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NiteRider Pro 1400 Race Light

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Light the night.

Brilliance doesn’t have to come in large packages, and the Nightrider Pro 1400 Race Light is a compact, helmet or handlebar mounted supernova. Nighttime trail sessions can extend to 2 hours with the high 1400 lumens setting, or you can choose a race-setting for 16.25 hours of runtime, swapping between additional settings on the fly. The 4-cell Li-Ion battery sits externally to help keep weight minimal at the light source, preventing any neck strain should you mount the light to your helmet.

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Tech Specs

Power Source
4 Cell Li-Ion
Batteries Included
low, medium, high, race, walk, flash
[low] 400, [medium] 850, [high] 1400, [race] 250, [walk] 125
Burn Time
[low] 9.5 hours, [medium] 3.75 hours, [high] 2 hours, [race] 16.25 hours, [walk] 32.75 hours, [flash] > 32.75 hours
handlebar, helmet
Li-Ion battery, helmet mount, handlebar mount, extension cable, AC adapter
Claimed Weight
484 g
Recommended Use
cycling, mountain bike
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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Claims a burn time of 2 hours on high, only burns 1:16 minutes . Also claims 1400 lumens , I put a light meeter on it and it is 800 lumens at best. I needed a light that would last 2 hours, this one will not. I have a Lights in Motion 800. Much better light for a lot less money. I will not waste my money on another Niterider light system. I have a 25 mile commute every day and I need a reliable light, Niterider is not the light. I have used this a couple of weeks and totally disappointed.

Adequate for XC

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I purchased this light and compared it against the Niterider 1800, The Light in Motion Seca 1800, and an $30 special. This light had a narrower beam patter of usable light compared to both 1800 lights and was definitely the "spottiest" in terms of beam pattern with the exception of the Amazon light. This light did have the best overall burn-time. I got over 3.5 hours burn time with this light on high. It dimmed a bit and gave some flickers for the 20 minutes until it died. Overall I was very impressed. Niterider has a superior handle mount compared to the Seca, but the Niterider helmet mount in large and a bit clumsy. I prefer the Seca's use of a GoPro mount for the helmet. The battery is the same between both niteriders, and the night rider batteyr mounts the most securely to a mtn bike frame of any the lights tested. The battery indicator is a nice touch, but the nitrider battery takes about 2x as long to charge as the Seca's. I think the 1400 is best used in conjunction with another light both to serve as back up, fill in the shadows, and fill in the gaps of the narrower beam pattern.