Light & Motion Seca 2000 Enduro Light

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See your favorite trails in a whole new light.

Riding at night puts a whole new twist on the trails that you know and love. However, bright lights have a tendency make it even better. And with a whopping 2000 lumens on tap, the Light and Motion Seca 2000 Enduro Light certainly qualifies as bright. It gets its light output from six LEDs, which are able to be run at either a medium or low setting in order to boost battery life. Additionally, the six cell lithium ion battery ensures that you'll have all of the run-time that you need. So, if you need bright lights for long rides, the Seca 2000 is ready when you are.

Picking up where the Seca 1700 left off, the Seca 2000 Enduro boosts the maximum output by 300 lumens. The result is stadium-level lighting for the trails, so you won't have to slow down when the sun goes down. To achieve this, the light features six of the highest quality LEDs on the market, meaning that you gain both efficiency and power. In the full-strength 2000 lumen setting, you're able to expect an impressive two-and-a-half hours of run time off of a full charge. But, not every situation requires this degree of lighting. For example, while it may be necessary for descents and high speed trails, climbs and slower sections allow you to get by with more moderate output. Accordingly, you have the option to run the Seca 2000 at either a medium 1100 lumen setting, or a low 575 lumen setting. Additionally, you're able to run the 575 lumen setting in pulse mode, for when you're primarily concerned with being seen. And, as you'd expect, reducing the lumen output boosts the run time. Along these lines, you'll get 5 hours in the medium setting, 10 hours in the low setting, and 20 hours in pulse mode.

Powering the Seca Enduro is a six cell lithium-ion battery, as opposed to the three cell battery found in the Race model. The additional three cells add about 150 grams to the overall weight, and nearly double the run time in each respective mode. Hidden inside the body of the light is a pair of bi-conic reflectors. And in case you're wondering what that actually means, basically, the full output of each bulb is directed towards your field of vision by reflective elements inside of the light. The result is bright, even lighting that doesn't waste any power.

You might imagine that lighting this powerful puts off some serious heat, and you'd be right. That's why L&M engineered aluminum cooling fins, which control the heat and maximize the life of the bulbs. There's a tool-free mounting system that makes attaching and removing your light a breeze. And better yet, it's easily compatible with aftermarket mounts, including a head mount for precise beam placement.

The Light and Motion Seca 2000 Enduro light is available in the color Titanium. Please note that the battery, power cord, and charger are all included in this package.

  • 6 CREE LED array with 2000 Lumen output
  • 6 cell lithium ion battery with external charging port
  • 5 modes: high, medium, low, SOS, Extended Runtime
  • Power cord, charger, zippered pouch included
  • Handlebar/helmet mount included
  • Dimensions: 2.4 x 1.6 x 2.2-inches; 343-gram weight

Tech Specs

Power Source:
6-cell Li-ion
Batteries Included:
high, medium, low, pulse, race high, race low
[high] 2000, [medium] 1100, [low] 575, [pulse] 575, [race high] 1600, [race low] 850
Burn Time:
[high] 2.5 hours, [medium] 5 hours, [low] 10 hours, [pulse] 20 hours, [race high] 3.5 hours, [race low] 7 hours
Claimed Weight:
495 g
Recommended Use:
mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Avg. ride time: 4h 30m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

Night Hikers Beware

    I upgraded my Seca 800 recently with this bad boy. It is insanely bright! Everything is dialed in with the light as I've come to expect from light and motion. The cord reaches a jersey with ease. It mounts to a handlebar or helmet easily, and the battery is shaped to hug a seatpost if you don't want to carry a pack or throw it in your jersey pocket. Depending on where you mount it. No issues for me so far, I never had any in the 3 years I've had my seca 800 either, so I think it should be smooth sailing. Battery life is great. If you want to ride fast at night, and maybe blind some unsuspecting night hikers at the same time, than this light is for you.

    Avg. ride time: 6h 14m per week
    • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

    Years of experience. Proven.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The first quality light I ever owned was a Light and Motion ARC Li-Ion. It was one of the first nice light I owned and at 16 years old it was one of the most expensive things I owned. It changed my perspective on riding, doubling the time I could get out after school and the rest was history.

    Fast forward more than a decade and Light and Motion and still the leader of the pack in this department. The Seca 2000 has a very light head-unit which doesn’t get enough praise. Running it on your helmet is ideal because of the simple tool-free mount, the low weight and of course the light output. After one simple test ride I put it to the text at an after-hours XC race in Utah. The course was two laps, descending the infamous Rush Trail each time. Jumps, berms and hundred foot drop-offs are all part of it.

    I rode to victory with the Seca 2000 on my head and L&M Urban 850 on the handlebar. The cord is plenty long to reach the jersey pocket (or in my case hip-pack). The simple yet secure rubber mount is replaceable if needed and never moved around on my head. I do need to be critical of the power button on the light as far as touch goes. It’s both the same material and depth as the rest of the casing so when you’re wearing full-finger gloves it’s tricky to locate to toggle between settings. A raised rubber button would be much easier to locate and tap.

    For the 90 minute race I ran it on high with no concern of running the battery out. On longer rides I run it at medium with still plenty of light and more confidence in that 5 hours of battery.

    Overall — great option and definitely go with the Enduro over the Race for the extended battery life. Add 150 grams and you’ll ride all the same, but run out of battery life on the trail and you’re in a bad spot.

    Avg. ride time: 8h 20m per week
    • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I initially gave this product 2 stars. After dealing with the outstanding customer service at Light & Motion, I decided to take it its current rating of 4. After a few emails and sending a video of the light flickering, they were quick to send me a new light free of charge being that it was still under warranty.

    First issue I had with this light was the charger. Upon removing the charger from the wall outlet, it broke and almost ripped the wiring apart. I will need a new charger.

    Second issue, after riding for about an hour and 30 minutes, pretty serious, rocky downhill, the light began flickering. The battery had been fully charged prior to my ride, and was used on the high setting for maybe 30 minutes. The flickering progressively got worse to where the light no longer worked. The flickering was a lot like a dying strobe light.

    Other than the 2 issues I had, when the light was functioning properly, it did illuminate the trail enough for super technical, high speed descents. I never once felt as if I needed more light.

    Control the daylight

      I have been using this light in the Utah desert, local trails and on road rides. It has 6 different settings for every type of ride you like. Very easy to charge and I would suggest the Enduro over the race because of the battery life. Great to have the power to ride whenever you want. BOOM!

      Control the daylight

      The "Daylight"

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      After using a number of handlebar mounted lights for night riding, the Seca series is my favorite. The 2000 is just the top of the line up. I run this light on the bars, and use a helmet mounted light as well. The Seca's beam patter is wider than other brands I've used, and the silicone gripper mount is easy to install and adjust on the handle bar. The head unit's light weight allows for such a simple mount to be more than adequate. One of my favorite feature of the Seca is the "race mode" that allows use to use the low and high beam settings with just one push of the button. To get to race mode, with the light off, you just press and hold the button down until the turns on. The cord to the 6 cell battery is more than long enough, and the velco mounts hold the battery securely in place. It's a very easy system to set up and adjust. I use the medium setting when climbing, and the full 2k on descents, and have not exhausted the battery on a 2 hr ride.