I love using NiteRider™ lights because they are very bright, dependable in pouring rain forests and arctic blizzards, and have both a wide flood and long distance beam to shred as hard and fast as you want to. I am a father of two little ones and after bedtime I can ALWAYS get out for a NiteRide!! –Brett T.
Tinker Juarez is our longest standing sponsored rider – running our products throughout his career. We are proud to sponsor this cycling icon. Tinker has been one of the most recognizable figures, winning countless races as well as being an inductee in the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame and the BMX Hall of Fame.
NiteRider lighting made all the difference for me at the USAC National 24 Solo MTB Championnships in NM last year….the night was amazing and flew by, even with the cold dip at about 4 am! Now, NiteRider lights up the darkness on my bike-commute that includes the chance to dive into some trails, en-route…I LOVE THE NIGHT! – thanks NiteRider! -Laureen
Performance & reliability of lighting systems are crucial for 24hr racing. NiteRider™ lights have been critical to my success on the bike. I use them for both racing & commuting and have always been attracted to the brand for their dedication to continuous innovation and superior customer service. –Rich.
Living on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains with a 14,000 peak directly to our West, the sun disappears early all year round and especially in the Winter months. NiteRider™ lights give me the freedom to go play in the hills on my own schedule… –Cameron.
Josh Tostado’s purpose in life is to have fun… Josh’s fun is pushing himself to the limit – 24 hours at a time. The rewards of his pursuit of happiness include being the 3-time Solo Champion of the famed 24 Hours of Moab and 5-time winner of the Breckenridge 100.
I have been riding/racing for a LONG time! My racing “career” started while I was in my first year of college. A friend I ran cross country with, along with my brother, decided it would be “great fun” to take me out mountain biking and just watch me crash.
Although I compete in lots of different races, my favorite is 24-hour racing. There is something completely awesome about being able to ride through the night and watching day break. Plus the feeling that I get when I cross the finish line is incomparable.
Dave Franks competed in his first endurance event in 1999, at the 24hrs of Adrenalin in Canmore, AB as a team. You’ll find him training in the Rocky Mountains in Canada year round on his Carver or his fatbike, or working on some skills with his 8 year old son Zachary.
This last year Terri finished top 3 in all three Spartan events while also earning her trifecta, competed in the 12 hour Dawn to Dusk Adventure race and took 1st in solo women and competed in her first multi day adventure race “The Gold Rush” in Sonora, CA.
Kristen Gross is a Canuck in Cali—she arrived in 2013 to the land of “always summer” and has been on her bike almost every day since. She races cross country mountain biking in the pro category, and to prepare for her events, she spends about 90 percent of her training time on the road.
Working full time at the bike shop during the winter it’s hard to hit the trails before the sun goes down, so it’s important to have a good, reliable set of lights to ride with. Riding at night is totally different from riding during the day — it’s so much fun you feel like you’re getting away with something! –Jill.