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3 Lights For Training In The Dark

See and be seen with three sport-compatible lights, perfect for low-light training.

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See and be seen with three sport-compatible lights, perfect for low-light training.

Knog Blinder Arc 1.7

$65, Knog.com.au

This small light—the length of a tube of Chapstick and 3.5 ounces—is surprisingly powerful (hence the name “Blinder”), with up to 170 lumens beamed in a wide, elliptical shape to light up the road ahead of you. The silicone strap attaches it simply to handlebars, and it has four modes, including flashing. The light is also waterproof and rechargeable via USB.

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Nathan Orion Strobe

$30, Nathansports.com

The 30-lumen LED in this mini clip-on light illuminates your path while three LED strobes keep you visible on the roads. It can easily attach to apparel or over apparel with the included belt, so it provides visibility without interfering with your workout. It’s water-resistant, and it features a flip-up USB for simple recharging.

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Light & Motion Vis 360 Run

$110, Lightandmotion.com

With an extremely bright white front light, amber side lights and red rear lights, this lightweight (4.6 ounces) headlamp keeps you visible from 360 degrees while indicating your direction to passing cars. It features a rechargeable battery, a battery gauge indicator and mounts for attaching to a bike helmet. Bonus: It’s handy for early-morning transition set-up.

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