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A rider in the dark with high-vis cycling apparel and front and rear lights pedals toward a graphic neon light display showing the phrase “cut through the dark.”

Road LightsTrail LightsBe Seen Apparel

Your Eyes On What's Ahead

And Their Eyes On You

We’re creatures of habit. And as the sun turns down for winter, the ride goes on. Here, we’ve picked our best recommendations for road and trail lights and peak-performing, high-visibility riding kits to keep you pedaling. Paired together, you’ll see what’s coming, and drivers will see you. 

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A rider in the dark wearing high-vis riding apparel while using a handlebar mounted front light.

Lights For Road

Big Beams To Budget Buys

With the right lighting setup, we see more and are seen by more. Premium, high-tech pairings like Garmin’s Varia lead the way with innovative features like car radar, camera recording, and auto-adjustment to ambient light. But we also reach for budget blinkers that cast essential lumens into the dark for critical visibility on the road.


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A rider in the dark wearing reflective riding apparel while using a helmet and a handlebar mounted front light.

Lights For Trail

Illuminate Your Lines

There’s no ambient lighting off-road (unless you’re on a fun full-moon ride). So, you need to ride with high-output lights that deliver illumination of the entire trail. We love riding with at least 1000 lumens and often run a light on the bars and one on the helmet to get maximum coverage of the scene. On the flip side, after you’ve invested in your premium big-beam front light, you can pick up a budget-friendly rear blinker (one of the perks of not being a full-time roadie).


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A rider in the dark wearing reflective and high-vis riding apparel pedals. Their tail light casts a small light streak behind.

Reflective & High-Vis Kits

Apparel That Draws Attention

In our fall and winter riding apparel selection, we’ve gathered the best reflective pieces and ones with the most visibility to keep you seen (and performing) while riding through the worst of it.

A rider in the dark adjusts their reflective vest as the light catches the reflective details.

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