by jef safi
One thing that is an obvious common danger to cyclists at night is the fact that it is not easy for other road users to see you unless you wear proper reflective clothing and have good powerful lights mounted on your bike. The last thing you need is to be involved in an accident with another road user who couldn’t see you.
Most rear cycle lights mount on the seat pillar but there are also some that mount on the bicycle frame. Be careful where you mount the light on the bike though because where legislation exists for cycle lighting it is normal to see minimum height from the ground requirements etc. For example it may be illegal to use flashing strobe type lights although they now seem to be more and more widely accepted.
The old filament bulb type of cycle lamp seems to have had its day now with more and more LED style lights coming onto the market with comparable power and usually more favourable battery life.
As mentioned above there may be some
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