Shop by Store


Shop by Category

Hockey

Skiing

Clothing

Tennis

Baseball

Football

Fishing

Snowboards

Supplements

Skates

Surf

Golf

Running

Fitness

LaCrosse

Mountain

Cycling

Swim

Water

NHL



Wiggins stops bid to make British 2020 Olympic team in rowing - News Shorts

Bradley Wiggins has stopped his efforts to make the British Olympic team for the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo in rowing, telling Eurosport on his eponymous show that he has too much to do. Im still training every day, most days, with it. But Ive decided that Im not going for the Olympics because Ive got too much other stuff to do, Wiggins told show host Adam Green. I need to give myself a break. I just havent got time to train three times a day. To the level I want to do it to its a full-time jo...


Carthy renews with EF Education First-Drapac

EF Education First-Drapac announced on Friday that Briton Hugh Carthy has extended his contract with the team for another two seasons. The 24-year-old feels he has made good progress with the team and hopes to continue on an upward trajectory. I made great progress last winter, Carthy said in a team press release. I made some changes with my training and lifestyle and added that to the experiences I gained last season. Sometimes progress isnt always visible on TV. Ive made steps forward all yea...


Ten Dam signs for CCC team

The nascent CCC team, run by Continuum Sports, have confirmed the signing of Laurens ten Dam from Team Sunweb, with the Dutchman becoming the latest in a long list of signings. News of Ten Dams move was first reported last month but was officially confirmed on Friday. The 37-year-old brings 16 years of experience to the table, with 10 appearances at the Tour de France under his belt. He spent eight years at LottoNL-Jumbo - formerly Rabobank - before joining Sunweb in 2016, where he has helped T...


Nairo Quintana to ride Memorial Marco Pantani ahead of World Championships

Nairo Quintana (Movistar) is set to make one more racing appearance ahead of the World Championships road race next week. The Colombian will ride the Italian one-day race Memorial Marco Pantani on Saturday along with recovering teammate Mikel Landa, who confirmed earlier this week that he will not be racing at the Worlds in Innsbruck. The near-200-kilometre race will give Quintana a chance to test his legs after finishing the Vuelta a Espaņa last weekend. Quintana rode the Vuelta having alread...


Nizzolo signs for Dimension Data

As revealed by Cyclingnews this week, Giacomo Nizzolo will ride for Dimension Data next year, with the South African team confirming the Italian sprinters arrival on Friday. The signing of Nizzolo, on a two-year deal, comes as Dimension Data prepare to lose Mark Cavendish, who looks set to join Bahrain-Merida.  Nizzolo has only ever known one team, having spent all of eight of his professional years at Trek-Segafredo, joining when the team was established in 2011.ADVERTISEMENT Although he did...


To Hell and back: A World Championships preview - Podcast

The UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck are just around the corner with the team time trial due to bring up the curtain on the event this Sunday. There will be eight days of action in the Austrian city, which will feature some of the toughest World Championship courses in recent memory. In this weeks edition of the Cyclingnews Podcast, the team of Sadhbh OShea, Patrick Fletcher and Procycling editor Ed Pickering take a look at whats to come in Innsbruck. We talk about the demise of the te...


Cycling News:

Wiggins stops bid to make British 2020 Olympic team in rowing - News Shorts

Bradley Wiggins has stopped his efforts to make the British Olympic team for the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo in rowing, telling Eurosport on his eponymous show that he has too much to do. Im still training every day, most days, with it. But Ive decided that Im not going for the Olympics because Ive got too much other stuff to do, Wiggins told show host Adam Green. I need to give myself a break. I just havent got time to train three times a day. To the level I want to do it to its a full-time jo...


Carthy renews with EF Education First-Drapac

EF Education First-Drapac announced on Friday that Briton Hugh Carthy has extended his contract with the team for another two seasons. The 24-year-old feels he has made good progress with the team and hopes to continue on an upward trajectory. I made great progress last winter, Carthy said in a team press release. I made some changes with my training and lifestyle and added that to the experiences I gained last season. Sometimes progress isnt always visible on TV. Ive made steps forward all yea...


Ten Dam signs for CCC team

The nascent CCC team, run by Continuum Sports, have confirmed the signing of Laurens ten Dam from Team Sunweb, with the Dutchman becoming the latest in a long list of signings. News of Ten Dams move was first reported last month but was officially confirmed on Friday. The 37-year-old brings 16 years of experience to the table, with 10 appearances at the Tour de France under his belt. He spent eight years at LottoNL-Jumbo - formerly Rabobank - before joining Sunweb in 2016, where he has helped T...


Nairo Quintana to ride Memorial Marco Pantani ahead of World Championships

Nairo Quintana (Movistar) is set to make one more racing appearance ahead of the World Championships road race next week. The Colombian will ride the Italian one-day race Memorial Marco Pantani on Saturday along with recovering teammate Mikel Landa, who confirmed earlier this week that he will not be racing at the Worlds in Innsbruck. The near-200-kilometre race will give Quintana a chance to test his legs after finishing the Vuelta a Espaņa last weekend. Quintana rode the Vuelta having alread...


Nizzolo signs for Dimension Data

As revealed by Cyclingnews this week, Giacomo Nizzolo will ride for Dimension Data next year, with the South African team confirming the Italian sprinters arrival on Friday. The signing of Nizzolo, on a two-year deal, comes as Dimension Data prepare to lose Mark Cavendish, who looks set to join Bahrain-Merida.  Nizzolo has only ever known one team, having spent all of eight of his professional years at Trek-Segafredo, joining when the team was established in 2011.ADVERTISEMENT Although he did...


To Hell and back: A World Championships preview - Podcast

The UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck are just around the corner with the team time trial due to bring up the curtain on the event this Sunday. There will be eight days of action in the Austrian city, which will feature some of the toughest World Championship courses in recent memory. In this weeks edition of the Cyclingnews Podcast, the team of Sadhbh OShea, Patrick Fletcher and Procycling editor Ed Pickering take a look at whats to come in Innsbruck. We talk about the demise of the te...


SKU-bontra-light_flare_r_city_rr Bontrager Flare R City Bike Light from Als Sports  sku

Bontrager Flare R City Bike Light - bontra-light_flare_r_city_rr by Bontrager

Item description: This Cycling Bontrager product is by Bontrager - PAINT THE CITY DAY OR NIGHT. 35 Lumens of power and the wide visibility angle of the Flare R City tail light ensure you're seen all over the city streets, day or night. A wide beam spread, focused optics, and an interruptive flash pattern make it visible from over 400m during the day. A built in ambient light sensor provides auto-brightness control, and the included Quick Connect bracket offers simple removal for recharging via the included USB cable.FEATURES 35 Lumens provide visibility from over 400m day or night Wide visibility angle intended for city use Two day-time visibility modes and two night modes Day flash 35LM-8hrs, night flash 35LM-16hrs, day steady 10LM-3hrs, night steady 2LM-20hrs Integrated light sensor for auto-brightness control Battery save mode at 5% life helps ensure a safe ride home with depleted battery Quick connect bracket with 16 degree offset compensates for seatpost angle Includes Quick conn... Learn More

Manufacturer: Bontrager

Category: Bontrager

$33.99

See the Price of Bontrager Flare R City Bike Light

You may also consider:

  Bontrager Flare R Taillight
Let's be honest riding at night is never fun when no one can see you. Fix that problem with the Bontrager Flare R Taillight featuring balanced optics designed to make you visible both day and night from over 2km away.Bontrager Flare R Taillight Features: 65 Lumens provide visibility from over 2km day or night for ultimate safetyBe seen with balanced optics designed for 270 degree visibility near and farTwo day-time visibility modes, two night modesDay Steady 4.25hrs, night steady 21hrs, day flas ...See The Price
 
  Bontrager Glo/Ember Light Set
This great light Set combines Bontrager's Glo and Ember lights for convenient front and rear visibility! These super-compact lights have a single LED (Glo is white for front; Ember is red for rear) that can be run in steady or flashing mode and make you visible from 2,000 feet! Plus, you can attach them pretty much anywhere in seconds with simple silicone straps!Bontrager Glo/Ember Light Set Features: Front headlight Rear safety light Good for commuting Trail riding ...See The Price
 
  Bontrager Ion 100 R Bike Light
SMALL BUT POWERFUL. The Ion 100 R is daytime visible and designed for the city. A wide beam spread, focused optics, and an interruptive flash pattern make it visible from over 500m during the day. A built in ambient light sensor provides auto-brightness control, and the included Quick Connect bracket offers simple removal for recharging via the included USB cable.FEATURES Focused optics provide be seen safety with a broad but powerful light Integrated light sensor auto-adjusts brigh ...See The Price