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Daylight savings ended. Then the Ride On lights test in the latest edition of the Bicycle Victoria magazine was published. Then I spent a few days perusing the bike lights on offer at a few popular shops around Melbourne… now I’m motivated to make some comments on the lighting options we’ve got on offer and why.
This article is divided into five sections. These are:
Mini lights: legal (… on a full battery), discussing mini battery lights
Better choices of battery lights, including At a pinch – cheaper battery lights and also Quality …
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Welcome to April!
We’ve got a heap of exciting news “straight from the workshop to you”. In this edition
special offers on Allegro and Gazelle bikes still available until the end of the month
Australian made bike gear… great local products
dates of upcoming bike maintenance trainings
reduced pricing on the Gazelle Innergy electric bikes announced
our range of Kona bikes grows… again!
gearing up for the darker months: increased range of lights (battery and dynamo!) and mudguards
staff news: Quentin starts his Cert III
This month’s controversial poll! VECCI: “Should …
We’ve spent a lot of time hunting around for Australian made bike parts and accessories. And it’s been successful. This post covers some of the gear available from the local market.
Ok so we know the benefits of local stuff… mimising transport requirements reduces emissions. And warranties are much easier. The products are better supported and with lots of these businesses we can give feedback on what we like and what doesn’t work. They will sometimes be able to incorporate this feedback into future designs and manufacturing runs. Anyway, local gear …
The KNOG Boomer lights are “frickin’ bright”. Thanks KNOG for that handy description!
2 x AAA batteries per end, in neat little packages easy on and off the bike. Check the photoz below. A few options for mounting on the frame or seatpost or bars.
I’ve got a set on my fixie and I’m agreeing with KNOG: frickin’ bright
burn time: 4 hrs (constant) 36 hrs (strobe flashing)
size: 68 x 50 x 34mm
weight: 53 grams (including batteries.. supplied)
burn time: 12hrs (constant) 72hrs (strobe flashing)
size: 68 x 50 x 34mm
weight: 53 grams …