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NiteRider Technical Lighting Systems Press Release FlashlightNews.org - 5/27/2008

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Bicycle lighting system from NiteRider selected as a blue-ribbon, Editors' Choice product


TriNewt LED Li-Ion Bicycle Light from NiteRider

TriNewt LED Li-Ion Bicycle Light from NiteRider

SAN DIEGO, Ca. - NiteRider Technical Lighting Systems today announced that its new high-powered LED lighting system, the TriNewt, was selected as a blue-ribbon, Editors’ Choice product, by Bike Magazine. To celebrate their fifteenth birthday, Bike Magazine selected 15 of their favorite all-time products. NiteRider was recognized as "...leading the bike lighting game since 1989". While the TriNewt was touted for its high lumen output and earned bonus points for tool free mounting.

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Company President, Jack Gresmer, stated "We are certainly honored to have been recognized by Bike Magazine as leading the bike lighting game. Keeping with this recognition, the TriNewt was another of our technology leading products. The TriNewt was one of the very first to incorporate a cluster of three high-powered LED's. The optical design is exclusive to NiteRider and is a computer generated, custom reflector and lens made of optical grade borofloat glass. This package results is a beam pattern most ideal for night riding and minimizes light loss from the LED emitter through the optics."

For more information about NiteRider lighting systems please visit www.niterider.com.

About NiteRider

Founded in 1989, NiteRider is widely recognized as a leading innovator and trailblazer in the bicycle lighting industry. The Company is known internationally for the stylish design, high performance and quality of its lighting products as well as for its unparalleled, high standards for customer service.

Over the years, NiteRider has sponsored legends in the sport like NORBA legend Tinker Juarez and ultra-distance legend John Stamstad - both being Mountain Bike Hall of Fame inductees.