BC30 Fenix Bike Light – DISCONTINUED

Max Lumens: 1800
Modes: 6
(13 customer reviews)

$128.00 $99.95

Out of stock

This item has been discontinued. The new version is the BC30 V2.0. 

See everything in your path with this bright, 1800 lumen bike light.  This compact light is versatile to handle any situation with it’s six brightness levels. Power this light with either four CR123A batteries or two 18650 rechargeable batteries.

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Max Lumens: 1800
Modes: 6


BC30 Bike Light Size:
Length: 5″
Width: 2″
Height: 1.3″

BC30 Bike Light Weight: 5.7 oz. weight excluding batteries and accessories

Batteries (not included): Four CR123A or two 18650 batteries

Included: Handle bar mount and shims, remote pressure switch and two O-rings

Warranty: Limited Lifetime Guarantee from Fenix Lighting USA

  • Utilizes two Cree XM-L2 T6 neutral white LEDs, max 1800-lumen output
  • Instant burst activation with the remote pressure switch
  • 4 brightness levels plus warning mode
  • Digitally regulated output – maintains constant brightness
  • Quick attach and detach handlebar mount sized for
  • 22mm-35mm handlebars
  • Easy, secure adjustment of the light’s direction
  • Made of aluminum alloy and quality plastic

13 reviews for BC30 Fenix Bike Light – DISCONTINUED

  1. Steve Dickey

    I love this light. I live in the Pacific Northwest and cycle to work. A good headlight on my bicycle is a must. Being able to swap batteries easily is wonderful and means I won’t be fumbling my way home in the dark after work if I forget to charge up.

  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Brightness is excellent. I use this mounted on the front of my aero bar loop and it works great. Distance and spread of light is very good. I also use the blinking feature during the day. Battery life has been very good. I got more than the rated life on high using 2600mah batteries. Also going to try the 3500. Very happy.

  3. John E. (verified owner)

    Like the way it attaches/good lighting

  4. Andrew

    I’ve had this light going on four years now. It performs exactly as advertised. Same two batteries. Very happy with it. Yes, there is a problem with the battery holder ring. I’m just very careful with it. Fenix should make a effort to improve the problem.
    I road bike the Houston bayous at night. We “spin” at about 17 – 20 mph. At 500 lumins, I have a friend who rides behind me, without a light. Gives me confidence that I can go “full gas” in a training session at night. My ride is 43 miles. Always have about 44% charge left.

  5. Aaron (verified owner)

    Just an amazing light for the money. Disclaimer: I got this light in September of 2015 with a 30% off deal. It’s performance has been nothing other than flawless for almost 4 years now. I’m using Samsung 25R cells and they give me over an hour on Turbo mode while using the hyper speed switch frequently. Carry an extra pair or 2 of cells and you’re good. The twin beam design is ideal; a spot and a wide beam. You really couldn’t ask for more when it comes to a fixed setup for pavement riding. Combine this and a good helmet mount light and you have a durable and reasonably priced setup for night single track rides.

  6. John H. (verified owner)

    This light is amazing! I bought it because of the flexibility to use either rechargeable or 123a batteries. The color of the beam is great it doesn’t have that annoying blue tint I hate so much. It is rugged and stays where you put it . Altogether a great bike light. Fenix shipped out my order right away . Great company to do business with. I also have a BT10 bike light that is going strong after three years which is now relegated to my helmet. Great combination!

  7. David (verified owner)

    Bright light provides excellent visibility. High beam flash button is a lifesaver to warn off oncoming cars from cutting me off.

  8. Steve Sylvester

    Excellent light. It’s tough these days to find a light that isn’t 30 minutes of usb recharging. I like that this uses 18650 rechargeable batteries. That makes it very convenient. I like too that it uses CR123A batteries, meaning it can be used in cold weather (I fat bike in Minnesota, and a light that doesn’t function well below 0F, and most usb lights don’t, is a light that can’t be used. I have found it to be very durable (haven’t yet had any issues with the pull ring on the battery case). It has a great light pattern. I’ve not felt the need to mount and use the burst mode, which I think is more of a sales gimmick than something that’s actually useful, but to each their own!

  9. Pontus

    Excellent bike light! Size, cost, output and runtimes are all really good. The remote pressure switch is incredibly useful for warning distracted people/drivers when riding in the dark.
    My one complaint is that you have to use a lot of force to get it off the mount and then it suddenly shoots off with no warning. This has caused me to rip off the cable for the remote switch once so I had to buy a new remote switch. And several times it has dropped to the ground (with no damage, fortunately).

  10. Casey

    Make no mistake that this is a great light.
    As mentioned already the metal clip on the battery case is a joke. I’ve used my light only a couple times and it has already come off.

    I called customer service and was told there are no plans to change the design.
    I may just drill a hole through the metal tab the clip attaches to and slip a key ring through then just twist the key ring to pull the batteries out.
    You’d think Felix could make and easy fix for this.

  11. Jonathan Teo

    I really like this light. Very solidly built and very bright. Unfortunately, there is a single fatal flaw. The battery case is pulled out by a metal clip at the end. This clip easily comes off. Even when attempting to remove or to lock the battery case, it has a tendency to come off. I have mentioned this to Fenix but got no response. Today, I found that I have lost the clip. It must have dropped off during one of my recent rides. Without that clip, I will have great difficult to remove the batteries for charging!

  12. Phil

    Bought for trail riding and with the recent time change used the light for an unconventional task, mowing my lawn. If the light is good enough for riding trails at 10-15 mph, it would be good enough for walking. Attached to the cross bar and allows me to work into the early evening. Plan on using when blowing snow this winter or snowshoeing. Highly recommended!

  13. Drew

    Solid bit of kit. Works great for riding into the evening on a trail with excellent output (and level control) and good run time.

    Use this on your bars and a smaller lamp on your head to get a great trail combo.

    Highly recommended.

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