Stay vis­i­ble on the bike

Bike and run­ning after dusk this win­ter? Then stay vis­i­ble with this kit

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1 A hi-vis­i­bil­ity run jacket will give you loads of vis­i­bil­ity in low light con­di­tions, with the Sau­cony Vi­tarun (£90) of­fer­ing front and rear re­flec­tiv­ity.

2 For added vis­i­bil­ity, the Gato Safer Sport Vest (£22) sits above a run jacket or run­ning tee and pro­vides eight LED lights and re­flec­tive patches.

3 A head torch will help you see and be seen. ThePetzl Tikka (£ 40) is also light­weight and easy-to-use, with a de­cent enough 200 lu­men beam for light dawn and dusk trails. For more re­mote out­ings, look at their Ac­tik Core with 350 lu­mens.

4 The small and light­weight Nathan StrobeLight (£10) is a handy ex­tra that clips on your run belt, bag or cloth­ing, and pro­vides 100hrs of il­lu­mi­na­tion at 730m vis­i­bil­ity. Sadly it’s not USB recharge­able.

5 A pow­er­ful front light is es­sen­tial for win­ter rid­ing, and the Moon Me­teor Storm Lite (£84.99) pro­vides a bumper 1,100 lu­mens of bright­ness, USB charg­ing and a wired re­mote con­trol.

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