At Extreme Lights we have been living up to our “Light up your Adventures” motto since day one. The story of how we came to produce award winning lights started in 2012with founder Hannes Zietsman’s desire to go night riding and a boer maak n plan mentality.
By combining halogen downlights, motorbike batteries and a piece of PVC piping Hannes built the first Extreme Light, though perhaps it was more extreme in its danger to the user than it was in terms of performance! Fortunately LED and Lithium Ion battery technology has progressed rapidly since those early days and the current generation of Extreme Lights shares but the aim of lighting up adventures with the early models.
Since those formative days Extreme Lights has outgrown a garage, a one bedroom flat in Stellenbosch’s Bird Street and expanded to a company instantly recognised by South African cyclists, motorcyclists and 4x4 enthusiasts. In 2018 Extreme Lights started their European expansion launching in the United Kingdom, where the roads and trails certainly need illuminating during the winter months… Watch this space as our proudly South African company continues to grow and innovate.
What We Do
Extreme Lights aim to Light up your Adventures. We’re outdoorsmen and women ourselves and each Extreme Lights product is designed to extend the time you can spend living in and loving Mother Nature. From tearing down the singletracks on a cloudy night, in our native Jonkershoek; to hiking the Uitkyk Trail, in the Magaliesberg Reserve; to watching the super moon rise over Hartbeespoort Dam Extreme Lights are there to light up the paths which lead you, your friends and your family to adventure.
Extreme Lights is there to light up your motorised adventures too. Exploring the highlands of Lesotho by motorbike? Extreme Lights have spot lights to ensure you are seen and can see the technical gravel road ahead. 4x4 enthusiasts, Extreme Lights have your adventures covered too. From light bars to spot lights - there are Extreme Lights products to light up the road ahead and your campsite in the middle of nowhere.