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Monterey 21 Speed Bike 2014 -23%

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Take the Monterey 21 with you when you need to get somewhere quickly and without a fuss. The steel fork soaks up the bumps of the roughest roads and gravel paths. The Shimano drivetrain offers 21 speeds to keep you going through any elevation the roa

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Monterey 24 Speed Bike 2014 -24%

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Take the Monterey with you when you need to get somewhere quickly and without a fuss. The steel fork soaks up the bumps of the roughest roads and gravel paths. The Shimano drivetrain offers 24 speeds to keep you going through any elevation the road t

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Monterey 21 ST Bike 2014 -23%

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Take the Monterey 21 with you when you need to get somewhere quickly and without a fuss. The steel fork soaks up the bumps of the roughest roads and gravel paths. The Shimano drivetrain offers 21 speeds to keep you going through any elevation the roa

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The-House.com
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Monterey 24 ST Bike 2014 -24%

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Take the Monterey with you when you need to get somewhere quickly and without a fuss. The steel fork soaks up the bumps of the roughest roads and gravel paths. The Shimano drivetrain offers 24 speeds to keep you going through any elevation the road t

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Taz 800 Light

The Taz series from Monterey-based Light & Motion is billed as the company's 'crossover' lights. From the rigors of a darkened return commute, to illuminating potential trail hazards, the Taz 800 delivers enough concentrated light power for the darkest trails, while softening up and conserving battery with a 200-lumen output for your ride home. For comparison's sake, a single car headlamp tends to run around 700 lumens, give or take. So rest assured that the Taz 800 will be providing more than enough light no matter where you choose to ride. Few cycling lights come with the pedigree of those from Light & Motion -- a company who has been designing lights for over 20 years. But not always bicycle lights. In fact, the small Monterey, California company cut its teeth making ocean-proof diving lights that adhered to some of the most stringent safety standards in consumer products. The DNA for safe, highly visible and weatherproof lights for cycling was already in place, and thus, we have the Taz 800. The Light and Motion Taz 800 Light will run for 2 hours on the highest 800 lumens setting and for 4 hours on medium. Both of these settings should be more than enough to get you through your leg on a 24-hour relay, or a long, darkened stretch of your commute. One of the coolest features of the Taz 800 is its Race Mode, which cycles between only the high and medium brightness modes, letting you quickly change modes as the trail opens up without demanding too much of your hands' attention. The lowest flash setting stretches the battery life out to an impressive 24 hours, and once it's dead a complete charge by means of the included USB-Micro charge cable requires around 5 hours. It's designed to be mounted onto your handlebars and comes with a rubberized, tool-free strap that secures the light in an instant.

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Taz 800 Light One Color, One Size

The Taz series from Monterey-based Light & Motion is billed as the company's 'crossover' lights. From the rigors of a darkened return commute, to illuminating potential trail hazards, the Taz 800 delivers enough concentrated light power for the darkest trails, while softening up and conserving battery with a 200-lumen output for your ride home. For comparison's sake, a single car headlamp tends to run around 700 lumens, give or take. So rest assured that the Taz 800 will be providing more than enough light no matter where you choose to ride. Few cycling lights come with the pedigree of those from Light & Motion -- a company who has been designing lights for over 20 years. But not always bicycle lights. In fact, the small Monterey, California company cut its teeth making ocean-proof diving lights that adhered to some of the most stringent safety standards in consumer products. The DNA for safe, highly visible and weatherproof lights for cycling was already in place, and thus, we have the Taz 800. The Light and Motion Taz 800 Light will run for 2 hours on the highest 800 lumens setting and for 4 hours on medium. Both of these settings should be more than enough to get you through your leg on a 24-hour relay, or a long, darkened stretch of your commute. One of the coolest features of the Taz 800 is its Race Mode, which cycles between only the high and medium brightness modes, letting you quickly change modes as the trail opens up without demanding too much of your hands' attention. The lowest flash setting stretches the battery life out to an impressive 24 hours, and once it's dead a complete charge by means of the included USB-Micro charge cable requires around 5 hours. It's designed to be mounted onto your handlebars and comes with a rubberized, tool-free strap that secures the light in an instant.

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Urban 200 Light Ruby Red, One Size

Light technology has evolved so rapidly in the past five years, it's hard to imagine we now have the luxury of mounting self-contained lights as powerful as car headlights on our handlebars. But pure power isn't always the best option for every rider. The Urban 200 Light from Light & Motion lacks some of the impressive illuminating capabilities of its older brothers, but not coming at the cost of supreme portability, weatherproofing, or ease of use. The Urban 200 makes for an excellent commuting light, as it's powerful enough to set afire those darkened streets and alleys that the city commission forgot, without running the risk of blinding an oncoming driver. Few cycling lights come with the pedigree of those from Light & Motion -- a company who has been designing lights for over 20 years. But not always bicycle lights. In fact, the small Monterey, California company cut its teeth making ocean-proof diving lights that adhered to some of the most stringent safety standards in consumer products. The DNA for safe, highly visible and weatherproof lights for cycling was already in place, and thus we have the Urban 200. Just as its title implies, the Urban 200 casts a bright 200 lumens beam to help you see and be seen. For the sake of comparison, a typical car headlight tends to put out around 200 or 200 lumens. Even with its lowered power, the level of performance that the Urban 200 delivers still grants a significant degree of forward visibility, giving you plenty of time to react to anything that might lie in waiting on the road. And like the Vis series, Light and Motion's Urban lights have amber side lights to increase your cone of visibility, adding to your safety. Accident data tells us that most car/bike accidents occur at intersections, and not surprisingly, with cars turning into or across cyclist's paths as they thread their way through the intersection. So the more light you can project in all directions, the better. The Light and Mo...

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Taz 1200 Light Obsidian Stout, One Size

If you've ever participated in an epic, all-night endurance race like the 24 Hours of Moab, you're certainly no stranger to having once been relegated to lugging around a heavy battery pack which powered an extremely expensive headlight that was no more powerful than a car headlamp on its lowest output. Thankfully, those days are long gone, as the elegant Taz 1200 Light from Light & Motion is the next evolution in portable cycling illumination at a fraction of the cost. Few cycling lights come with the pedigree of those from Light & Motion -- a company who has been designing lights for over 20 years. But, not always bicycle lights. In fact, the small Monterey, California company cut its teeth making ocean-proof diving lights that adhered to some of the most stringent safety standards in consumer products. The DNA for safe, highly visible and weatherproof lights for cycling was already in place, and thus, we have the Taz 1200. For the sake of comparison, a traditional car headlamp puts out around 700 or 800 lumens -- and as its name implies, the Taz 1200 puts out an impressive 1200 lumens in a self-contained package that tips the scales at just over 200 grams. In case you haven't checked in with light technology in a year or so, that means no more battery pack in your jersey pocket or swinging to and fro on your top tube. This concentrated beam illuminates not only what lies ahead on the trail, but everything in a wide 45 degree arc relative to your movement. This puts in clear view any major direction changes of the trail, or any sleepy wildlife considering crossing in your path. The Taz light sits at the top of Light & Motion's 'crossover' range, meaning it's also designed for touring or commuting use, and as 1200 lumens might blind an oncoming driver or cyclist, you can dial the light's output with the medium or low flash settings reducing its output to 600 and 300 lumens, respectively. The Light and Motion Taz 1200 Light will run for a full ho...

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Vis 360 Plus Light Snow Drift, One Size

You know the drill -- before leaving your apartment ever morning, you dress, pack your tools and a spare change of clothes, don gloves and helmet, and duck out the front door, bike under arm. It's only until you're beyond the point of turning around when you realize you've forgotten your rear light. Or your front light. Or worse still, both. The intelligent Light & Motion Vis 360 Plus Light system makes it significantly more difficult to forget your lights, while offering a bit of extra power (hence the "Plus" delineation) over the standard Vis 360. Before the Vis systems, smart bike commuters have used separate headlights and taillights. While this is a satisfactory setup, it doesn't necessarily make you visible from the side. Accident data tells us that most accidents involving vehicles and bicycles occur at intersections, not surprisingly, with cars turning into or across cyclist's paths as they thread their way through the intersection. Light and Motion made the Vis 360 system a better, safer option by incorporating both front and rear light together, using the same battery pack so you'll always know that you'll have ample juice for both lights. But what really makes it special is the inclusion of amber side lights. These side markers create a 360 field of visible light. The system is designed to be mounted on the helmet, as accident data also shows that cyclists are more visible to cars when the headlight is mounted on the helmet. From our experience, this is also preferable for performance reasons -- your light will point directly where you look. Like the rest of the full Light & Motion line, the Vis 360 Plus Light is made in Monterey, California. The entire system mounts intuitively to any helmet with the lamp on front and taillight on back. It casts a bright, white 250 lumens beam of light which runs on the high setting for 3 hours. The medium setting will get you twice that, and it will pulse on the flash setting for a full 16 hours. The rech...

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Taz 1500 Headlight Smoked Porter, One Size

What do you see? More importantly, while cranking along a trail in the middle of the night at 20 miles per hour, what do you not see? Find out, and in doing so, speed up, with the outrageously bright Light & Motion Taz 1500 Headlight. Let all 1500 lumens neutralize the factor of night so you can focus on your lines. Few cycling lights come with the pedigree of those from Light & Motion -- a company that has been designing lights for more than 20 years. But, not always bicycle lights. In fact, the small Monterey, Calif., company cut its teeth making ocean-proof diving lights that adhered to some of the most stringent safety standards in consumer products. The DNA for safe, highly visible and weatherproof lights for cycling was already in place, and thus, we have incredible pieces of engineering like the Taz 1500. For the sake of comparison, a traditional car headlamp puts out around 700 or 800 lumens. Do the math for the Taz 1500, and then realize that it weighs a mere 216 grams in an entirely self-contained, handlebar-mounted unit. In case you haven't checked in with light technology in a year or so, that means no more battery pack in your jersey pocket or swinging to and fro on your top tube. The Taz's beam illuminates not only what lies ahead on the trail, but everything in a wide 45-degree arc relative to your movement. This puts in clear view any major direction changes of the trail, obstacles, or any wildlife considering crossing in your path. The Taz 1500 sits at the top of Light & Motion's "crossover" range, meaning it's also designed for touring or commuting use, and as 1200 lumens might blind an oncoming driver or cyclist, you can dial the light's output with the medium or low flash settings, reducing its output to 750 (medium) and 350 lumens (low), respectively. The Light & Motion Taz 1500 Light will run for a full hour and a half on the highest, full 1500 lumen setting and for 3 hours on medium. Both of these settings should be more t...

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Taz 800 Light One Color, One Size

The Taz series from Monterey-based Light & Motion is billed as the company's 'crossover' lights. From the rigors of a darkened return commute, to illuminating potential trail hazards, the Taz 800 delivers enough concentrated light power for the darkest trails, while softening up and conserving battery with a 200-lumen output for your ride home. For comparison's sake, a single car headlamp tends to run around 700 lumens, give or take. So rest assured that the Taz 800 will be providing more than enough light no matter where you choose to ride. Few cycling lights come with the pedigree of those from Light & Motion -- a company who has been designing lights for over 20 years. But not always bicycle lights. In fact, the small Monterey, California company cut its teeth making ocean-proof diving lights that adhered to some of the most stringent safety standards in consumer products. The DNA for safe, highly visible and weatherproof lights for cycling was already in place, and thus, we have the Taz 800. The Light and Motion Taz 800 Light will run for 2 hours on the highest 800 lumens setting and for 4 hours on medium. Both of these settings should be more than enough to get you through your leg on a 24-hour relay, or a long, darkened stretch of your commute. One of the coolest features of the Taz 800 is its Race Mode, which cycles between only the high and medium brightness modes, letting you quickly change modes as the trail opens up without demanding too much of your hands' attention. The lowest flash setting stretches the battery life out to an impressive 24 hours, and once it's dead a complete charge by means of the included USB-Micro charge cable requires around 5 hours. It's designed to be mounted onto your handlebars and comes with a rubberized, tool-free strap that secures the light in an instant.

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Monterey Regal Plush Solo Seat For Harley Softail 1984-1999

Le Pera Monterey Regal Plush Solo Seat For Harley Softail If you're in the market for a classically styled touring seat, LePera's Monterey might be for you. Deeply contoured for touring comfort, the Regal Plush Solo features a pillow-top design that's never been out of fashion. Accented with tasteful conchos and studs, LePera's made a seat that looks as good as the rest of your bike. Features: Covered with premium-grade black vinyl 16 gauge powder-coated steel baseplate Seat pan is carpeted on the bottom to protect your fender Made proudly in the USA Note: The matching Pillion Pad shown in images sold separately.You might also like: Le Pera, Harley Seats, Harley Parts, Made In Usa, Sp All

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Monterey Regal Plush Passenger Seat For Harley Softail 1984-19

Le Pera Monterey Regal Plush Pillion Seat For Harley Softail If you're in the market for a classically styled touring seat, LePera's Monterey pillion pad might be for you. Deeply contoured for touring comfort, the Regal Plush Pillion features a pillow-top design that's never been out of fashion. Accented with tasteful conchos, studs, or fringe, LePera's made a seat that looks as good as the rest of your bike. Features: Covered with premium-grade black vinyl 16 gauge powder-coated steel baseplate Seat pan is carpeted on the bottom to protect your fender Pillion pad is 12 1/2 Wide Made proudly in the USA Note: Pillion pad shown in images sold separately from the matching Monterey Regal Seat .You might also like: Le Pera, Harley Seats, Harley Parts, Made In Usa, Sp All

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