25th September 2018

Best Bike Lights under £50

best bike lights under £50

When the nights start drawing in and the mornings are darker which means if you want to cycle, you’re going to need some lights. Not only is this the law in the UK, it’s also just common sense – you need to make sure you’re seen and can see. Here you’ll see our roundup of best bike lights under £50. This list includes a mix of bicycle light sets as well as just front or rear lights.

CatEye Volt 200xc/Rapid Mini USB RC Set – £44.99

Perfect for commuting to work or university, these lights can easily be charged while you’re at your laptop through USB. Both front and back light sets have different light patterns so you can select the pattern that best suits the road conditions. A great safety light set under £50 which has a 200 lumen output for the front light and a 25 lumen on the rear.

CatEye Volt 200xc/Rapid Mini USB RC Set | Best bike lights under £50

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Moon Merak Bar End Light – £19.99

This budget set of safety lights are ideal if you need to regularly take your bikes lights on and off your bike. Why? Because the bracket (which it doesn’t need any tools to fit) stays on the bike while the lights are mounted through magnets which means it literally takes seconds to take on and off. The front light has a 40 lumen output while the read has 15.

Moon Merak Bar End Light | Best bike lights under £50

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CatEye Loop 2 RC Set – £24.29

A versatile set of secondary lights which easily attach to bikes, clothing, bags, helmets and more. Since they are so compact, they’re easy to take with you just incase your primary lights fail or for lending to a friend who unexpectedly needs to ride home in the dark.

CatEye Loop 2 RC Set | Best bike lights under £50

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Moon Vortex Front Light – £49.99

A brilliant front light for all seasons which just squeezes into our best bike lights under £50 category. With 600 lumens of output, it’s great for both on and off road use as it has an 84 degree beam angle – lighting up the road (or track) in front of you. The day flash mode also lets you be seen without draining the battery (which is easily charged through USB).

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CatEye Rapid X3 Rear RC – £44.99

Probably the brightest USB chargeable read bike light that you’ll find, this ultra-bright LED light has 150 lumen output and 360 degree visibility. Plus, it only takes 3 hours to fully recharge and has six modes including low/high constant beam, flashing pulse and more.

CatEye Rapid X3 Rear RC | Best bike lights under £50 | best rear bike light

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Lezyne Zecto Drive 250 Front Light – £29.69

A robust urban front bicycle light with 250 lumen daytime flash mode as well as several other modes which last up to 15.5 hours. With a rubber strap, it’s easy to fit and remove from you bike as well as being able to clip onto bags or belts.

Lezyne Zecto Drive 250 Front Light | Best bike lights under £50 | best front bike light

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Exposure Tracer Rear Light – £35.99

A stylish light that’ll fit the best looking road bikes around which adds only 35g to your ride. The 75 lumen output can last up to 24 hours on flash mode and has a battery that should last around 1,000 charges. Plus, the gauge will let you know when you need to charge so you’re never caught short when riding at night.

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