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il Pirati:. Only drawback is the price, but like I said, worth every penny.
Bev:So, these niterider jobbies, how does it work? Obviously not just a couple batteries. Does it take wiring, is there a giant car battery that you're carrying around to feed it? Or is there a little battery pack? Does one recharge each night (does it lose juice just sitting there)? Or only after you've ridden with it on for 5-7 hours? Thx
This is wierd.See, today, I was gonna take the trolley. It was late, and I was tired. Then, I realized, i have obligations. So, I jump off the trolly at 47th and Castana, thinking I can just ride over to the area I needed to be ~ Federal in Lemon Grove. Uh, yeah. It was a stop 3 too soon, and I ended up going over 47th to the wrong federal, then cutting across the 94 and then dropping into a bike path along the dried river bed. Pitch Black. And I had a 3 AAA blinky. I couldn't see anything. And the stretch of federal there is a bit sketchy. Did you know there's a section of the bridge that is wooden? And there is a now a contender for worse than Harbor drive bike lane.
billd:I recently heard about the Magicshine 900. Supposedly 900 lumens for $85. It seems too good to be true. I know someone who has one on order. I'm waiting to see how it turns out for him. If it goes well, I may get one too.I'm seriously missing my Light and Motion ARC. That light was awesome until it died and IIRC, it was only rated for 650 lumens. It also cost me over $400 a few years ago.I'm using a crappy Cateye LED headlight until I figure out what to replace the ARC with.
William:On federal, the east bound side is pretty rough, with a couple of those wierd change overs for car/bike with regards to turn lanes ~ does that make sense?The path itself: short, decent shape, but dark as buttcrack at night: NO LIGHTS. A really quick sharp climb at the end literally drops you flat on to the overpass to go north to Federal. Federal on the North side of 94 is dark, but a wide street, not too bad in my book.
Praxis:I use this one in front.
yoshi:It sounds like we all like the Planet bike Superflash for a rear light.
Njord Noatun: Praxis:I use this one in front. How do you mount it? Thick rubber band or inner tube?
Njord Noatun: yoshi:It sounds like we all like the Planet bike Superflash for a rear light. I use a saddle/tool bag, and have therefore mounted my Superflash to my left seat stay: I am thinking of adding a second one to the right seat stay; right next to my current one - that should give drivers something to think about! :face-monkey:
Praxis: We all use it because it's the best value! No brighter bang for the buck out there, IMHO. Indeed!
We all use it because it's the best value! No brighter bang for the buck out there, IMHO.
ray333: Adding this will provide me with four forward facing lights.