NiteRider Releases Pro ADV 3600 Light Set

Ryan Adams
by Ryan Adams

NiteRider releases Pro ADV 3600 series to give adventure riders a 3,600-lumen answer to night-time riding.

Press release below.

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (June 28, 2017) — NiteRider—the consensus go-to source for bicycle lighting systems—has entered the powersports category with the ADV 3600 Set, a rugged, powerful, lightweight auxiliary lighting system for adventure bikes.

An ADV-specific product with second-to-none engineering, the ADV 3600 Set comprises a pair of dual-beam CREE™ LED units that emit a combined 7200 lumens, resulting in a massive enhancement in visibility, greatly improving the ride experience on the highway or trail. Venting and cooling fins are incorporated into the heads, and multiple light levels are possible, including high and low beams and a daylight safety flash. Installation is straightforward, with black hard-anodized, machined-aluminum mounts and three plastic shims of varying thicknesses, and the lamps can be aimed in any direction. NiteRider also offers a version with a 1-inch ball for RAM mounting. Each package includes a well-thought-out wiring harness with handlebar-mounted remote switch and gold-plated, military-spec connectors. All cables feature high-quality rubber jackets that remain flexible even in very cold conditions.

While NiteRider may be an unfamiliar brand to some ADV enthusiasts, the brand has earned a stellar reputation for its high-quality auxiliary bicycle lighting, and their new offerings for adventure bikes maintain this no-compromises approach, with U.S. construction and painstaking attention to detail.This actually marks a return to powersports for NiteRider, whose HID and halogen products were prominently featured in the 2005 Baja 1000 film Dust to Glory before the company focused on its core market during the economic downturn. In the meantime, NiteRider was a pioneer in adapting LED technology to portable-lighting applications. In addition to bicycle and motorcycle lighting, the company offers products for ATVs, off-road automobiles, outdoor use and industrial purposes.

“We’re pleased to reenter the motorcycle segment with a top-shelf adventure product,” said company founder Tom Carroll. “We’ve seen customers adapting our Lumina self-contained bicycle lighting systems to their ADV bikes, so we knew there was a market for a durable lighting system with a low profile and substantial illumination. The reception has been extremely positive, and we look forward to serving the powersports industry for many years to come.”

Suggested retail price on the ADV 3600 Set is $599.99. For more info, visit

Two dual-beam CREE LED 3,600-lumen headlamps produce a combined 7,200 lumensRugged, off-road specific designMultiple light-level modesIncludes wiring harness, handlebar-mounted remote switch, and mounting hardwareCustom reflectors designed for off-road ridingDesigned, quality-tested, and hand-assembled in San DiegoLifetime warranty

Originally founded in 1989 by Tom Carroll to provide illumination for his nighttime surfing adventures, NiteRider now makes lights for bicycling, powersports, outdoor, and industrial/military. Based in San Diego, NiteRider is dedicated to designing the highest-quality performance products, using the best materials and latest technologies, and will always provide extraordinary customer service. Visit for more information on NiteRider products.

Ryan Adams
Ryan Adams

Ryan’s time in the motorcycle industry has revolved around sales and marketing prior to landing a gig at An avid motorcyclist, interested in all shapes, sizes, and colors of motorized two-wheeled vehicles, Ryan brings a young, passionate enthusiasm to the digital pages of MO.

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