Light and Motion Helmet Mount

Light and Motion Helmet Mount

Light and Motion Helmet Mount
^ Light and Motion Helmet Mount Move your Light and Motion headlight from your handlebars to the top of your dome with this handy helmet mount. Velcro straps secure the mount through the vents of your helmet making it easy to position your light wherever you want. The Light and Motion helmet mount is compatible with all Light and Motion Urban, Seca, Stella, and Vega series headlights Features: Helmet mount Attaches through helmet vents with velcro strap Compatible with Light and Motion Urban, Seca, Stella, and Vega series headlights
List Price: $ 9.99
Price: $ 9.99

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Jenson USA Light And Motion “Cycling Lights”

Light & Motion (lightandmotion.com) teamed up with Cynergy Cycles (cynergycycles.com) in Santa Monica to put on a demo night ride for mountain bikers on Feb 5th, 2014.

Light & Motion equipped riders with lights, mostly SECA 2000 models, although the inventory available on the L&M demo truck was very impressive and so some riders tried other models. Some riders went with handlebar mount, some used helmet mount, many riders went with one of each.

Cynergy Cycles also supplied some riders with Specialized demo bikes from their extensive Test The Best fleet.

This video is shot on a GoPro Hero3+ Black mounted to a generic chest harness. My bike is a 2007 Rockhopper Comp Disc.

I had a demo SECA 2000 mounted to my handlebars, and my Lezyne Super Drive XL mounted to my helmet. At 2:20, I turn off the SECA 2000 to use just the Super Drive XL. At 2:35, I cycle the Super Drive XL to change it to it’s max setting. Although the Super Drive XL does a nice job, I quickly turned back on the SECA 2000. At 2:52, I turn the SECA 2000 from high (2000 lumens) to medium (1100 lumens).

The camera is setting it’s exposure based on the broad part of the beam. On the trail, the SECA 2000 beam was much more even, and reached further ahead and to the sides than it appears to in the video. Because of the exposure setting, the center of the beam is over-exposed, and it doesn’t capture the degree to which the beam lights up the edges of the trail. Suffice it to say that the SECA 2000 did an amazing job of lighting up the trail.

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Light and Motion Helmet Mount

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