Safety has always remained at the forefront of all our endeavors, and past campaigns such as “Lights 4 Lives”, “Be Safe Be Seen” and “Rider Safety Through Visibility” have dramatically improved the awareness of the need to use bike lights.
MULTIPLE LIGHT MODES
All NiteRider lighting systems feature multiple eye-catching light modes that give you the power to select the setting that best suits your current riding environment.
DIALED-IN FOR OPTIMIZED VISIBLITY
28 years ago NiteRider released the first high powered line of self-contained bike lights. With our custom reflectors, optics and circuitry; we’ve dialed-in the perfect combination that will give you added peace of mind to enjoy your ride while out on the roadways.
RIDER SAFETY THROUGH VISIBILITY
Be visible when it matters the most, DVF all light visibility. With DVF technology, you get increased visibility by motorists from your front and rear.
More automobile and motorcycles are incorporating daytime running lights for increased daylight visibility. We think cyclists should do the same. Our goal is simple; encourage riders to use lights on their bike, day or night.
With your help, we have an opportunity to effect change and increase overall rider safety.
DON’T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT…
“I highly recommend this light. I’ve had several motorists tell me they could see me far up the road, and were amazed how bright and eye-catching it is. It holds a charge really well, too.”
Matt P. of Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. For Solas 150
“I chose NiteRider for my front and rear lights to insure that I had the most visible profile while riding, coupled with being an industry leader in light duration and durability. I have been a NiteRider customer for over 22 yrs of bicycling, and I am still here… so that is something to be said for NiteRider! Trust me when I say that while you might pay a little more, you gain by performance and safety. Pedal safe my friends.”
Thom L. of Rocklin, California
DID YOU KNOW…
80% of accidents happen during the day
“40% of all cycling related fatalities in 2012 in the USA were the result of cyclists being hit by vehicles from behind.”
League of American Bicyclists “Every bicyclist counts.” Bicycling Magazine Sept 2014
Daytime running lights on bicycles significantly reduce the likelihood of collision by 33%
Paine, et al. 2006