The RL720 or RL770 is the right choice if you need a bike light which lights up a road with little or no street lighting. It is a no-friction dynamo with a front light that has a powerful beam and that throws a wide cone of light onto the road ahead of you and a bright rear light that makes you very visible to the traffic behind you.
- Front and Rear Light Powered by a Friction-Less Dynamo
- No Batteries Required
- Front Light With Powerful Beam
- Rear Light Flash or Steady
- E-Approved Reflector for Maximum Light Spread
- Side Position Lights
- PowerBackUp – Stays on a While When You Stop
- Always On – Always Safe
- For Fixed Mounting on the Fork Crown and Luggage Rack
- Auto On/Off
The RL720 or RL770 is the right choice if you need a bike light which lights up a road with little or no street lighting.
The front light, which is steady on all RL700 models, has side position lights which emit light through small holes at angles of as much as 270 degrees, greatly increasing visibility in traffic. Both the front and rear lights have E-approved reflectors. The front light is fitted to the fork crown above the front wheel, while the rear light is fitted to the luggage rack with two bolts (included) that can accommodate luggage racks provided with holes located 50-80 mm apart (see picture).
The light sets from the RL700 series are powered by a dynamo which is mounted on the seat stay. The bike light produces its own environmentally friendly induction power by means of a coil in the dynamo and magnets on the bicycle spokes – completely without the use of batteries. The lights are permanently mounted, so you always have them with you. The light is always on whenever you cycle, which makes you extra safe in traffic, day and night.
Magnet-powered bike lights mean no more dead batteries, no forgotten bike lights, no friction when you cycle – just lights which are always on and always safe.
The RL720 and RL770 are sold as complete sets with front and rear lights.
Both the front and rear lights have PowerBackUp which will keep the light on for a few minutes after the bicycle stops. This will make sure you won't be left in the dark if you have to stop at, for example, a red light.
If you prefer to have the rear light mounted on the seat post, this is the one you'll need.