When Quality matters,Its all about Choices, At Cyclops Adventure Sports we have the experience and products for your application. I personally have competed in more than two dozen 24 hr races. High performance motorcycle lighting is our full time business. We are enthusiasts and will point you to a quality lighting solution, even if that means sending you to another vendor. Try us out and see the difference. In the past it has been well known that LEDs just do not penetrate like Quality Auxiliary HIDs do. No Longer is this true. Since starting Business in 2003 I have never seen such a dramatic game changer in Auxiliary off road lighting. If you are unaware of who Cyclops is, We developed the first Motorsports specific helmet mounted lighting system and have been very active in 24hr endurance racing and Off road race lighting for the last 10 years, We strive to provide the best quality products and service possible. We do not sell or offer Chinese or India manufactured motorcycle lights' The majority of our products are made in the USA. You can have a quality product at a reasonable cost that will far outlast and outperform the Chinese made lights, in the end cost you much less. We stand behind everything we sell 200% Quality is not just a loose term here, There is not a better engineered LED light available. Most of our business is through repeat customers and word of mouth, One happy customer telling another of their overall experience. We ride and race with what we sell, we don't just want your hard earned duckets on one sale, We want your continued patronage. Its my personal pledge to offer you the support and customer service you deserve. www.cyclopsadventuresports.com New for 2013 is the new Premium Quality Long Range Aux lights. These lights are Lifetime warrantied. Compare to others who give a 1 year warranty and even prorate that.. Its your $$ shouldn't you get the most for it? Don't settle for lights with Glass lenses and poorly designed, frail mounting systems. Buy once and forget about it. They will work when you need them most. These are without a doubt the Lowest draw,longest throw,Highest Quality LED lights on the market. Dealer opportunities are available. A Single Long Range 10 degree light throws 1 lux of light at 693 feet. For comparison, a typical motorcycle headlight low beam measures 1 lux at 88 feet, and high beam 1 lux at 153 feet. The Long Range is truly "lighting evolved". More distance with a smoother beam pattern than multi emitter 40 watt LED lights Please note that Cyclops always gives ADV rider discounts. http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.com/?page=categories&id=17 Or call 1 800 624 0278 for great personal service. Summary of Features: - Available in Single or Dual LED - Colors: Black, White, Grey, Chrome - Only 3.5" Tall 3x3 face - 693' of Usable Light from 10-watt LED - Proprietary IRIS Reflector Technology - Electronic Thermal Management - Dimming Capabilities - Narrow, Wide, and Flood Beams - IP-68 Waterproof - Available as 2 Light Set with Wiring Harness, Dimmable setups also available Pricing: Long Range Single light - $139 Long Range 2 light Kit with non dimming Wiring Harness and handle bar mounted on/off switch - $277.90 Long Range 2 light kit with dim-able wire harness and Skene programmable Dimmer 329.90 All pricing for Black, or White. Chrome is additional. Here are the 10 degree Long Range. The truck is parked at 600 ft the gate is slightly more than 900 ft, cones at 100 ft intervals. and the 20 Degree Long range lights Now the very popular combo setup one 10 and one 20 degree light checkout what ADV Pulse has to say Cyclops Long Range: Best Value in High-Output Aux Lights? We analyze the true value of a good set of LED motorcycle driving lights. Published on 06.24.2016 Bounding through the forest at half-past midnight, it’s pitch black with no moon in sight but the trail ahead looks nearly as clear as day. Baby heads, dips and ruts are all brightly illuminated and you can see hundreds of yards ahead on long straights. We up the pace a bit more but there’s no outrunning these powerful driving lights. With a range of nearly 900 feet, it’s like a giant ball of light hovering in front of you turning the night into day. Even the trees on the sides of the trail are blanketed in white light. The Cyclops Long Range Driving Lights we’re testing include a 10° narrow beam light that covers longer distances and a 20° beam that spreads the light over a wider area. The combination of narrow and wide angle beams offers optimal lighting for a variety of terrain and it’s a setup that is commonly used in race lighting. The Cyclops Long Range driving lights are available with 10° narrow angle beams that shine the maximum distance or 20° beams that give greater visibility over the close to mid-range. You can also get the 10°/20° combo for something in between. After entering a wooded double-track trail, we get an opportunity to test a set of clear wide-beam filter covers. The filters snap on to the Cyclops lights with ease and instantly convert the long-range lights into short-range flood beams that are perfect for the tight technical trails we are riding. Close-up details, even the peripherals, are now clearly visible and the beam still carries a good distance down the trail. For those that ride a lot of dirt, the 20° kit is the best choice. Snap on the wide-beam filter covers to spread the light out even more. On one silty section, dust begins clogging up the trail making it difficult to see. We give the fog light filter covers a try and it makes a noticeable improvement. The amber color and wide beam pattern reduces glare and allows the light to penetrate through the dust instead of reflecting it back at you. The amber filter covers reduce reflection and glare on the eyes to improve your vision in fog, heavy rain, snow or dust. Their color also helps you stand out better in traffic. Wide-beam filter covers offer extra protection from roost but even without the covers, the standard polycarbonate lens and die-cast aluminum housing are extremely impact resistant. Eventually, the trail ends and we are presented with a set of sweeping curves on a lonely backcountry road. The Cyclops driving lights have been wired to automatically come on at full power with a flick of the headlight high beam switch (no need for a separate switch). When oncoming traffic appears, switching to low beam automatically dims the potent lights down to 10% power, ensuring nobody gets blinded. With the Long Range lights beaming at full blast, the light travels far ahead, illuminating a wide swath of road in bright white light. Lighting on the sides of the road is also much improved compared to a headlight high beam alone, making it easier to see through turns or spot animals that could potentially cross our path. With 883 feet of illuminated road ahead, you have plenty of time to react to any hazards that may appear. The Cyclops Long Range driving lights provided effective lighting under a variety of different conditions throughout our testing. The lights also proved to be some of the brightest we’ve tested, reminiscent of the HID racing lights we’ve used in the Baja 1000. Even more impressive is the fact that each light draws just 10 watts. The combined light output is 2,100 lumens, but the actual visible light is even greater than we’d expect for this rating. Rating Light Output Lumen ratings aren’t always the best way to measure visible light output. Demonstrating this is the fact that a 3800 lumen Cyclops LED headlight bulb shines about a quarter of the distance of a single 1050 lumen Cyclops LED Long Range light, simply because the stock headlight reflector plate can’t match the optimized optics of a purpose-built driving light. The optics technology that focuses the light is what sets high-quality driving lights apart from the cheaper units out there, but even more expensive lights with a high lumen rating aren’t guaranteed to have quality optics. Cyclops Long Range driving lights utilize proprietary IRIS reflector technology and a single emitter design that provides an efficient beam focus for long-distance lighting. The high-quality reflector design minimizes the amount of scattered light, meaning more available light reaches the road, where it counts. The difference between two motorcycle aux lights with the same lumen output can be dramatic. Reflector optics are where the magic happens! Cooling is also an important factor to consider when comparing lights. In the harsh environment of adventure touring, LED lights can easily fail without an efficient cooling system. The Cyclops Long Range driving lights utilize an integrated thermal management system that monitors the heat output of the LED and modulates it to maintain safe operating temperatures. This helps give the lights a full 50,000 hour (5.7 years of continuous use) lifespan rating! Do You Need This Much Light? Auxiliary lights are one of the most popular upgrades for adventure bikes, and for good reason. Seasoned adventure riders know they can greatly improve safety. Even if night rides aren’t your cup of tea, you may not always be able to avoid them. A simple delay during your travels can easily force you to trudge on through the night, whether you intended to or not. Having a set of high-powered aux lights at your disposal gives you more confidence to keep going after dark and helps protect you from hazards that might otherwise be hidden from view. One thing is certain, after you ride with this much light, you’ll probably never want to go back to riding without it. Motorcycle Driving Lights Aren’t Just For ‘Your’ Vision It’s important to remember that motorcycle aux lights aren’t just useful for seeing better at night. For many, the most important reason for getting a set of motorcycle aux lights is to be seen. All too often, the reason a motorcyclist is struck by a car is because the driver didn’t see them. And in this day and age when people are paying less attention to the road and more to their phones, improving your visibility is more critical than ever. Motorcycle aux lights provide a more visible frontal profile, whereas, a single headlight blends in with the background too easily at times. Moreover, the additional points of light help other drivers to better judge your closing speed and distance. Running a set of LED motorcycle driving lights dimmed to 10% power on low beam helps make you more conspicuous during the day without causing glare for other motorists. Getting Wired Up For our test, we installed the Cyclops Long Range driving lights on the KTM 990 Adventure R using the universal wiring harness and ‘Skene Dimmer’ option. Thebar mounting kit was used to secure the lights to the crash bars, giving the lights a full 360° range of adjustment. Electronic components are positioned in the headlight housing and wires run down to the lights and battery. The lights are connected to the headlight high beam circuit so that they can be controlled with the high/low beam switch. On high beam, the lights get full power. On low beam, the Skene dims the lights down to partial power, or they can also be turned off. Configuring the dimming behavior of the lights is very easy using a simple programming sequence controlled by the high beam switch. Detailed installation videos can be found on the Cyclops website. Final Thoughts When it comes to improving your safety “the more light the better” rule generally applies. But at what price? If you already have existing wiring and mounting hardware for aux lights on your bike, you may be able to purchase just the Cyclops Long Range driving lights alone for $259.95. Adding all the options in our test (skene dimmer, bar mounting kit, amber and clear filter covers), brings the kit price up to $464.65. Good lights don’t come cheap, but considering the tremendous range, along with the excellent quality and strong build of the lights, not to mention the adaptability the filter covers provide, we’d say it’s money well spent and an excellent value compared to other high-output LED motorcycle driving lights on the market. Despite their power, the lights meet CE safety requirements and are completely road legal. They’re also well-sized (3.75″ diameter) and weigh just 1.5 pounds (695 grams) each.