bright bike light and helmet light with rider on trail
Evo Downhill Package (Evo & Hangover)
Evo Downhill Package (Evo & Hangover)
bike light mounted on handlebar with rider
bright bike light and helmet light with night rider on trail
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top view of bike helmet light with mouting system
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Evo Downhill Package (Evo & Hangover)
Evo Downhill Package (Evo & Hangover)
Evo Downhill Package (Evo & Hangover)
Evo Downhill Package (Evo & Hangover)
Evo Downhill Package (Evo & Hangover)
Evo Downhill Package (Evo & Hangover)

Evo Downhill Package (Evo & Hangover)

  • Bombproof wireless handlebar and helmet light for singletrack

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This is the ultimate bike light setup. Trail Evo on the handlebars for that up-close and mid-range fill light, Hangover on your bike helmet that gives a wide but punchy light throw that with their powers combined, creates the Evo Downhill Package. This system together outperforms ANY single high power lamp on the market.

More importantly? No wires. No one wants that anymore for their bike lights, let's be real.

Engineered & assembled in Chicago, IL!

Package Includes:

  • Trail Evo bike light for the handlebar with a quick release mount (fits 31.8mm and 35mm bars)
  • Hangover for bike helmet, with a GoPro mount installed
  • Customized USB-C to USB-A charging cables

 

Runtime

Trail Evo Bike Light Runtime Chart

Hangover Bike Light Runtime Chart

Specs/Instructions

  • Mounting Location: Handlebar and Helmet
  • Application: Bike Light package for Trail Riding
  • Runtime: (see runtime charts)
  • Charging: USB-C with Pass-Thru Charging (0 to 80% in 3 hours for EVO, 0-80% in 60 minutes for Hangover)
  • What’s in the Boxes: Trail Evo: Quick-Release Bar Mount (fits 31.8mm and 35mm bars), USB-C to USB-A Charge Cable, 2.5mm Hex Wrench, Instructions
    Hangover: Quick-Release Action Camera Mount, Curved Helmet mount with adhesive pad,  USB-C to USB-A Charge Cable, Instructions
  • Lumens: Approximately combined 3000-3100
  • Battery Capacity: 3.6V 3500mah (12.6 Wh) for Hangover, 3.6V 10,000mAH (36.0wH) for Trail Evo.
  • Weight: Evo = 275g + 36g mount, Hangover = 105g + 20g mount

Download Trail Evo Instructions HERE


Download Hangover Instructions HERE

Riding Video

 

 

 

Customer Reviews

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Alex Y. (Zanesfield, US)
Excellent even at dusk!

I haven’t had the chance to do a full night ride yet, but I was out at dusk in the woods at that transition period when it’s light enough that you can still mostly see, but the details are lost. I turned on the Hangover and the Trail Evo and was very impressed at how they lit up the trail. The light was very useable and did a great job of showing all of the roots and rocks in front of me.

I did order the cable manager for the Evo and I think it was money well spent. Kept the five cables out of the view of the light and prevented shadows as intended.

The only niggle I have is about the mount for then Hangover. My helmet has a large vent where the stock mount would go, and Outbound was kind enough to send one of their 3D printed ones that straddles the vent. The 3D printed mount has a bit of play in it and the light wiggles around a bit in the mount. The light is not going to fall out, but it is just noticeable enough to be slightly irritating while riding.

Last niggle. The Hangover doesn’t seem to get tight enough not not gradually slip down. As I am riding, I periodically have to push the light up a bit as it has slipped down. I don’t think I could tighten the clamp up much more than I already have, so I am debating putting a piece of very fine sandpaper or something in between the ears of the mount to provide some additional friction.

To sum things up, I think the lights are well designed and built. I am happy with my purchase, and would recommend them to anyone. I have a couple of minor complaints about the Hangover mount specifically, but not about the actual lights. The customer service and communication from Outbound has been excellent.

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Brenton G. (Kennett Square, US)
After a year, it just gets better

I have been riding at night for more than thirty years. This package is arguably the best and most simple system I've used. I got additional mounts for each bike so I am already set up regardless of which bike I ride. Good battery life, excellent lighting and most important, it looks cool.

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Matt (Gilroy, US)
SO GOOD

Found Outbound Lighting, and it's a wrap. I now have full confidence in the dark. Planning to night ride at least every other week this fall.
The engineering of this system is insane. Extremely high build quality and super thoughtful layout. Clearly made by those who ride.
I will recommend these to anyone who rides!

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THE EVOLUTION of the downhill: WHY WE DESIGNED THIS package

Pushing your bike as hard as you do in the daytime requires some intense design requirements. A wide field of view, ability to see downrange and recognize objects quickly, and more importantly, an unbroken wall of light to keep your mind sharp and focused.

The Evo Downhill Package does just this, by pairing the extremely wide and powerful Trail Evo on the handlebars, and the lightweight and punchy Hangover on the helmet to give you an unwavering wall of light, even in the tightest of switchbacks. It's a package that needs to be seen to believe!

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Optical Engineering

We meticulously tune our beam patterns in-house with LucidShape software over hundreds of hours to create a custom optic design for every light we make. These aren’t off-the-shelf flashlight reflectors with simple round spot beams. All the designing, simulating, prototyping, and trail testing is to ensure you get the most out of every lumen produced by aiming them exactly where they need to go on the trail. We are not doing surgery with sledgehammers, we are the robotically-controlled laser scalpels.

With the Evo DH Package, we balanced the output and beams to complement each other perfectly. Evo on the bars gives a super-wide and even breadth of coverage, giving the trail depth and doing the heavy lifting, while the Hangover fires far down the trail to spot your landing runout and through corners, all with outstanding peripheral coverage so you don’t miss a thing at speed.

Go for a ride

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USB-C pass-thru charging

Everyone has USB charging ports all over nowadays, so we make sure you can use any of them with Evo and Hangover, including QC3.0-rated chargers for super fast recharge times, and not just some proprietary charger that you can only get from us.

But we took that concept one step further and added Pass-Thru Charging to allow you full access to all output modes of your light while charging from an off-the-shelf USB Power Bank, so that you can extend runtime for those epic adventures, without limiting the light available to you (bikepackers rejoice!). We even customized the included USB-C cable with a seal and right-angle head to make sure the lights are protected still and cables are easy to route.

Rock Solid Mounting

Mounts should be solid, quick to setup, and easy to adjust. Simple jobs, easy to overcomplicate. We leverage established mounting approaches for our lights to minimize the number of proprietary parts so you have options, and so that you’re not relying on some quirky, ornate tech that’s just different for different’s sake.

Hangover has low-profile built-in tabs for standard “action camera” mounts because they’re about as close to a standard as exists in the bike industry today, with a lot of new helmets including their own adapters already.

Evo holds firm with a 35mm clamp and simple shim for 31.8mm bars, no wiggly rubber straps here, and a one-handed quick-release mechanism so you can get ready for your ride in, like, 2 seconds.

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.

Evo and Hangover share a common user interface with a single, large button that’s easy to feel through a thick winter glove in the dark, so you don’t need a light to find the switch on your light, while the four green indicators clearly convey mode and battery status without the need for a decoder.

Four simple modes cover the majority of use cases from set-it-and-forget-it pedally XC to long-climb-fast-descent Enduro rides – Adaptive / High / Medium / Low – and no SOS or seizure inducing strobes stuck in between.

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Electrifying design

We like to keep our lights simple on the outside for the user, but that doesn’t mean we’re skimping on the guts inside. The constant-current driver maintains rock solid regulation through the Cree LEDs over the entire voltage range of the genuine LG and Samsung battery cells with a unique battery monitoring algorithm to give you accurate feedback without interruption.

Complete with fast QC3.0 USB-C charging and Pass-Thru capability to boot, we engineer the electronics in both the Evo and Hangover to maximize efficiency and runtime while minimizing charge times, all without any proprietary connectors that could leave you stranded. We’re always pushing the limits internally to deliver new feature sets that provide real value to the rider, not just fancy names.

Thermal engineering

LEDs produce heat, they’re not magic, it’s just a fact. Getting the heat out of the LEDs efficiently without sending it into the rider’s hands is paramount for reliable and safe operation, so we pulled from our background in automotive lighting by employing magnesium for the thermal mass in Evo and Hangover to both reduce weight vs. aluminum and reduce the case touch-temperature.

Evo takes this a step further by using an industry-first Pass-Through Cooling Channel that lets airflow directly through the center of the light, pulling the heat straight out of the LEDs while keeping it away from your fingers. This means you can (attempt to) escape the summer heat in the desert of the Phoenix valley and Evo will keep pushing out full power without overheating. That’s pretty cool. (see what I did there?)

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