The Azonic and ONeal product line spans everything from protective gear, technical clothing, to cockpits, and pedals. This year they’ve updated those product lines and introduced a whole new line of lights targeted towards commuters.
First up is rechargeable headlights. It will be offered in three different versions. The smallest offering is the Light Joe, which retails for $29.99, and has an operating time of one hour at 200 Lumens (or 4 hrs at 50 Lumens). The Adam is the middle child, retails for $49.99, and has a run time of 2 hrs at 100 Lumens. The Hoss retails for $69.00 and will push 350 Lumens for 2 hrs. Charging time for these lights is between 4-5 hrs.
On the commuter side, their new 7 Lumen Sulu lights are available in two different options. A more affordable version that utilizes a watch battery and retails for $14.99, or a rechargeable USB model that retails for $21.99. A pair of the entry level lights runs $27.00, while a set of the USB rechargarble lights costs $39.00 USB.
The ONeal Fury helmet has been updated with awesome new graphics this year.
The clasp uses a magnetic release and can be released and clipped with only one hand.
The weight is apex 950g and has a removable liner. It’s available in sizes XS-XXL and retails for $109.
The new Sinner Elbow and Knee pads offer light weight protection for the trail and utilize a flexible SC-1 material to harden upon impact. They’ve available in sizes S-XL. Retail for the elbow pads is $59.99, while the knee pads run $89.00.
The full range of handlebars and stems is making the leap to the newer 35mm standard.
This two tone stem would great on a classic Yamaha inspired build.