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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    The Burner utilizes a bank of 24 LEDs, emitting an 100 lumens via a 180-degree spread of red light (click to enlarge). East London based company Blaze has a new tail light to keep you safe at night. The Burner utilizes a bank of 24 LEDs, emitting an 100 lumens via a 180-degree spread of red...
  2. General Cycling Discussion
    The Blaze Laserlight features nice machining. Editor's Note: This article is part of RoadBikeReview and Mtbr's 2016 Bike Lights Shootout. See the RoadBikeReview Commuter Lights Index and the 2016 Mtbr Headlights Index. The Lowdown: Blaze Laserlight We were instantly intrigued with this light...
  3. General Cycling Discussion
    This U.K.-made light includes two modes and three brightness settings Why You Want: You ride your bike in lowlight situations, you don't want to get hit by a car or other moving vehicle, and you want a light you can recharge. Pros: Where to begin? I love this light. The U.K.-made Exposure...
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