Portal Bike Light
Portal Bike Light
Portal Bike Light

Portal Bike Light

  • Lightweight wireless helmet & handlebar light for mountain biking

Regular price$185.00 USD
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Bigger 21700 battery!

In order to hit the same runtime as Trail Evo, and have higher peak brightness than Hangover we shoved a 5,000 mAH genuine Samsung 50E 21700 battery cell and wrapped the light around it.

This results in 43% more capacity over our Hangover light, meaning far longer runtimes (up to 105 minutes on high) .

Even brighter!

While more lumens isn't always the answer, we added in some more brightness and increased the beam pattern width over Hangover to provide even more punch down the trail.

New finely tuned optics with 30% larger TIR cones means higher optical efficiency and more peripheral light to help spot the spooky stuff.

Interchangeable mounting solution. Standard.

Portal ships with our tried-and-tested action camera mount for bike helmets,

We put an interesting spin on things and have a slim, interchangable mounting adapter that lets you adapt the light to our standard Quick Release Handlebar Mount.

Giving you the flexibility to use this light anywhere you want.

Simple User Interface

Few people read instruction manuals, even fewer want to, so we keep our lights dead simple so that you don’t need an advanced degree to remember some complicated sequence of button presses get to the mode you want.

Portal’s soft-touch overmolded top shell has a single, large button right in the middle that’s easy to feel through a thick winter glove in the dark, so you don’t have to hunt blindly around on top of your head just to turn it on.

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Designed & Assembled in Chicago, IL

Skillfully built by our passionate team while listening to a lot of podcasts.
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Industry-Best Customer Support

3 year warranty + Lifetime customer service support backed by a real person. (yes, that's Tom)