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I have actually dramatically improved the cutoff on my 1200 lumen dual LED (just for reference) with a sort of brim made out of aluminium plate. On road I run it on minimum brightness (guessing about 1/4 -- 1/3 power). On pitch dark bike paths I do change the angle a little as well as turning up the brightness. Super-speedy sketch (go inkscape!): The ...
I use a pair of Gore-Tex trainers when it's wet. They keep my feet dry, I walk around normally with them the rest of the day. I don't have clipless pedals, but I do have toeclips which can be easily adjusted for different types of shoe. They also keep the wind off quite well when it's cold, and have been fine recently when it's been a few degrees below ...
I've just tried velotoze http://www.velotoze.com/ and they are quite good. Not perfect but keep my shoes far drier than any others I've tried. Socks got a little wet but they're far easier to dry out than shoes. They are a very tight fit and cater for clipless pedals.
I'm switching to the Schwalbe marathon pro. I've got a tricycle, with the cargo hold in the front rather than the back. I take 200 pounds of music gear out and play regularly. Getting a flat would be crucial. The back tire isn't quite as important, since there's no weight when I'm not sitting on it, so the trike could still be walked home easily as long as ...
I don't get your logic. So you would share with the rightful owner? Borrowing is stealing. When is property abandoned is a legal question. I am not an attorney and don't take this a legal advice but to me a unlocked bike in public or semi public place for more than 30 days is abandoned. I seriously doubt you can just air it up and ride it. On an ...
RTP area of North Carolina, USA Most of the buses that I've seen in RTP area of North Carolina seem to have them. I've carried my bike on the Raleigh Durham Express bus several times.
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