Parts & Accessories
Take your Light & Motion headlight off your handlebars and along with you wherever the path may lead. Soft fabric and full adjustable sizing make for a comfortable fit.
The Nip fender mount is a clean, simple solution to mount the Nip e-Bike headlight above the wheel. This lower position is great for commuting in foggy/rainy conditions or if you simply want fewer mounts on your handlebar. - Compatible with Nip e-Bike headlights
Light & Motion's 11.1v 3-cell Li-ion Battery is nice and small and it's lithium-ion technology means impressive run times, while its gossamer weight of only 180 grams means it's easy to carry in a pocket or packs. It also comes with a convenient mounting strap.
Mount the Nip light to an e-Bike that has the specialty Pro Max stem for accessories.
Convert your Light & Motion Vis 360 (sold separately) into a head mount and use it wherever your non-helmet adventures may lead you. Excels as a running companion and great for bicycle touring as it transforms your Vis 360 into a camping headlamp.
Strap Light & Motion's Vis 360 Spare Rear Mount to your spare helmet and use your Vis 360 light no matter what lid you are wearing.
Use Light & Motion's 2.0A USB AC Adapter to charge your light with a USB cable, using a standard wall outlet. - Compatible with: Urban, Vis, Solite, Taz, GoBe
This mount is designed to securely attach your Light and Motion Vis 180 Micro taillight to your bicycle.
Seamlessly mount your Nip e-Bike light to the underside of the Bosch computer module. - Compatible with Nip e-Bike Headlights
Strap Light & Motion's Vis 360 Spare Front Mount to your spare helmet and use your Vis 360 light no matter what lid you are wearing.
Replacement seat post mount for the Tuck e-Bike Taillight. Secure design with non-slip strap ensures light is stationary even in rough, bumpy terrain. - Includes plastic wedge spacers to ensure Tuck mounts at optimum angle for premium visibility
This mount is designed to securely attach your Light and Motion Seca, Vega, or Stella headlight (sold separately) to your helmet. With a helmet mount, the light is always pointing where you're looking.
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