Bicycle light detailed introduction
Bicycle lights are lamps installed on bicycles for riders to ride at night.
Bicycle lights can be roughly divided into two types: self-powered and battery-powered bicycle lights, and self-powered bicycle lights can be divided into tire friction power generation and hub built-in power generation.
There are two types of motor power generation; battery-powered bicycle lights can be further divided into battery and light separated type and battery and light integrated type. Self-powered bicycle lights need to withstand frictional resistance even when the lights are not required to be turned on, which is unacceptable for demanding riders. Therefore, battery-powered bicycle lights are more commonly used.
Bicycle lights can be divided into front lights, rear warning tail lights and hot wheels (also called wheel lights).

The importance of bicycle lights
When you use the flashing taillights during the day, your visibility can be increased by 2.4 times compared to a rider who does not use the lights at all;
Studies have shown that the accident rate of bicycles equipped with daytime cycling lights has been reduced by 33%;
Eight out of 10 bicycle accidents occurred during the day, when most people were riding bicycles. Daytime cycling lights are one of the most effective lighting products, helping to improve your visibility during peak hours;
In today’s world of absent-minded drivers, taking steps to improve safety is more important than ever.