So enduro.

Be careful when you’re trail riding with the NiteRider Pro 2800 Enduro Remote, because small planes might confuse it for a landing light and try to touch down right on your dome. That’s one of this risks you run when you blast 2800 lumens of light out into the night, but it’s worth it to see the details of the trail like it’s daytime.

The Pro 2800 mounts solidly to your bars, where you can enjoy easy access to its six modes, including long-lasting flashing, race, and walk settings. The bar-mounted remote sits right next to your grip and makes it even easier to toggle between modes as your needs change. Recharge the six-cell Li-Ion battery using the included AC adapter, and then get back out there and show those dark trails what’s really up.

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Performance is acceptable

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Light output is adequate on high setting but is still not as bright as I anticipated based on reading the tech specs from NiteRider. The light is mounted to my handlebars and remote battery is mounted to the down tube; both the components attached without any issues. I plan on keeping the light as overall performance is acceptable.