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The CygoLite ExpiliOn 800 USB front bike light includes a powerful 800-lumen beam for daily commutes, singletrack at dusk or low-light training. When it's time to recharge, just plug into a USB port.

  • Features

    • 2nd generation Cree XM-L LED puts out a powerful maximum of 800 lumens and is paired with precise optics for a beam pattern that's optimized for cycling
    • Aluminum bezel helps protect light and improves durability; water-resistant design protects light from inclement conditions
    • 4 constant lighting modes: boost, high, medium and low
    • Four special lighting modes: 2-in-1 SteadyPulse™, day flash, walking and S.O.S.
    • SteadyPulse illumination mode combines steady brightness with an alerting flash, letting you see what's ahead of you while simultaneously letting others know your presence
    • Day Flash mode enhances rider visibility in peak daylight
    • Run times vary between 2.3 hrs. (boost) and 38 hrs. (S.O.S.)
    • Removable, quick-release lithium-ion battery stick can be charged via computer USB port or an electrical outlet; charge time of 5 hrs.
    • Illuminated control button features built-in power indicators for easy reference and access; includes low battery and charging status indicators
    • Quick-release mount on the CygoLite ExpiliOn 800 USB light fits 25.4 - 31.8mm diameter handlebars
    • CygoLite ExpiliOn 800 USB bike light comes with a battery stick, USB cable, wall charger, helmet mount and tool-free handlebar mount

    Made in USA.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Bulb Type


    Number of Bulbs


    Max Light Output (Lumens)

    800 lumens

    Headlight Mounting

    Handlebar and Helmet

    Battery Mount




    Charge Time

    5 hours


    Lithium ion

    Integrated Battery


    Battery Life On High

    2.3 hours

    Battery Life On Low

    9 hours

    Battery Life Flashing

    38 hours


    140 grams

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