Shorter daylight hours can either mean that riding outside after work won't happen again until spring, or they can mean it's time to start enjoying night rides again. With Exposure's MaXx D Mk8 Headlight, you can embrace the latter. Take advantage of its intuitive features to enjoy rides in the dark while making sure you're able to see and be seen. In our opinion, the MaXx D Mk8's most defining feature is its daylight mimicking 2,600 lumens of light output especially considering the light only weighs a claimed 300g. With that much light, you'll be able to anticipate trail obstacles before you're looking at them from the ground, and if you use the Reflex Technology setting, the light will take your gradient, acceleration, and cornering into account to adapt the output to what you need at any given point during your ride. If, like us, you've ever left for a night ride only to realize your light has very little battery life left, you'll appreciate the MaXx D Mk8's OLED Status Display feature, which displays the burn time you have left as a percentage so you don't get stuck on a dark trail without any warning. The light mounts to your handlebars with Exposure's solid, hassle free QR bracket.