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Suprabeam Penlights

december 19th, 2022|

Suprabeam Penlights Penlights has been an important part of the Suprabeam DNA since the beginning, and today the penlight range consists of four models covering all use scenarios. Watch the video to get an introduction to our penlight range! English Download flyer Watch penlight video Français Télécharger le flyer Regardez la vidéo [...]

A Badlands journal

november 8th, 2022|

A Badlands journal The wildest bikepacking off-road challenge on Europe: 780km +16.000m across the only official deserts in Europe, the wild coast of Cabo de Gata and the highest Col in the continent, Pico Veleta at 3.396m Return to earth We get back on the bikes after a few days of rest, we have completed our Spanish [...]

Helmet Mounting

oktober 11th, 2022|

Suprabeam Helmet Mounting Options There is a ton of different helmets on the market; some with mounting slots in the front or side, some with mounting clips, and some with no mounting system at all. But no matter the type of helmet you encounter, there is a Suprabeam mounting option that fits! Watch [...]

Why foam pads are so genius!

oktober 5th, 2022|

Replaceable Foam Pads Headlamps and multilamps must be comfortable to wear, especially if you are wearing them for long periods of time. Comfort is one of the most important things for us when designing new products, and one of the secrets behind our unique level of comfort is the foam pads! The foam pads might be simple, [...]

How tough is the M6xr?

september 23rd, 2022|

How tough is the M6xr? Have you ever wondered if a Suprabeam M6xr could survive going through an asphalt machine and being paved into the road? It was never really been on our minds, but it turns out that it can! We got the story from Manu Myllarinen from Finland who works for an asphalt company. He dropped [...]

Running the Tor Des Géants

september 23rd, 2022|

5 nights of running - 2 batteries One of our sponsored athletes Alessandro Ioli from Italy just finished the crazy Tor De Géants long distance ultra running race. With 330km and 24000m of climbing through the Alps, this race is no joke. There are no stages, so the participants decide themselves where and for how long they rest. [...]

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