Ultimate Downhill Package
This is the ultimate lighting setup. Trail Edition on the handlebars for that up-close and mid-range fill light, a Road Edition to go on your helmet that gives a wide but punchy light throw that with their powers combined, creates the Ultimate Downhill Package. This system together outperforms ANY single high power lamp on the market.
Each package comes with an extension cord, two batteries, two wall chargers, two Go Pro mount adapters, and a GoPro helmet mount. Check our videos to see what this incredible light system is like. It will transform how you ride at night!
Voted “Best Overall Bike Light’ by Pinkbike.com
Engineered & built in Chicago, IL!
- High quality carrying case
- Trail Edition Lighthead with bar mount installed
- Road Edition Lighthead with GoPro mount installed
- Bar Mount
- Extension Cord
- GoPro Helmet Mount Kit
- 2x 6400 mAh LG brand lithium-ion batteries
- 2x Wall Chargers
- 2x Go Pro Mount adapter
NOW TIME FOR SOMETHING NEW!
Nothing seems to have changed with mountain bike lights for what feels like a decade…. because nothing did change! 10 years ago ushered in the age of LED’s which transformed bike lighting from heavy halogen and HID products to longer lasting LED units. Problem is that everyone just put an LED inside a bowl reflector…. and kept doing that. Nothing different than a flashlight you buy at the hardware store.
Every year brings more reported lumens, more new housing designs, some fancy electronics, but nothing changes for what really matters in a light, the actual beam pattern. That is until we came around.
Traditional bike lights have the same beam pattern that everyone knows and is used to. The flashlight-like spot round pattern. Why is this so? Because it is extremely easy and extremely cheap to make. There are lots of off-the-shelf reflector designs to chose from that are put into custom designed cases. No need to hire an engineering team to develop a custom reflector.
What would it look like if you did have an experienced automotive lighting engineer design a custom reflector using the latest in LED technology? Would be something like this:
The wide evenly lit hotspot is the core technology in our lights. Even though peak measured intensity is much lower than other lights because we are spreading that energy out evenly, the result is dramatic when you start your first ride with the Trail Edition.
Movement on the handlebars doesn’t move the beam pattern around which allows your eyes to be focused where you are going without losing sight.
The massively wide illumination field also heightens your peripheral vision, so your depth perception isn’t lost, a common complaint about night riding. This makes your rides less stressful and more fun.
The Road Edition light that goes on your head concentrates the beam pattern more, allowing for more “punch”, but it maintains the evenly lit light carpet in front of the bike.
When you combine the Trail Edition on your handlebar, and the Road Edition on your helmet, it creates a system that works together that elevates your night riding to the next level. Zero hotspots, illumination where you are looking ALL the time, and one continuous wall of light that makes night riding an absolute joy even when looking deep into the corners.
This package outperforms ANY expensive single high power light because the beam patterns work together in harmony to do two separate but crucial jobs.
Bright lights are awesome. It’s easy to make a really bright light (it’s all over eBay and Amazon). What isn’t easy is to make a bright light last a long time without an enormous bank of batteries.
Our LED driver is just as well engineered as our beam patterns. This means the Outbound light is more efficient with the energy it uses. Allowing for longer run times, cooler operating temperatures and increased reliability.
The “Adaptive Mode” is a mode that starts out on the high setting for 10 minutes, then over the course of 35 minutes as your eyes adapt to the darkness and the available light, the brightness is reduced to the medium setting. You do not notice it, but it adds nearly an hour to your ride time. It’s a feature designed to make your ride more enjoyable and worry-free. No more having to check the status of your lights hoping you have enough to get another couple miles in.
High quality carrying case
Trail Edition Lighthead with bar mount installed
Road Edition Lighthead with bar mount installed
GoPro Helmet Mount Kit
2x 6400 mAh LG brand lithium ion batteries
2x Wall Chargers
2x Go Pro Mount adapters
|Peak Intensity||60 lux||110 lux|
|LED Chip||1×5 Lumiled Altilon||1×5 Lumiled Altilon|
|LED Driver Efficiency||96%||96%|
|Input Voltage||7.4V, max 14V||7.4V, max 14V|
|Battery||7.4V 6400 mAH||7.4V 6400 mAH|
|Battery Brand||LG Electronics||LG Electronics|
|Charge Time||4.5 hours||4.5 hours|
|Run Time||2.8 to 13 hours||2.8 to 13 hours|
|Dimensions||56 x 61 x 48mm||56 x 61 x 48mm|
|Color||Dark Grey||Dark Grey|
|Warranty||3 year||3 year|
|Materials||Magnesium, Silicone, ABS||Magnesium, Silicone, ABS|
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I recently purchased the Ultimate Downhill Package. It's been a great light so far. I use it on adaptive mode and it works well. With all the craziness in the world right now it's nice to be able to get away and night ride. I highly recommend these lights. Great product and service.
I could not be happier With my ultimate downhill package. The folks at O. B. L. modified the package /same price. I now have 2 handlebar mount trail lights rather than the combo- bar and helmet lights. I made this decision based on the generosity of another rider who loaned me his bar mount/trail light. Now I can loan my 2nd light to others.
I am averaging 2.5 hours on smart mode & have not dipped below 50% power. It lights up N.E. Single track so well that my Bright Eyes (supposedly 1600 lumens) is a joke in side by side tests.
I think I read this on the website, because it’s a flood light with no hotspots your eyes see much better and the light feels slightly softer but 1 OBL trail Provides more light then the 2 imported lights claiming 3200 total lumens. The reflector designed, the circuitry, the reserve/get home function, easy to push button that is not to bright, more confidence in the science behind the batteries + the charger is a bit stronger ( 1.2a.vs 1 a), bar mount strap + battery holder rock & I think it was a 3 year warranty.( check that) I hope this review doesn’t sound like I have something to gain or know these guys. I don’t. I think Pink bike rated them #1, but it is hard to find reviews from other sources, I believe that will change. Don’t trust my words, go to the website look at the pictures and read the info.
I have used a lot of different lights for the off road racing and riding motorcycles and this light is by far the best I've used. The battery has lasted longer then any others I've used. The light puts out a better beam even at high speed in the woods racing and riding we do. Thank you to Matt for the great product and customer service!
I did a lot of research on lights as I have not bought any in a while, the price is steep and the quality of light is not always as advertised. After 5 rides between around town and trails, I could not be more happy w/ my decision to go w/ Outbound Lighting. Ultimate Downhill kit + 2 x Hangovers. The combination of helmet mount Hangover and bar mount Trail light is Un-Stoppable. I started w/ Adaptive mode...works great! Have since started rides on Medium just to see how it goes on a lower power that eats less battery. Pitch dark trail ride and the Medium setting on both units was plenty of light for right at an hour of riding. Back at the car only 1 bar of battery eaten=STELLAR! If you are on the fence about Outbound, jump in...They are awesome and Matt is a good dude!
I bought the Ultimate Downhill Package along w/ 2 x Hangover. Can go riding w/ friends, use it on my drift boat etc. Received the package today, charged it all up for just under 4 hours (initial charge rec from the company). Insane! I actually spent some time adjusting the lights thinking I would burn out drivers in the opposite lane getting to my ride. It is really hard to take pictures or videos to do these lights justice, the eye is more acute/adaptive. What I am trying to say is the product is better in person than anything you will see on this website, YouTube, Facebook etc. Light is easy to install on the bars, cord and battery pack give plenty of mounting options, battery pack is smaller and lighter than any Vista, Nite Rider or Cat Eye I have previously owned. Light is amazing...illuminates farther than needed straight ahead and it is a nice wide beam of light for total viewing pleasure...Basically makes night turn into day! A Trail on the bars and a Hangover on the helmet is "stupid" good!
Intuitive and easy to use w/ a quick scan of supplied directions. I left everything on Adaptive Mode. Lots of different light conditions from well lit roads to complete darkness. After the ride, I am sure the light made adjustments, but, perfection is when you only think about riding and not...oh I might need bright now...or...turn it down a couple clicks to save battery...Turn it on and forget about it. 1 1/2 hour ride over 10 miles both Trail and Hangover used 1 bar of battery?
If you are thinking about these lights...Get them...They are worth more money and it won't be long until Matt can't keep up with demand and bump the price to $475 just to slow sales down enough to keep up. Even at a higher price these lights would still be a deal compared to other systems on the market that are not nearly as good!
Pictures: I forgot to stop on the ride and snap photos. I did it once I got home down my side yard that has no light pollution.
1st picture: Darkness
2nd picture: Hangover only
3rd picture: Hangover and Trail
All set to Adaptive...these could be brighter with the touch of a button!