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The Proviz range of bike lights will ensure that you can see and be seen when cycling after dark. With sleek, lightweight designs they won't get in the way. They are super easy to attach and detach and changing the batteries is a doddle. THE LED360 use the very latest in Bike Light technology, combining LED360 and PV Optical Technology to ensure a fantastic light beam but not draining the battery quickly.

Our bike lights use Samsung batteries which give the battery that much longer and are USB rechargeable. We have a range of front and rear lights from handlebar mounted to our stem based Procyon bike light.

All of our lights are mountain bike and road bike suitable and we have both front and rear lights. If you have multiple bikes you can quickly and easily swap them around.

Front Bike Lights

Our front bike lights range in power from 300 lumens to an impressive 600 lumens meaning a visibility up to 200m with run times from 7 to 16 hours depending on flash mode. All of our lights range from water / splash resistant upto to IPX-4 rating.

Rear Bike Lights

Our rear lights offering upto 220 degree wide angle visibility with both flashing and full modes and visible upto 650m. They can be mounted on a number of places from the bike stem to a helmet mount. Our current rear light range offers upto 20 lumens.

Bike Light FAQ

Some common frequently asked questions about bike lights

How many lumens is good for a bike light?

The minimum lumens for a bike light depends on the usage. If on lit roads then at least 200 lumens is enough going upto 400 for an unlit road. For trail riding you could go higher.

Do you legally need bike lights in the UK?

It is a legal requirement to have a front and rear light on a bike in the UK. Lights must be fixed with the front one being at least 1.5m from the ground and at least centrally mounted or on the right hand side. The rear light needs to be red, positioned centrally and between 35cm and 1.5m from the ground. The light needs to be clearly visible from behind.

Can you get fined for not having lights on your bike?

According to the rules within the Road Vehicles Lighting Regulations (RVLR) it is illegal not to have lights between sunset and sunrise. So whilst you may not get fined it would be much better in terms of safety.

What is better HID or LED bike lights?

HID, or Xenon gas lights, are considered to be inferior on many fronts to that of an LED. LEDs have lower power draw meaning they have longer battery life, longer lifespans, do not fade and can be brighter than HID.

How many lumens do I need to ride a bike at night in the UK?

A front light needs to have at least 48 lumens and the rear the same. This is based on the industry standard of 4 candelas.