I'm a big fan of active lighting. Currently, I have a Dinotte 140 as my main rear light, plus two PB Superflashes mounted at a 45 degree angle on my seatstays for side visibility. On the front, I run two Cygolite Expilion 250s as my headlights. I also run a third SuperFlash on the rear of my helmet.
On the reflective side, my Topeak MTX trunk bag has Scotchlite on the sides, I always wear a 3M surveyor's vest with ANSI class 2 Scotchlite strips on front and back (high-vis yellow), and once car headlights go on, I add BikeWrappers (Scotchlite wraps that go on the tubes of the main triangle).
That said, I would like to increase the power of my active side visibility lights on the front fork. Currently, I have two of the smallest Planet Bike blinkies in white, but I'm looking for something that matches the power of the SuperFlashes that I have on the rear seatstays, yet still mounts with similar p-clips.
1) Suggestions for white lights to mount on the fork (shining 45 degrees to front, not straight ahead)?
2) Also, has anyone had success mounting the Dinotte 140 to the rear of a trunk bag or the Topeak BeamRack? I've seen people double-wrap the O-rings to mount it to the back of a traditional rack, but no solution for the BeamRacks or the web strip on the back of a trunk bag.