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Item # LED0180

The 8th wonder ....

The Lezyne Mega Drive XL Front Bicycle Light extracts 1000 lumens from a compact, self-contained headlight. The Mega Drive clamps to your handlebar, no cords or bulky battery packs, and lights up the trail in front of you. It's that simple.

The most obvious difference between the Mega Drive and other lights is the CNC'd aluminum body. In the event that you take a spill (not hard to do on a trail at night), the Mega Drive can handle it. The machined aluminum body also dissipates heat, which can damage Li-ion batteries over time. It also looks good. You'll downplay the importance of style, but let's face it–you don't want to hang some cheap, plastic gumball-machine headlight on your carbon race machine. The Mega Drive is sporting a redesigned power button that increases the headlight's water- and weather-resistance. The new power button contains the green and red LEDs that allow you to monitor battery level without losing a pedal stroke. When the headlight is on, the indicator (located on top of the light housing) will be either green, red, or flashing red to indicate power level.

Lezyne’s Infinite Light feature is another unique innovation that adds versatility and usability for endurance riders, 24-hour racers, or anyone planning to outride the battery’s burn time. If you burn out your battery, just pop it out and slide in a fully charged Li-ion. It sounds simple but it’s a rare feature among trail lights and it allows you to ride as long as you want, depending on the number of backup-batteries you decide to carry.

Another performance-enhancing innovation is Lezyne's Constant Current technology. Constant Current delivers even and constant lumen output over the entire life of the battery without dimming or fading out as the battery loses charge. This feature increases efficiency to allow the Mega Drive to burn brighter, longer. The Mega Drive is also equipped with Lezyne's Maximum Optical Reflection one-piece internal reflection technology. The result is a light with fewer parts and a smoother, wider Uniform Power Beam.

The Mega Drive has three modes: Blast (1000 lumens), Enduro (500 lumens), and Economy (200 lumens). The battery is good for 1.5 hours, 2.5 hours, and 5.5 hours in each mode, respectively. Lezyne's design makes the Mega Drive visible from 180 degrees at night without illuminating your handlebars, which can be distracting. It includes Li-ion, rechargeable 18650 batteries and a USB charger, and a nylon handlebar mount.

The Lezyne Mega Drive Bicycle Headlight comes in black and is compatible with 31.8mm or 25.4mm road or mountain handlebars.

Tech Specs

Bulb Type:
Power Source:
Li-Ion batteries
Backup Power Source:
Battery Location:
Batteries Included:
Voltage Regulator:
yes, Constant Current
Blast , Enduro, Economy, Flash
(Blast) 1000, (enduro) 500, (Economy) 200, (Flash) 250
Burn Time:
(Blast) 1.5 hours, (Enduro) 2.5 hours, (Economy) 5.5 hours, (Flash) 10 hours
no, water-resistant
Claimed Weight:
250 g
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Lezyne Mega Drive Front Light

Responded on

so is this the 1400 lumen version? specs say 1,000

Responded on

Hey Josh,

This product video was taken directly from the Lezyne website. Our specs show the "Blast" lumens. The Overdrive mode puts out 1400 lumens.

3 5

Very Bright light Cateye Volt1200 better

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The light brightness, pattern and settings are good. The flashing setting is a bit slow and you can hear the light making noise - not the quietest LED - CatEye products are silent.

The battery is removable (replaceable) which is a plus compared to Volt 1200.

The sturdiness of the micro usb charging port should be improved.

I have to return mine after 10-12 charges it is coming loose and hard to make it charge properly.

Corners are sharp, but I haven't cut myself yet.

The mount is very difficult to use compared to CatEye's mount, although the helment mount option is cool. A bit heavy as a helmet light, but I am used to motorcycle helmets so it's not bad and awesome to see clearly everywhere I turn my head it's like a field spotting light.

Additionally, these are so bright now they blind other pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists. A beam pattern like projection lights in cars will need to be introduced as these pose a danger especially when on high settings.

Once they fix these design flaws, I'd give it 5 stars.

Using on an XtraCycle EdgeRunner 48volt 8Fun center drive electrified cargo bike. I would like to see some lights that can be integrated into the bike more and use onboard or generated power so they don't have to be removed for security purposes when leaving the bike.

Responded on

Regarding integration, you're looking for a dynamo setup. This entails a dynamo generator hub (replacing the hub in your front wheel) and a dynamo-powered LED headlight. Look for one that is StVZO compliant (German bicycle lighting law); they have lenses that prevent blinding oncoming traffic. Busch & Mueller is highly regarded in this area.

5 5


I use this for road biking, mostly just in case I get caught out late on a long ride. I was concerned it would be too heavy (can't really use as a helmet light), but it really hasn't ever concerned me and now I leave it on the bike most of the time just in case. Battery life has been great (at least as good as represented) and it is super bright. Only on rare occasions have I run it on full power because it can annoy oncoming people, cars and bikes. But 1000 lumens is nice to have when I am hurrying home down a back road in the otherwise pitch black. I got the "loaded" pack with an extra battery, but have never needed it and rarely carry it. But, again, I still like the option of up to 10 hours of light- maybe I'll go in search of a moonlight double century to ride. (Won't happen.) Mount on my round road bike bars is solid. Only thing I think could be improved is the beam pattern- it is pretty much round but with this much light capacity, I would prefer a triangle shaped beam. Oh, and it is a little slow to charge- definitely have to plan ahead. Nonetheless, I have a lot of hours on it and am really pleased.

Responded on

Cateye Volt 1200 is better in most respects except the battery is not removable.

4 5


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Literally, I cut my finger while opening up the back to recharge it. The machined edges could be a little duller. The mount is also a bit loose and hard to get tight. On a road back it's not bad but I can't imagine it off road. I am very happy with the brightness; it feels like I have a car headlight attached and I feel safer riding at night (though I shouldn't really be riding at night because it is dangerous regardless.) Overall happy with the purchase.

Responded on

After riding a year more, I'm reminded from time to time how bright this light is. Pedestrians have panicked as the bright light throws them into a state of confusion even coming from behind (I usually don't use the brightest state). Definitely don't purchase for a MTB as the mount is very finicky.