Showing posts from October, 2016

Bicycle Lights Review

I just bought and installed a MonkeyLight, and thought I'd do a post and mini-review about the various lights I run on my bicycle.

We all have a box in our garage or basement, full of those mediocore lights we bought at MEC or REI etc, and which got us through several years of cycling, but there is some really good stuff on the market these days, and which I show in the video below.

First, here's what is in the video:

Front Wheel
MonkeyLight : M210
Just bought this one, and really my first look at it was in the quick little zips back and forth in the video below. I need to try more of the patterns to really get a handle on this light, and it'd actually help to see someone else ride my bike and be able to watch from the side of the road.

Red Light at Back
Lezyne Strip Drive Pro (Rear)
This is an expensive light, but with the one setting being a 100 lumens, this is a brilliantly gorgeous light. I bought it as a rear day-time running light, and have started to notice how often, o…