With a dark bike and dark clothes, you're likely riding unseen.
You can become a collision target when surroundings hide you.
Getting visible helps prevent an awful lot of hurt!
Fits ALL helmet styles... full face, flip-up, half
Highly visible (245 lumens) across 360° for hundreds of yards
Low profile LEDs maintain helmet safety
"Non-solvent" adhesive protects helmet warranty
Flexible joints enable different LED layouts
Weatherproof rated at IP65
No light is transmitted into the rider's eyes
Only 37 grams added to helmet's weight
Coiled cord stretches to the rider's height
Available power options --
'Power Link' to the motorcycle's battery or 'Rechargeable' battery pack worn by rider
For $5, ship your light anywhere in the U.S.
We also ship to Canada.
Typically, we use our helmets for "passive" safety. Helmets sit on our heads and must wait for an accident in order to start protecting. But with 360° lighting, your helmet protects by working to prevent accidents. Your helmet's signal makes drivers all around aware that you're on the road too. Get LightRider’s protection before the crash so your fame doesn’t come at cost of starring in the next collision video.
This is AMAZING...put it on my Arai. Everyone can see you. People have complimented it and have said it's so smart to have this. Took just minutes to install. This is a must have!!!!
// Frank Y -- Northport, NY
I was VERY impressed by the ease of its application and quality and brightness of the LED's. The helmet looks so awesome when lit in the dark; a cross between TRON and every Sci Fi movie ever made. Even the guys who will never wear helmets still think it looks cool and definitely don't mind riding with you in their group. Lithium batteries lasted a week of every morning every day. I probably showed a 100 people at work, so far.
// Robbie B. - Swanton, OH
More to add to the arsenal of safety equipment to defend against the inattentive cager. People notice this!
// David C. -- Austin, TX
I usually don't do reviews, but I gotta say these lights are awesome. They fit my helmet easily and are discreet when I don't have them on during the day. At night when I turn them on they are bright and other drivers look at you. Shipping was extremely fast, great seller.
// Matt B. - Oakland, CA
The increased visibility day and night is amazing … definitely gets drivers to pay attention. Battery life is excellent too!
// Mark P. -- Georgetown, TX
This is a must have add-on to your helmet regardless! Easy to apply an install. The important part is that the are hi-viz even during the day. You will get driver attention with this Lumenflex lighting.
// Steve D. (Rider-Coach) - Tyler, TX
I ordered the LightRider helmet lights with the rechargeable battery for my husband. The initial battery we received was not holding a charge, so I contacted customer support. Besides the battery, they sent a new adhesive strip and also threw in the “direct connect” kit so that my husband can attach the lights to his bike.
These lights are amazing! They are bright, clear, and noticeable. We purchased these lights for added safety and to increase his visibility for other motorists. We definitely made the right choice with this product.
// Jennifer P. - Pittsburg, CA
I did not realize that LEDs are as small as these. They are BRIGHT. Great safety item that all bikers should use.
// Jack J. -- Flowery Branch, GA
Just as easy to install as on the web page. Thanks for such a great idea!
// George P. -- Fredricksburg, VA
I feel much safer with the LightRider. Easy to install and bright LEDs as well. It's a solid, well constructed product.
// Jeff G. - Atlanta, GA
I installed the Lumenflex lights on my motorcycle helmets (2). Great results. Both car drivers and other bikers give me the "thumbs up" for the visibility factor.
// Vernon N. - Wichita Falls, TX
I have a 30 mile trip to work and have been riding it on my motorcycle nearly every day over the last 23 years.
Usually, cars do a cursory mirror search, not see me (with a headlight on) and proceed into my lane. More than a few times, I had to break or change lanes to avoid being hit. I've used bicycle lights on the back of my helmet to help with rear visibility but wasn't comfortable putting a light on the front. This light is ideal. I've seen about 15 cars start into my lane and suddenly jerk back into their lane. The strip light on my helmet seems to be high enough for people to see in a side mirror even though they can't seem to see my headlight. This was a great purchase.
// John R. - Orlando, FL
I was looking in my mirror to change lanes one evening, and there was a car approaching that lane at the same time. I hadn't turned on my blinker yet, but when I turned my head to look over my shoulder, the car slowed down. I then turned on my blinker looked again and changed lanes. The white and red stood out and I’m sure that car saw my head movement in that direction.
// David H. - San Antonio, TX
I know people see me. Friends and co workers talk about how visible I am. I bought one for my nephew. Highly recommend it!
// Jack M. - Corona, CA
Great illumination in low visibility conditions; provides personal confidence that I am seen by those behind and ahead of me. Fantastic product at a very reasonable price price.
// Curt L. - (Rider Coach) Waco, TX
Urban Riding - The Case for Motorcycle Helmet Lights
Exerpts from "Look, Learn and Live Texas" January, 2016
Riding in traffic is combat riding. It's not the place to be complacent.
Making yourself visible to the vehicles around you is the key to success here. Choose a lane and a position within the lane that makes you most visible to the vehicle that presents the greatest threat.
One of the key things about riding in traffic in a large metropolitan area is lane positioning – particularly, staying out of other drivers' blind spots. Riders can get hit from behind, but a bigger concern are the motorists to the right and left lanes just ahead. Those motorists unknowingly will drift into a rider's lane, and turn the rider into a collision target!
There are many human factors that can cause a motorcycle to be missed during a motorist's check for traffic. Never assume drivers see you just because they are looking your way. “Eye contact” is impossible to accurately determine at any significant distance.
Increase your visibility to other drivers by wearing high visibility motorcycle gear and/or using additional lighting at the front of your machine. Also make sure that your lighting is positioned as high as possible to have the greatest impact on alerting the drivers around you.