Review: Lezyne Mega Drive 1400 Lumen

Brighter than ever, this Lezyne Mega Drive still has a rock-solid output with field replaceable batteries for endless run-time.

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Review: Serfas USL-155

$40 gets you a well-executed light good for commuting, and if you want more, its got bigger siblings that can get you around on the trails.

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Review: Exposure Lights Diablo Mk.6

Mounting, ergonomics and weight continue to be excellent as the ultimate flashlight gets brighter with 1140 measured Lumens.

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Review: CatEye Volt 700

$120 with a measured 773 lumens, 2 hour run time is a winner. Plus it has Cateye quality.

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Review: Light & Motion Seca 2000 Race

It’s a little long in the tooth, but it still has one of the best beam patterns in the business. The Seca 2000 continues to impress with a wide and efficient beam pattern that lights up the trail and the periphery. Check out the riding video with the Seca 2000 in action.

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Video: Cam McCaul endures ‘dirt flurries’ in movie promo

Video: The forecast calls for dirt in this hilarious Weather Channel promo for Cam McCaul’s forthcoming “unReal” MTB movie from Anthill Films and Teton Gravity Research.

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Gear Review: Gates Carbon Belt Drive System

Gates Carbon Drive belt system a light, quiet option for single speeders.

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Review: Sigma Buster 200

To see or to be seen, this $45 light from Sigma actually achieves both. And that is a first at this price point.

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Video: Beti AllRide Mountain Bike Clinics

Video: The Beti Allride Clinic is on a mission to get more women on mountain bikes. Take a look inside at what makes these skill-building clinics more than just about riding your bike.

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Review: Bontrager Ion 700

Sporting a big beam pattern, the Bontrager Ion 700 delivers with the smallest package and the lowest price in the 700 Lumen category.

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Review: Fenix BC30

This dual-beam self-contained bike light has a good beam pattern and good light color, but the 1800 Lumen claim is a bit disappointing.

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Review: Gloworm XS

This tiny head unit is a monster of a light with 2350 lumens. Good batteries, charging and programability finish off the package.

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Review: Gloworm X1

This light is the ideal helmet light since the light head is so small at 63 grams. And the new GoPro compatible quick release mount is a welcome addition.

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Review: Lumicycle Summit Enduro Pack

It’s a well-sorted light from the UK but it’s not particularly bright or affordable.

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Review: NiteRider Lumina 750

The Lumina 750 evolves the line with more output. Beam pattern, form factor and quality continue to be top-notch.

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Review: NiteRider Pro 2200

At 2317 measured Lumens, this $400 light is actually quite practical for the high-end lights customer.

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Review: Serfas USL-505

This light puts out 484 Lumens for $80 in a new Serfas self-contained unit. It’s a decent light, but the $50 Serfas USL-305 is better.

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Review: Lupine Betty R 14 4500

This light is clearly not for everyone, but if you want the Bugatti Veyron of lights, this light cannon will put out 4700 Lumens.

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Review: NiteRider MiNewt Pro 770 Enduro

It’s not the brightest or the smallest but it does answer the call of the endurance racer with its long run time and decent charging time.

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In the Queue: A look at what’s new in Mtbr’s review hopper

In the Queue: Mtbr’s new weekly look at gear we’re testing, staring with product from Trek, American Classic, Absolute Black, Gates Carbon Drive, Magellan, Cleary and more.

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Review: Light & Motion Taz 1500

The Taz 1500 is all about beam pattern. We’ll even go out on a limb and say it has the best beam pattern of any self-contained bike light.

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Video: SRAM’s Always Summer Somewhere

Video: The SRAM crew sets their sites on New Zealand for their latest edit “Always Summer Somewhere.”

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Review: Lupine NEO 2

$245 German made light delivers with a huge beam pattern. Ideal as a helmet light, find out what we like about it and how it compares to the Piko 4.

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Review: Fuji SLM 29 – Carbon 29er Race Bike

The top of the line Fuji SLM 29 1.1 offers a race ready bike right off the shelf, but is also fun as well as fast.

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Video: Lego Mountain Biking Behind The Scenes

Creator Devon Brown gives us a peek behind the curtain and shows us how the popular Lego Mountain Biking video came to be.

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