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Bright bike light beam pattern in the woods
Trail Evo Bike Light
Trail Evo Bike Light
Trail Evo Bike Light
Trail Evo Bike Light
Trail Evo Bike Light
Trail Evo Bike Light
Trail Evo Bike Light
Trail Evo Bike Light
Trail Evo Bike Light
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bike light on handlebar rear view in mountains
bike light on handlebar riding in snow

Trail Evo Bike Light

  • Bombproof wireless handlebar bike light for singletrack

Regular price$245.00
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Behold the Trail Evo. The sum total of our decades of experience designing automotive optics, all neatly wrapped up in the best bike light we have ever engineered.

Featuring a panoramic, perfectly even beam pattern that we fine-tuned the heck out of to meet the demands of trail riding. With smooth falloff all around the bike to aid peripheral vision (the beam should fall off, not the biker). With it we created a literal wall of light that illuminates your entire field of view.

A quick-release fiberglass-reinforced nylon mount that we, ahem, “borrowed” from those clever camera guys to keep this bike light pointing in the right direction.

Good for 150+ minutes of strong output and, should you need it, the ability to USB-C charge on-the-go. Along with it we also added USB-C Quick Charge 3.0 capability standard.

Proudly and capably made just down the trail in Chicago IL.


Bike Light Runtime Chart


  • Mounting Location: Handlebars
  • Application: Bike Light for Trail Riding
  • Runtime: 2.5hrs in Adaptive Mode (see runtime chart)
  • Charging: USB-C with Pass-Thru Charging (0 to 80% in 3 hours)
  • What’s in the Box: Trail Evo, Quick-Release Bar Mount, USB-C to USB-A Charge Cable, 2.5mm Hex Wrench, Instructions
  • Lumens: Approximately 2100-2200
  • Weight: 275g + 36g mount

Download Instructions HERE

Riding Video



The Bike Light evolution:
How & why we designed this light

When we launched the Trail Edition back in 2017 it was a game changer for bike lights. A beam pattern specifically designed for trail riding with a wide evenly illuminated distribution. However it required an external battery pack, and we had lots of customers wanting to go wireless.

So we took the best parts of Trail, and evolved it into the Trail Evo. Bringing a long lasting, even brighter, even wider beam pattern to your handlebars, without any external cords.

Read on for more nerdy design details!

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Advanced Optical Engineering

When we developed Evo’s beam pattern, we knew we could go wider and brighter, so we defined our illumination goals, target candela points, beam angle definitions, and then went to work simulating, testing, prototyping and developing the most seamless pattern we've built to date.

The extreme width is thanks to the finely tuned blended Total Internal Reflection (TIR) optic. Hundreds of simulations with Lucidshape software let us squish, squeeze, stretch and shape the light to hit that perfect balance of peak brightness, smooth falloff and insane peripheral coverage.

Check the slider comparison below to see the difference between a fine tuned optical instrument such as Trail Evo vs a name-brand light that has been around for years. The difference is staggering in person.

bike light front close up view with usb charger

USB-C Pass-thru Charging

Everyone has USB charging ports all over nowadays, so we make sure you can use any of them with the Trail Evo Bike Light, including QC3.0-rated chargers for super fast recharge times.

But we took that concept one step further and added Pass-Thru Charging (PTC) 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 to seal against the elements when plugged in so you don’t need to worry, just ride.

Rock Solid Mounting

A good light isn’t so good if
it’s bouncing up and down on the bars all the time. That’s why we made a bolt-on clamp mount for Evo so it’s solidly locked to the bar, With a simple shim it adapts from 35mm to 31.8mm bars and the beam won’t shake around like lights with rubber strap mounts do.

We adapted an established
camera tripod mount concept then miniaturized it for slick snap-in installation with a ramped-cam that always takes up the slack as it wears, so you never have a rattly interface, and an easy one-handed quick-release process to pop the Evo off post-ride to charge.

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’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, with four green indicators to 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.

bike light top view with power button
electronic circuit board for bike helmet light

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 XD16 LEDs over the entire voltage range of the genuine Samsung 21700 cells with a unique battery monitoring algorithm to give you accurate feedback without interruption.

Complete with fast QC 3.0 USB-C charging and Pass-Thru capability to boot, we engineer the electronics to maximize efficiency and runtime while minimizing charge times, all without any proprietary connectors that could leave you stranded.

Thermal Engineering

LED lights get hot, that's a fact of life. One of our core principles is that we build our lights from the ground up to be able to handle the heat. Trail Evo in particular implements an industry-first pass-through cooling.

It is an incredibly unique feature that is enormously successful in keeping this high power lamp cool even on the hottest desert nights (looking at you Phoenix).

By collecting air through a built-in air scoop under the light, it then channels that cool air through fins that are directly attached to the LED's, and venting out the top of the light.

outbound lighting trail evo thermal cooling system

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)