NiteRider Lumina Micro 450/Sabre 50 combo represent great value and will be more than bright enough unless you're going off-road.
The Cateye Volt 800 is a good and solid front light, that does a good job lighting up the road ahead. However I found it a bit heavy, but the…
The Guee Sol 700 Plus is a very compact and well performing front light with a great ambient sensor that gives power according to the external light conditions
We've put the Light & Motion Urban 850 Trail front light through its paces, being impressed by its brightness, but side illumination could be better.
The NiteRider Sentinel 150 is a very good rear light with impressive brightness and a neat feature that projects a lazer bike lane onto the road behind you.
The Guee Aero-X rear light is a good rear light if you need something that will fit an aero seatpost, just be careful not to snap the rubberised bands.
The Cateye Volt 1200 front light is a more than bright enough to light up the darkest country lanes and also has excellent battery life and tool-free mount.
Integrating a camera and a rear light into a single unit, the Cycliq Fly6 is a really innovative product that's great if you want to film commuting footage.
We've tested Specialized's Stix Sport Combo lightset, a compact good value pair of lights to be seen with when out on the road. They're USB rechargeable and don't get in…
We've tested Lumicycle's very powerful Apex light both on road and off. It's as powerful as a car headlamp and provides as much confidence when riding.