Looking for the best headlight for your bike? Most high power bicycle headlights have a full round beam patterns that blind oncoming traffic (cars, trucks, buses, other cyclists, pedestrians). The Outbound Road Edition headlight is the exception. I've been looking for a properly shielded high power headlight for years and I've finally found one. This headlight will blow your mind it's so good.
Using the same design principles that are found in the latest high end automotive LED headlights, the Road Edition brings a sharp cutoff beam pattern with an intense evenly illuminated field of light to make road riding more comfortable, longer lasting, safer, and enjoyable for everyone.
No longer do you have to dim your lights or aim them way down to avoid blinding on-coming traffic or pedestrians. Increase your safety and enjoy the ride longer!
Engineered & built in the USA!
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|Peak Intensity||110 lux|
|LED Chip||1×5 Lumiled Altilon|
|LED Driver Efficiency||96%|
|Input Voltage||7.4V, max 14V|
|Battery||7.4V 6400 mAH|
|Battery Brand||LG Electronics|
|Charge Time||4.5 hours|
|Run Time||2.8 to 13 hours|
|Dimensions||56 x 61 x 48mm|
|Materials||Magnesium, Silicone, ABS|
I recently did an organized night ride here in Utah. Over 1200 people attended. Waiting at the start line I was able to compare my Outbound Light to those around me. I was amazed at the difference! It made me understand why a lot of people (me included) got a little nervous for riding at night – you can’t really see what’s going on around you. The brightness with the wide beam pattern had me feeling totally comfortable on the bike. Being able to see what’s going around me and my relation to it with speed and distance gave me so much confidence in my ride. I was able to actually enjoy the ride instead of being on edge the whole time wondering what I couldn’t see and if I was going to hit anything! Loved it!
My light was heads and shoulders above every other light I compared it to that night – and there hundreds of ‘direct comparisons’ as I made my way through the ride that night.