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Sept. 12, 2018, 7:54 a.m. -  Andrew Major

For everyone who really gets into it - at least on the terrain we ride locally - the end game is generally a big, bright, and boldly trail illuminating system - or two. NiteRider Pro, L+M Seca, I still see the odd Lupine, etc.  And there was a time when that kind of investment was pretty essential to enjoying technical trails. It is nice to be able to get a really good taste for under $200 (say the Ion Pro + GoPro helmet mount). I’ve confidently hit any Blue and the easier Blacks with that light. Although I’m much faster - and able to tackle more terrain - with the Pro turned on too.

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