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    A guy who rides bikes Aaron_F's Avatar
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    Lighting up for $70

    I didn't feel like spending a couple hundred $$ or more on lights since I don't ride much at night, so I bought a couple Two Fish flashlight holders for my handlebars. The flashlights are both 3W LEDs and are very bright alone, so with both of them aimed slightly to the sides, I get awesome light that spreads across even wide 3-lane streets and probably 100ft or so ahead of me.

    The mounts were $10 for the pair and the flashlights were $30 each at Target. Not a bad deal.






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    Senior Member ken cummings's Avatar
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    Well Done. And a rear light?
    This space open

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    Senior Member Plow13's Avatar
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    did you buy the mounts are target too?
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    A guy who rides bikes Aaron_F's Avatar
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    No rear light yet. I'll get to that.

    I bought the mounts online because my LBS was out of stock. Just Google TwoFish flashlight holders and you'll find them.

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    This'll work too: (and you could pop in some Cree LEDs for even more brightness!)
    Finally -- A Really Solid Bicycle Flashlight Mount with Photos



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