Friday, October 03, 2008

Huge tail light

Check out the size of the tail light on this bike. I'm guessing it's a construction lamp of some kind. Seen at Interbike 2008 in the bike valet parking area.

Huge bicycle light


The days are getting shorter in the Northern Hemisphere; I finally mounted lights on my bikes this week. For the commutes, it's time to buy bicycle lights if you don't have them already.

5 comments:

jasonk said...

I recently purchased headlight and taillight from DiNotte Lighting in New Hampshire. American made, the best customer service I've ever experienced, and you can see the lights from at least a mile away. They are not the brightest ones sold by DiNotte (you can get them twice as bright), but at least once a week, a fellow cyclist asks me about them, and tells me that he saw me from a long distance away. Do a Google search and check them out. Worth the money!

Mark said...

I have the Light and Motion Solo Logic. I have the handlebar mounting mounted to my fork because of the Handlebar Bag that I ride with would blog the light. It's a great location. Nice thing about this is that it also comes with a helmet mount, so when I hit the trails in the wee hours of the morning my path is always lit. Very versatile piece of equipment.

-p said...

I'm definitely feeling the need to upgrade my tail light with the days getting shorter. I'm guessing the battery on that traffic light is a little heavy though. It seems like a compound tail light (lense for distance and diffuser for area) might be a good idea.

Alison Chaiken said...

I finally got around to ordering a giant headlight and taillight from Necessary Options last night.

http://www.reallite.com/details.htm

I thought I heard about N.O. on Cyclelicious, but hmm, maybe not. I still need to get a better headlight for looking at the ground. I've heard from others that DiNotte is the best option, so I'll check them out.

Yokota Fritz said...

Alison, I mention the RealLight briefly here.