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Schmidt Edelux II Headlight

$178.00

The Schmidt Edelux II is close to being a perfect generator powered headlight for road or gravel use. It’s the Leica of the lighting world. It’s not the most feathery,...

Nitto Lamp Holder

$22.00

Even Nitto's smallest parts are done right. This small piece of stainless steel seems pretty nondescript, but it’s one of the few rack mounted lamp holders that is stiff enough...

Sinewave Cycles Beacon Headlight + USB charger

$350.00

Over in Analog land, we’ve been using and selling Dynamo powered headlights for years. We’re always on the search for the best of the best, whether it be hubs, wiring...

Leyzne Zecto Drive Taillight

$40.00

Bright, techy looking light from the masters of the CNC mill, Lezyne. Rechargeable, a few different modes (the only important one is solid/full brightness), easy to install. 3 hours of...

Busch and Muller Secula Fender Taillight

$36.00

From the Teutonic purveyors of the well engineered fun house mirror: The Secula fender light. It uses 58,000* tiny mirrors to throw a half watt of light around the perimeter...

Busch and Muller IXXI Rechargeable Taillight

$34.00

The IXXI (ick-see!?) sounds like a disease you get when you eat to much carnival food. But the Gothic lords of lux are as bad at naming things as they...

Spanninga Ruby 3 Taillight

$26.00

Ever turned on a Planet Bike Superflash taillight and been stoked by how bright yet affordable it was? First you installed it (horrible mounting hardware, curse you Planet Bike!) and...

Spanninga Vena Fender Battery Light

$27.00

What’s cheap, made in the EU, looks good, and pairs well with dark rides on dirt roads? Belgian Frites! ...And this fender light from Spanninga. A bit less tricky and...

Schmidt Dynamo Rack Light

$73.00

It’s 1963. Khrushchev is being driven around Moscow in his ZIL limo one dark winter’s night, when his chauffeur almost runs over a cyclist returning home from a day at...

Sinewave Revolution Dynamo Powered USB Charger

$120.00

The Sinewave Revolution was made by miniaturizing an Atari 7800 and replacing the game slot with a USB port. Not really, but it looks sorta like that. Why couldn’t it...

Schmidt Fender Light

$114.00

If the French Constructeurs didn’t give a frig about weight and knew about LEDs, this would have been the light they devised to mount on Mavic fenders. Nowadays, Mavic only...

Busch and Muller Light mounts

$7.00

Busch and Muller makes a ton of different dynamo light mounts. We secretly stock almost all of them, but these 2 styles are the most useful. Heavy gauge steel wire,...

Schmidt Light Mounts

$43.00

If’ns you have a headlight that needs to be mounted on your handlebars, these Schmidt light mounts are the ticket. Ideal for heavier lights like a Schmidt Edelux or Sinewave...

Top Light Line Plus B&M Taillight

$44.00

This is a rear rack dynamo light. The Busch and Muller Top Line Plus continues the German obsession with making lighting products that would be a perfect visual compliment to...

B&M µ "Micro" Taillight

$68.00

The Busch and Muller Micro Meuw is named after the sound our cat makes when he is locked in the shed accidentally. There is nothing in the shed he would...

Schmidt Seatpost Dynamo Taillight

$98.00

No rear rack? No fenders? No worries! Enter the Schmidt seatpost light. It’s minimal looking, like a tiny ice cream sandwich. But unlike an ice cream sandwich, it’s not sticky,...

Busch & Muller Secula Seat stay/Seatpost Taillight

$41.00

Safety nerds! This is your tail light. Even if the wiring gets cut, you still have a reflector. If the wiring does not get cut, you have a really bright,...

Sinewave Reactor

$220.00

The Sinewave Reactor started life as a kid’s drawing of the Millennium Falcon, which I propose to rename the Millennial Falcon. Dave at Sinewave clearly saw this drawing on a...

Schmidt Coaxial Hub Connector

$22.00

Coaxial wiring just means that instead of two copper wires running side by side, like a shotgun barrel, one cable goes down the center of an insulated tube, and that...

Schmidt Coaxial Y-Junction Box

$16.00

SON is nice enough to sell these little units for aftermarket modification of headlights. Soldering in this guy on your own can be a little tricky, only because the space...

Schimdt Male and/or Female Coaxial Connectors for Soldering

$7.50

You can use these male/female ends to add a quick "break-away" to any wire (but they are easiest to install with Schmidt's Coaxial Wire) on your bike. Say you have...

Male & Female Taillight Wiring Crimps

$0.25

These little buggers are for taillight wiring only. You can use them to marry the bare ends of your Beacon's taillight wires to their female counterparts that come with SON/Schmidt...

Blue Lug Koma USB Taillight

$36.00

Holy crap, is this not the cutest tail light ever? It’s 75% more cute than the previous cuteness champion, the Busch and Muller Micro Meuw. Very clever design. The little...

Schmidt Coaxial Wire by the Foot

$1.00

Coaxial wiring just means that instead of two copper wires running side by side, like a shotgun barrel, one cable goes down the center of an insulated tube, and that...