Beakon Pro Rear Bike Light

Precision engineered warning light
Product highlights
  • 3 operating modes
  • Side warning feature
  • Up to 24 hours battery life
  • IPX6 Waterproof

Small but mighty the Beakon Pro rear bike light can be seen from over 1km away.

With 3 operating modes and up to 24hrs runtime this beautifully designed aero aluminium light is a great addition to any style of bike.

Having 2 side lenses incorporated into the lightweight body the Beakon Pro offers 180 degrees of protection making you highly visible to other road users.

A quick-release rubber band attachments makes it easy to switch between bikes or to remove for cleaning. The light unit unscrews from the quick-release band for charging.

Easy recharging

With up to 24 hours battery life you'll always be ready for your next journey. When its time to recharge that's easily achieved via a micro USB cable (included).

Dimensions 27mm x 36mm
Weight 46g
Max lumens 5
Visible from >1000m
Waterproof IPX5
Battery Lithium 200mAh
LED / Bulb Red COB Ring
Charging Micro USB (cable included)
Manufacturer Gaciron

If you need your lights quickly we offer Express delivery otherwise our Standard delivery takes 2-3 days. All deliveries are trackable and we will send you a tracking number when your order is shipped.

Standard: Free over £50 spend, otherwise £2.99

Express: £1.99 over £50 spend, otherwise £3.99

Like most online stores we charge additional postage to the Highlands & Islands and Northern Ireland. This is to cover the additional cost from the courier.

Read our delivery information for full details.

Lumens explained

What is a lumen?

Lumens measure how much light you are getting from a bulb. The more lumens you have the brighter the light; fewer lumens means it's a dimmer light.

Do lumens matter?

Yes they do however it also depends on the ambient light conditions and which mode you are using. A 10 lumen rear light with a flashing pattern can be more effective than a 80 lumen solid beam at getting you noticed.

How many lumens should my front bike light be?

For general road use between 400 and 1000 lumens is recommended. For off-road use or unlit roads 1000+ lumens is advisable. Just make sure you're not dazzling other road users.

How many lumens should my rear bike light be?

A rear bike light can range from 5 lumens up to 300 lumens. Remember your rear light is about being seen rather than lighting your way. Look out for flashing patterns and breaking modes rather than a super high lumen rating.