Bookman Bike Lights

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The BOOKMAN story began on a university campus way back in 2007 where the founders, Victor, Fredrik, Johan and David met each other and discovered their mutual passion for bicycling, design and business. Up until that day we thought our “regular” bike led lights were sort of cool. It took a good dose of Scandinavian genius to strip down the useless and bring this common accessory to a much more functional and aesthetically pleasing form.  A slight revamp of the classic Swedish bicycle lighting system, the Bookman light’s simple block shape  features a slightly concave cutout to hug a handlebar, a groove to grab an elastic cord and an oversized rubber button for gloved hands. Stylish, luminous and pocket-sized. These little lights are surprisingly bright, with a sleek design and available in 6 great colors, Lemon Yellow, Goblin Green, Heavenly Blue, Raging Red, Ghost White and Pitch Black. Each set comes with 1 front (white) and 1 rear (red) light. 3 settings: Slow flash, fast flash, and steady. Great in all weather conditions.


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