- Rear Light. Recommendations pls.
OK, so it’s a front and rear set, and it’s not tuppence ha’penny for your Yorkshireness, but….
500 lumen front, and one of the very best rear lights out there, helmet and bike mount for the front, two USB chargers, etc – all for eighty five quid?
If not, the Moon Shield 60 rear is utterly superb as a standalone rear. Small, effing bright, and useful modes (Bright, Brighter, HOLYCRAPOLATHAT’S BRIGHT, HOLYCRAPOLATHAT’S BRIGHT and STROBING! and finally, HOLYCRAPOLATHAT’S BRIGHT Flashing.Posted 4 years agowigglesMember
anyone used those ones with the laser type lines? Look cool but not sure really makes a difference…Posted 4 years agoandy8442Member
Now we all know you can find some cracking LED front lights on eBay etc, for very little money, but what I’m looking for is something value for money but Blo*dy bright for the rear.
I’ve just come back off a short ride this morning in mist and fog and felt very nervous at times when vehicles came up behind me. There is no doubt I can be seen from the front, but I don’t think my rear lights penetrate the mist like the fronts do.
I’m a Yorkshireman, so bear that in mind with price please.Posted 4 years ago
anyone used those ones with the laser type lines? Look cool but not sure really makes a difference…
Looks like a waste of time. The ‘lane’ is so narrow that I’d not want to encourage anyone into overtaking that closely. And I doubt anyone would pay attention to it anyway.Posted 4 years agomrphilMember
Moon without a doubt.
The lower dot on the rear of the bike is Lezyne as a back up light.
Front light is a Hope R4 on full power as some people concentrate on having a mega power front light and it over powers the rear so cars may find it harder to estimate the distances from you.Posted 4 years ago
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