"Smart" bike light equates brightness with speed

When you’re cycling fast at night, it’s good to have a bright headlight so you can see what’s on the road ahead. Once you slow down, though, you really just need a more energy-efficient low-output light that allows you to be seen by drivers. Binoreal’s Radius F1 automatically transitions between the two extremes, based on how fast you’re riding…
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