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NiteRider Continues Industry-leading Support of 24 Hour Racing

NiteRider Technical Lighting Systems Press Release

FlashlightNews.org - 1/22/2007

Company celebrates 24 Hour Racing events with 16th consecutive year of race support

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SAN DIEGO, Ca. - Since the very first 24 Hours of Canaan in 1992, NiteRider has been in the trenches charging batteries and helping racers achieve their best performances during all manner of conditions ranging from beautiful skies, to torrential rain and the occasional snow storm.

2007 marks the 16th year of race support for the company that helped to launch the 24Hour phenomenon. Over the years, racers have come to rely on the stellar performance and rugged durability of the lights and the unflagging support of the company to the races themselves. In 2006 the company attended and supported a whopping 23 events and in 2007 will increase that to 25 events in the US and Canada.

NiteRider continues to support the racers and the events across North America as a way to give back to the sport that they helped to grow and that helped NiteRider establish itself as the industry leader for performance lighting. For a detailed listing of the 25 events being supported by NiteRider, visit the company's website at www.niterider.com.

From the first event in Cable, Wisconsin to the final event in Temecula, California, NiteRider will be charging batteries throughout the long dark night for racers smart enough to rely on NiteRider.

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.