The Best Bike Lights for the Trail: NiteRider MiNewt Pro 750

The light's disappearing earlier and earlier, but I'm not ready to stop riding.

Sep 24, 2012
Outside Magazine

NiteRider’s MiNewt Pro 750 is a well designed LED headlight that shines brighter than a klieg light far up the trail. Even on varied terrain at 25mph, you cannot out-ride its 750-lumen beam. NiteRider, the southern California bike light specialist, has impressed riders for years by engineering great trail illumination for both commuters and top competitors. Good optics differentiate this $250 unit, which mounts on a helmet or handlebars. On the downside, at 7.6 ounces, it weighs more than the CygoLite or Cateye and has a bulkier two-piece design.

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