I've had several since 1999 but have settled on my beloved 2001 Litespeed Tuscany and my latest, a 2015 Cannondale SuperSix EVO carbon
I can't remember if I've posted this before but here is a website that computes the sunrise and sunset times based on your lat/long, city/state/country, or airport name. It's great for those who commute in the dark (morning or evening), and would like to know how long they'll be in the dark. I like it because it tells me how many minutes of daylight I'll have for the ride home, based on the "Civil Twilight". The civil twilight means it will be daylight for ~20 minutes longer than actual sunset.
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia - passionfruit capital of the universe!
I have to admit to paying little attention to sunrise and sunset times in my part of the world, particularly for commuting. They don't change all that rapidly, so there's plenty of warning for the shorter days just by riding the commute everyday. Also, because I ride at the same time every day, there's little I can do about riding in the dark, except simply being prepared for it, which has never failed me so far.
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