May I also suggest using flat pedals instead of clipless. I've had the most bizarre and unnecessary clipless based crashes in the dark. Everything looks different during night riding. The once familiar is a brand new eery place. And ffs run one on the bars and one on the headlight so you get some depth perception.
of course it looks different it,s dark LOL
I have gotten many a PR on trails at night that I ride the crap out of during the day.
Part of it I think is the reduced view down the trail so I only concern myself with whats in my immediate focal range .
I have also ridden trails at night that I have never ridden during the day and when I rode them during the day I was like WTF!!! did I just ride LOL .
With my lights I have a 1500 lumen dual bulb light on my helmet , and on the bike I run 2 900 lumen single pods on each side of the bars , typically I run one just in front of the tire and the other down the trail and the helmet adds light .
I run the helmet at it,s highest setting most of the time as well except for road/fsr climbs if the moon is out I twilight and safe the battery .
My lights of choice are from Gemini , not the cheapest but $$ well spent .