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Not that cheap, but there are a few companies making retrofit wheels that will add pedal assist to your bike. They will require very little modification to the bike. I'm not sure the cost, but likely at least $600USD to $800USD per wheel, if not more. Both appear to be pre-production, but open for pre-orders. See the copenhagen wheel and FlyKly Smartwheel
After riding a few weeks with a pvc tube as @Daniel suggested, and another few weeks with the light bolted directly to the rack, I plan on 3D print a $#@!% bracket. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:263648 i over did it a little. It is now fully parametrized and can be used with any rear bike rack (just enter the screw you want, the distance from one screw ...
Having watched the kids next door attach one of the petrol kits to a bike over a few weekends and try to make it work, I suspect the cheap kits don't work very well. They spent a lot of time trying to make the motor run for more than a few seconds. They're also not going to be legal in the EU or some other places because they don't meet the emission ...
ebay.com, "Electric Bike" brings up dozens of possibilities. "Petrol bicycle" brings up several petrol option. Any of these kits will do the job, but you will get what you pay for. Electric kits are expensive, at least twice what you have suggested. In the price range you are looking, a petrol motor version might be best. It's tried and old technlogy, ...
I know people who use speakers like this. They work well, and don't fall off the bike. You can hook up your existing MP3 player using the headphone jack. If you do that, the controls on speaker don't work. Or you can plug in a USB key and play mp3 files off there, and in this case the controls on the speaker work fine.
Get some boombot Rex Speakers, they sell an optional bar mount. You can use them wireless as well. They are not super cheap, but it's a nice product. You can put it on your bag as well. http://store.boombotix.com/collections/boombot-rex-wireless-speakers A budget option would be CycleTunes from Biologic, they strap on to your stem (assuming you have the ...
Planet Bike's small parts page has a section for tail lights that includes quite a few shims and adapters. You may be able to find just the thing there. Good luck!
The Moveslink software that manages to download stuff from your watch and uploads it to Movescount also keeps a backup of the files on your computer. Unfortunately this is some xml file which is not necessarily directly compatible to other platforms. But there's help! Some nice guy wrote ambit2gpx, a tool that converts the Suunto style xml file to a gpx file ...
There is https://tapiriik.com/ but it does not have Movescout support yet. There is voting page for new services: https://tapiriik.com/supported-services-poll
I'll just some points no-one's mentioned yet: if you're riding in urban areas your lights are mostly not for seeing with but to be seen by cars and other traffic. So a light that makes you visible is what you need. Generally you want this light to be pointed straight out, parallel to the ground so that it can be seen for as far as possible. Advantages of ...
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