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NiteRider's new line of lights will be available in stores late July.

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NiteRider's MiNewt700 Dual
NiteRider's MiNewt700 Dual

For those who burn the midnight candle on their bikes, NiteRider’s new line of lights will be available in stores late July.

The company’s Pro Series and MiNewt Series return, boosted by increases in light output. New editions include the MiNewt.150 Cordless and 250. The modular, one-piece units are rechargeable through a wall outlet or USB. The MiNewt Mini jumps to 150 lumens of light output, includes multiple light levels and flash, at a decrease in price to $89.99.

Since being founded in 1989, Mike Ely, NiteRider’s sales and marketing director, said that light and battery technology has evolved at a fast pace.

“As technology continues to advance and decrease in price, we are working to bring the best and most durable lighting solutions to even our entry-level lights,” Ely said. “Our goal this year was to provide riders more bang for the buck in each one of our products.”

The new product line will be available in stores late July.  To locate a dealer or learn more, log on to www.niterider.com.