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|At some point, most cyclists will ride a bicycle at night, whether it’s a simple commute home, an off-road exploration or keeping your miles up. Whatever the reason, riding a bicycle at night can be a very different experience to riding during the day. If you are properly prepared and confident, it can be exhilarating, eye-opening and extremely addictive as you experience the world in a whole new way.|
To ride at night, you need lights. Even when streetlights show you the way, you need lights so other people can see you against the glare of car headlights.
A white headlight identifies the front of all vehicles. A bicycle is always required by law to have a headlight at night. A front reflector, such as those sold on new bicycles, is not sufficient.
A red taillight may be required, though sometimes a rear reflector is permitted as a substitute. It's a good idea to use both a taillight and rear reflector.
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