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Setting You Up for Success

No matter where you ride in the world, it’s highly likely that if you ride at night there’s a legal requirement to have a set of bike lights on your bicycle. Even if it’s not a legal requirement it’s highly advisable to have some form of lighting on your bike at night; even during daylight hours, daytime running lights have become a common sight.

What’s in a bike light set?

It’s pretty simple, you’ll get a front and rear bike light. As is generally required, the front light will be white and the rear red. Typically, you’ll find the front light is brighter (rated in lumens) than the back. No prizes for guessing why, the front light is used to help you see where you’re going and for you to be seen. The rear light is only needed to ensure you are seen.

Attaching Your Light Set

There’s a number of different ways that light sets can be attached to your bike. Perhaps the most common is with an elasticated rubber band that stretches round your bike’s handlebar or seat post. This is the simplest means of attachment and makes things easy if you have multiple bikes you swap lights between. A little more complex is a plastic mount you can tighten onto your bars with your fingers or a tool. Something to consider with this type of mount is that they might not fit snugly on non-round bars and can be a little more fiddly to quickly swap between bikes. Lastly, brands like K-Edge make mounts capable of carrying your bike computer and front light simultaneously.