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Bicycle lights are great for riders who want to be visible to other road users. They are especially useful for commuters and bicycle racers. Some lights have flashing modes that make them more noticeable in low-light situations.
Flashing lights are also helpful for signaling to other road users. For instance, a cyclist who is getting ready to turn left or move right should use their flashers to warn the driver behind them.
Many riders use flashing bike lights during the day because they want to be visible but do not need a high-intensity beam. For example, a commuter who rides in the early morning may want to use flashing lights to be seen while riding on roads with low traffic volumes. A cyclist who is riding in the evening may also use flashing lights so that approaching vehicles can see him or her without blinding them with a high-beams. Flashing bike lights are also perfect for children’s bicycles, as they will let other drivers know that there is a child on a bicycle.
Mountain bikers may also want to use flashing lights when they ride at night because they allow them to see the trail better while still being visible to other riders and trail users. In addition, mountain bikers who are riding in low-light conditions may want to ride on off-road trails where visibility is reduced due to the terrain and vegetation which can make it dangerous if you do not have adequate lighting on your bicycle.