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Came down pretty hard out here last night. Who's ready to call in sick and go ride? :thumbsup::ride:

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Already at work, but looking good after ride maybe local spot.

Wildomar OHV? Ya that spot kicks ass! :goofy:
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No can do, but another idea surfaced. Daryl and i gonna get some of those high powered batterey headlights and we gonna all go on a local night ride..YEAH !

Which lights?

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$22 with free shipping, make a bracket so it fits in a GoPro slot (I would say do 2 for dual helmet lights and hook it into an RC type battery)

 

I think I am gonna order a pair and do what I just mentioned! Depending on speed I bet it would be fine for nightriding using these as your main lamps.

 

However I already have an LED bar from Cyclops mounted on the bike for light up front

 

This is what I normally use on my helmet.

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Which lights?

Got to look up the name..some riders were talking about some rechargeable lights, high output..that worked well..sold on Amazon..Probly from China

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Got to look up the name..some riders were talking about some rechargeable lights, high output..that worked well..sold on Amazon..Probly from China

 Its the RioRand 4 Mode 1200 Lumen CREE XML T6 Bulb LED Bicycle bike Headlight Lamp.. on Amazon

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 Its the RioRand 4 Mode 1200 Lumen CREE XML T6 Bulb LED Bicycle bike Headlight Lamp.. on Amazon

Those are alright, but the one I posted uses the same LED but has 2 of them instead of 1...was under $30

 

I think I am gonna try that new one that has 3 separate housings like posted above..I think duals of those would burst bushes into flame if you looked too cloes.

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Its the RioRand 4 Mode 1200 Lumen CREE XML T6 Bulb LED Bicycle bike Headlight Lamp.. on Amazon[/quote

Price?

Google it damnit!!! You will find it quicker than waiting for a response..Cmon girl!

 

Just look in Ebay for LED headlamps.

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None of the low dollar bi-cycle LEDs are good for anything beyond trail riding speeds.  You'll outrun them in the desert. 

 

You just can't buy a real lighting solution for a few bucks no matter how hard you wish it.

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None of the low dollar bi-cycle LEDs are good for anything beyond trail riding speeds. You'll outrun them in the desert.

You just can't buy a real lighting solution for a few bucks no matter how hard you wish it.

Emergency, slow trail riding, night time exploring..cheap option..about 20.00.. rechargeable battery.
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Emergency, slow trail riding, night time exploring..cheap option..about 20.00.. rechargeable battery.

 

I agree...  gonna order me a set and stick em in the back pack...  just in case kinda thing.

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None of the low dollar bi-cycle LEDs are good for anything beyond trail riding speeds.  You'll outrun them in the desert. 

 

You just can't buy a real lighting solution for a few bucks no matter how hard you wish it.

 

That light I posted a pic of (the one with 2 LEDs) is every bit as good as the $200 one from Baja Designs, I used to have one, as a matter of fact I think the China one outperforms it!

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I've got one of these, just need to figure out how to mount it.

 

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