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Exposure Lights Launch Day Bright Range for Increased Visibility

If cars have running day lights, why shouldn't cyclists?

With the clocks going forward this weekend, more of us will be hopping off the turbo trainers, pulling the bike out from winter hibernation, and hitting the roads.

Most modern cars today have running daylights to improve visibility on the roads. However, this can push cyclists into the background, and leave them overshadowed by traffic. Exposure Lights have developed a Day Bright range for cyclists which works in a similar way to that of a car.

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The British brand has designed a specific pulse pattern and lumen intensity for their new range to create a light that will be detected from over a Kilometre away on a country road and that cuts through the distractions of other vehicles and obstructions in modern city environments.

The Exposure Day Bright range is available here, starting from just £37. For more information, watch the short video below.

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