Mx Bike Head Light Help

You need a way to power the light. They are not plug and play on an MX bike. You'll need a lighting stator or a battery, a switch and a wiring harness.

I seem to always get caught in the dark on the ride home and riding a 94 cr250r it was looking expensive to get a light until I found this gem it's brighter than my riding buddy's dual sport factory light http://www.fenix-store.com/fenix-bc30-led-bike-light/ small but really lights up the trail and very easy to put on/off as needed with no modification to your bike

I seem to always get caught in the dark on the ride home and riding a 94 cr250r it was looking expensive to get a light until I found this gem it's brighter than my riding buddy's dual sport factory light http://www.fenix-store.com/fenix-bc30-led-bike-light/ small but really lights up the trail and very easy to put on/off as needed with no modification to your bike

How stable is it though? Like if you hit a bump will it move around on the bars?

I used a little bit of electrical tape on bar to be sure of a good grip and rode through some big hills lots of roots and some rocks also didn't move at all once we got back to parking lot the light output was about the same as my truck headlight w/o brights on of course for distance and spread and the white led I prefer to that yellow hue you get with a halogen bulb

How many batteries does it hold? I'm looking at the Fenix ARBL2 batteries as it was recommended. Also do I need to buy a charger for the batteries? If so could you link it or name it?

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