When I'm driving and come across a cyclist where it is clearly not safe to overtake. I simply don't. That's not rocket science! I don't know why so many other people have difficulty with it.But the…Continue
"Yea, I know a few people who have sever problems with flashing lights. In some it even triggers seizures, although the typical is headaches and migraines.
So while I use flashing lights on the rear, they are red, which eyes seem less sensitive too…"
"Well I'm based on my apparently 1800 lumen light being the same as a car head light, more than 2000 would have to be too much one the road. As previously stated, even 1800 is too much on the bike paths.
As for the 6400 lumens, are they fog…"
"The battery pack is a small pack of just four batteries. It can be strapped to any of the tubes. I put in in my frame bag with keys etc...
1800 lumen? Yeap!
Although I don't always run it at full capacity. It is definitely overkill on the bike…"
"I have one of those 1800 lumen jobs sans spreader.
On full power it is as bright as a cars headlights. This may sound excessive, but really is needed to compete with all the other light around in the city. That is if you want a solid light.
"I don't agree with bashing people up because of their age. I was married at 21, a father at 24. There are plenty of 35 year olds who claim to have the years of experience, but still live with their parents playing video games all day, and…"
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"Who pays full price at Katmandu??
My preference is for a wind proof glove (BBB brand) that fit over a fingerless glove as in Sydney I find that on warmer winter mornings I need to remove the outer glove after 30-40min of my commute. In…"
"I have some Specialized full finger road cycling gloves that I 'm happy with. They have the right amount of gel padding without being bulky. They also work with touch screen phones and satnav. Pretty sure their shop in Clarence St has them ( i…"
"Same. Katmandu gloves on special (dont pay full price as the place is a bit of a rip off). Mine are quite thin but, even so, they usually end up in my pocket after 15 minutes. Good for taking the bite out of the cold until you warm up. I have…"
"I got a pair of the scott longsleeve gloves, no gel on them etc. But I actually wear them under my endura short sleeve pair and works nicely. Leather palms on them, so good feedback on the scott gloves when changing gears on di2. But I get the…"