I'll add my recommendation for the B&M Ixon IQ.
The beam pattern means the light isn't wasted in areas that you don't need it, and on high setting it's good for over 20mph.
Tip for 2 lights: mount them one above the other, so you don't look like a car a quarter of a mile away.
In streetlit areas I use a blinkie as well as the B&M, but I don't think that helps at all out in the countryside, so it gets switched to steady.
Not that I need any extra light with the Ixon, but I had a light fail on me once, and having a 2nd one would give a better chance of avoiding the ditch if it ever happens again (or falls off).
Not that I think that's all that likely with the Ixon, but since I have the other light there anyway, it seems the best way to use it
I got my Ixon IQ here
for €69.90 + €5.95 P&P - that's £67.75 at current exchange rate.
It arrived very quickly (about 36 hours after ordering).
Alternative or spare brackets are available, so you can use it on more than one bike or choose a different mounting position.
I like the fork crown mounting because it leaves space for a bar bag.
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