Light & Motion’s Urban series of commuter headlamps now has three models under $100, and they come in a wide range of colors as shown above.
And all of those iterations come with a new GoPro style mount and will ship free with all the 800 models. It’ll be $14.99 on its own if you want to add it to any other Urban light they’ve ever sold, letting you retrofit to any lights you already own.
And if your rides lead you off the pavement, there’s the new 850 Trail…
New 850 Trail looks like the Urban (shown above), but has a bit narrower beam to keep the light on the trail in front of you rather than a broad swath of road. The side illuminators are dimmed, too.
If you’re looking for a lot more light on the trail, you’re in luck. Their very excellent Seca 2000 drops in price, the Enduro is now $499 and the Race is $449. The “2000” number in the model name refers to the lumen output, which L&M measures using industry standard equipment they own so their claims are accurate. So, the 850 Trail (and Urban) pump out 850 lumens.
Both the Urban and Trail models will work with the new GoPro-style mount, which attaches in place of the strap.
That lets you mount it to K-Edge’s Garmin/GoPro combo mount.
K-Edge’s folks were also standing by to point out their Gravity Cap mount, too, which replaces the standard headset cap at the top of the steerer.
L&M’s Sidekick accessory video light made it through crowd funding. It was built for the dive market, so it’s very waterproof. It has a flood and a spot light totaling 600 lumens.
All of the above ships in July.