The Fenix BC26R is a professional, rechargeable bicycle light for mountain and road cycling, and is the first bicycle light from Fenix to feature the 21700 sized battery. It is suitable for long distance and high intensity riding, and capable of a maximum output of 1600 lumens on the turbo mode.
Please note batteries and a charger are not supplied, please see the accessories to add two 18650 batteries and a charger if required
The Fenix BC30 V2.0 updates the BC30 and is now capable of a maximum output of 2200 lumens on the burst mode and 1500 lumens on the highest constant mode, which is an increase of 400 lumens and 300 lumens respectively.
The current Fenix BC30R is capable of a maximum output of 1800 lumens on the burst mode and 1000 lumens on the high constant mode, which is an increase of 200 lumens in both modes from the older BC30R. The light is turned on and off by holding down the main power button and while the torch is on the same button accesses strobe with a double click.
The Fenix BC35R is a high performance, rechargeable bike light and is capable of a maximum output of 1800 lumens on the burst mode and 1000 lumens on the highest constant mode which is turbo. It uses a XHP50 LED which offers an even and soft neutral white beam.
The Duracell front bike light is designed to be attached to your handlebars using the included bike mount to guide you on your bike at night, but it could also be attached to any other pole to light an area as desired. Whatever your application may be, the light offers a constant on white light setting and a strobe setting if you want to attract more attention.
Nitecore 21700 USB-C rechargeable lithium-ion battery included
The Nitecore BR25 is a bike light that can also double as a hand torch if required when removed from the mount. It utilises a Luminus SST40 LED to provide a maximum output of 1400 lumens, which combines with the OP reflector to provide a soft wide range beam.
The Olight x Magicshine RN 120 is a powerful rear red bike light that has a maximum output of 120 lumens in autobrake, which is visible from up to 1500 metres away, or 80 lumens in the highest constant output.