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Old 04-05-19, 12:26 PM
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Originally Posted by newenglandbikes View Post
True. One can purchase conventional bike lights for around $30-$50, but if you have some duct tape and you're looking for 360 degrees of visibility, you can find some decent cheap flashlights under $5 that should last for a few years in moderately dry locations. I'm also a fan of a light or two on my helmet; again, not hard to go cheap if budget is an issue.
So you're suggesting to duct tape lights to your bike and to your helmet? great idea!
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