Outbound Lighting DETOUR: Optimized for Road & Gravel

outbound lighting detour review

“Outbound Lighting was born out of a suburban Missouri basement and an obsession with chasing optical illumination perfection. “We are a team of engineering professionals, bringing our many moons’ experience in the automotive and LED lighting industries to the bike world. (We are not some laymen chasing lumens, cobbling together homemade LEDs with off-the-shelf reflectors and calling them bike worthy)” – Outbound Lighting

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“Our original Road Edition set the bar high for the last several years. So we were challenged on how to improve it. Right away, we’ve ditched the large battery pack. This is all internal, self contained, USB-C rechargeable, and slim enough to fit in your pocket.”

outbound lighting detour review

“Then we fine tuned the heck out of the beam pattern. Extremely smooth and progressive light field from the front of your tire all the way to where you are looking. We also added sidemarker lights to help with visibility from the side, much like on cars.”

outbound lighting detour review

“We’ve incorporated our quick-release fiberglass-reinforced nylon mount that we, ahem, “borrowed” from those clever camera guys to keep everything pointing in the right direction and easy to put on and take off with one hand.”

outbound lighting detour review

“We do have a custom mount solution to fit underneath most bike computers for that clean and tucked look: Quick Release Action Camera Adapter”.

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