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Exposure Strada Mk4
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Exposure Strada Mk4

Cycling > Lights
$399.95

Exposure Strada Mk4 - The requirements of on-road lighting systems are different enough from off-road systems to demand their own design parameters. Exposure's Strada Mk4 Bike Light features the same high-tech resin lens technology as the rest of Exposure's lights, except with a distinct beam pattern for better light dispersion on paved surfaces. The lens is specifically designed to maximize light collection from the two Cree XPG R5 LEDs and efficiently produce a flat and wide pattern to light the shoulder and road ahead without disturbing oncoming cyclists and motorists alike.

Exposure Diablo Mk5 Light
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Exposure Diablo Mk5 Light

Cycling > Lights
$209.95

Exposure Diablo Mk5 Light - 1100 lumens of light, a hair over 100g, and it's self-contained. Heavy bragging rights there, for Exposure's Diablo Mk5 Light and reasons for competitive 24hr racers and KOM terrorists alike to consider this torch. If you've ever snagged a power cord and had a singletrack tunnel go dark or would never consider spoiling a beautiful frame by running cables all over it, then you know the appeal of cable-free lights.

Exposure Joystick Light with Helmet Mount
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Exposure Joystick Light with Helmet Mount

Cycling > Lights
$165.00

Exposure Joystick Light with Helmet Mount - With seven years under its belt, the Exposure Joystick Mk7 has continually evolved as Exposure has grown to be a leader in the performance lighting market. Now sporting a boost in output to 400 lumens and Exposure's new Optimized Mode Selector, the lightweight Joystick Mk7 with Helmet Mount continues to light the way. The Joystick's low weight and one-piece design was a significant departure from the separate battery and light units that once dominated the market.

Exposure Helmet Mount
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Exposure Helmet Mount

Cycling > Lights
$25.45

Exposure Helmet Mount - The Exposure Lights Helmet Mount is a sturdy threaded mount that's designed to secure your compatible Exposure Light to your helmet. All that is required is a vent hole in the helmet, as the mount has built-in washers on top and bottom. You simply screw it together, clamping the ribs aside the vent hole between the two pieces. The top of the mount has a C-shaped clip that snaps securely around the body of the Diablo, Joystick, or Spark light housing.

Exposure Race Mk8 Light
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Exposure Race Mk8 Light

Cycling > Lights
$288.95

Exposure Race Mk8 Light - You're not going to give up on riding just because the sun set. And whether you're looking to maximize your visibility for commuting, or you're trying to tear up the trails without running into traffic, the Exposure Race Mk8 Light will add some much needed safety to your ride. With a maximum output of 800 lumens, odds are that you'll be the brightest one in your group. Its durable aluminum construction and top quality LEDs mean that you're able to expect years of trouble-free use.

Exposure Red Eye Micro
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Exposure Red Eye Micro

Cycling > Lights
$18.65

Exposure Red Eye Micro - The Exposure Red Eye Micro is, without a doubt, the smallest rear taillight we've ever seen. Taking full advantage of Exposure's Smart Port Technology Plus, it simply plugs into the port and switches on and off with the light. It works with the Diablo and Joystick helmet-mounted headlights. The Rey Eye Micro weighs about the same as a Presta valve stem and is smaller if you can believe it. There are no wires, and there's not a darn thing fancy about it.

Exposure RedEye Light
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Exposure RedEye Light

Cycling > Lights
$41.20

Exposure RedEye Light - This RedEye Helmet Light is a bit different than the Long Cable version that we also sell. Here, the lamp bezel is CNC machined aluminum, as is the housing. It's also a bit more compact. It comes with a double-ended clip that allows it to snap directly into place in the body of the Diablo or Joystick headlights. The RedEye simply plugs into the Smart Port and runs off the built-in battery of the front light; we've not seen a cleaner design than this for a modular light system.

Exposure WhiteEye Light
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Exposure WhiteEye Light

Cycling > Lights
$46.70

Exposure WhiteEye Light - The Exposure WhiteEye is CNC machined aluminum throughout, save for the plastic lens. It looks just like their RedEye Helmet Light, but instead of producing a glowing red light to be seen from the rear, the White Eye produces 240 lumens from its single Seoul P4 LED. It can be used to give additional power to your compatible Exposure headlight. It comes with a double-ended clip that allows it to snap directly into place in the body of the Diablo or Joystick.

Exposure 1-Cell Piggyback Battery
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Exposure 1-Cell Piggyback Battery

Cycling > Lights
$125.95

Exposure 1-Cell Piggyback Battery - Exposure Lights builds many of their headlights with what they call Smart Port Technology Plus. This is what allows their modular design. And with the Smart Port, you can bolster the run time of your compatible headlight with this 1-Cell Piggyback Battery. It plugs into the back of the light and charges the light as you use it. The 1-Cell Piggyback Battery is sealed inside a machined plastic housing and is weatherproof just like Exposure's lights.

Exposure Axis - Single XML Light
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Exposure Axis - Single XML Light

Cycling > Lights
$202.45

Exposure Axis - Single XML Light - The fact that you can attach the 550-lumen Axis Single XML Light to your helmet, complete with battery, in a sub 100 gram package is pretty impressive to say the least. Exposure's makes this possible through the use of LED technology, a 2900mAh lithium ion battery (good for 2 - 36 hours), and extensive engineering. This includes collimated Lens Technology, a high-tech resin lenses that's specifically designed to maximize light collection from the Cree XML white LED.

Exposure Beacon Light Diffuser Cover
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Exposure Beacon Light Diffuser Cover

Cycling > Lights
$17.95 - $19.95

Exposure Beacon Light Diffuser Cover - Exposure's Beacon Light Diffuser Cover is just that -- a beacon. This simple add-on for Exposure Lights is perhaps the simplest, most effective accessory ever. It transforms your light from one that throws a punch of light down the trail to one that casts a strong glow in every direction. In reality, the Beacon Light Diffuser Cover makes a light like the Diablo, for example, better for general cruising down a trail.

Exposure Blaze Tail Light
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Exposure Blaze Tail Light

Cycling > Lights
$123.70

Exposure Blaze Tail Light - The lightweight Blaze Mk1 is a new addition to Exposure's extensive line of cycling lights. It fills the rear LED niche, but instead of relying on an external power source, it has its own fully rechargeable internal battery. Like Exposure's headlights, the Blaze uses Smart Port Technology Plus. Essentially, it's a cylindrical plug that allows you to insert the smart charger. But, it also enables you to plug in accessories like additional LED taillights, back-up batteries, or a remote switch.

Exposure Car Charger
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Exposure Car Charger

Cycling > Lights
$15.95

Exposure Car Charger - At a 24hr race, there was a time you'd need to cart your nightlight to a dedicated charging station and hope that it was still there when you returned to pick it up. With Exposure's Car Charger, you'll be able to top off your light at camp, or on the drive to the trail..

Exposure Fast Charger
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Exposure Fast Charger

Cycling > Lights
$31.45

Exposure Fast Charger - Sometimes the call to ride leaves little lead time. For those impromptu moments, top off your Exposure lights with the Fast Charger. It'll give the battery a quick boost to get you through the ride..

Exposure Joystick Mk8 & RedEye Light Pack
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Exposure Joystick Mk8 & RedEye Light Pack

Cycling > Lights
$202.45

Exposure Joystick Mk8 & RedEye Light Pack - This Exposure Joystick Mk8 and RedEye Light Pack combines the tiny RedEye rear light with a 400 lumen Joystick Mk8 for front and rear visibility in a helmet-mounted design. The RedEye cleanly attaches to the Joystick Mk8 via Exposure's Smart Port Technology Plus. Essentially, it's a cylindrical plug on the back of the lamp unit that allows you to insert the smart charger, backup batteries, or accessories like the RedEye LED taillight.

Exposure Reflex MK1
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Exposure Reflex MK1

Cycling > Lights
$449.96

Exposure Reflex MK1 - Pushing out 2200 Lumens, the Reflex Mk1 torch takes over as Exposure's flagship model. Lighter than the MaXx-D and brighter than the Six Pack, it's the light source high-speed night riding demands. Brightness is one aspect of a quality nightlight, and with two new technologies that build on Exposure's industry leading designs, the Reflex Mk1 aims to provide the ultimate night riding experience. One of those new features is Reflex Technology.

Exposure Remote Switch
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Exposure Remote Switch

Cycling > Lights
$49.95

Exposure Remote Switch - The modular design of Exposure Lights is due primarily to their Smart Port Technology Plus. The Smart Port allows the use of this Remote Switch to facilitate easier access for the switch on the light. You'll find it handy during the cold months when you've got gloved fingers or if you prefer to keep you hands on the bars at all times and would like to simply toggle between power settings with your thumb.

Exposure Sirius Light
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Exposure Sirius Light

Cycling > Lights
$118.95

Exposure Sirius Light - While commuting by bicycle requires adequate lighting, you don't need the same output or bells and whistles that a 24-hour racer demands. That's where the Sirius Mk1 falls in Exposure's line up -- a powerful, simple to operate, and lightweight light for getting you across town safely. Like other Exposure designs, the Sirius uses a Cable Free Design. It houses the 2600 Lithium ion battery within the light itself. This keeps storing the light in your pack a tangle-free affair and prevents snagged cables when installed on the bike.

Exposure Sirius with Flare
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Exposure Sirius with Flare

Cycling > Lights
$172.45

Exposure Sirius with Flare - Exposure has quickly become an endurance and 24-hour racer's cup-o-tea when it comes to high-performance lighting. That's because of its extremely low-weight, cable-less design, and long-lasting, high-output products. While commuters don't need all the high-tech bells and whistles competitors demand, they do need application specific features like the ones found on the Sirius with Flare to make the jaunt across town safely. The Sirius houses a 2600 Lithium ion battery within the light housing itself.

Exposure Six Pack Mk4 - 6 LED Super Light
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Exposure Six Pack Mk4 - 6 LED Super Light

Cycling > Lights
$579.99

Exposure Six Pack Mk4 - 6 LED Super Light - If you're reading this, you didn't end up here by accident. You're here because you're looking for the ultimate handlebar mounted light setup. So allow us to introduce you to the Exposure Six Pack Mk4 - 6 LED Super Light. At the maximum output setting, it puts out around 2000 lumens. That's brighter than the high beams on your car. And despite the unreal light output, the complete setup still comes in under a pound, making the Six Pack the light of choice for 24 hour racers.

Exposure Strada Mk5 Road Specific Light
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Exposure Strada Mk5 Road Specific Light

Cycling > Lights
$299.95

Exposure Strada Mk5 Road Specific Light - Exposure's Strada Mk5 Road Specific Light features the same high-tech resin lens technology as the rest of Exposure's lights, except a distinct beam pattern provides better light dispersion for paved surfaces. The lens is specifically designed to maximize light collection from the two Cree XPG R5 LEDs and efficiently produce a flat, wide pattern to light shoulders and road ahead without disturbing oncoming cyclists and motorists alike. And, with an output of 800 lumens, not blinding other road users becomes crucial.

Exposure Support Cell
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Exposure Support Cell

Cycling > Lights
$49.95 - $134.95

Exposure Support Cell - If you're running one of Exposure's lights, and you need even more battery life, the Exposure Support Cell is precisely what you need. This secondary battery piggybacks off of your existing system. It's available in three sizes, and as you probably guessed, increased size equates to an increased battery life. The batteries are housed in an attractive carbon fiber case with machined aluminum end-caps for added durability. In other words, these Support Cell make your light even more perfect for pushing the limits well after dark.

Exposure Trace Light Pack
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Exposure Trace Light Pack

Cycling > Lights
$112.45

Exposure Trace Light Pack - Each of Exposure's Trace Lights in this front and rear Pack weigh slightly more than 400 grams, which makes them ideal for not only commuters, but long-distance riders, too. So, if you're unsure if a ride's going to push into the dark, just toss them in a jersey pocket. This is possible because Exposure combines a powerful, yet efficient Cree XPG LED with a lightweight 700 mAh lithium ion battery in a CNC'd aluminum body.