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Old 12-07-21, 03:41 PM
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Riveting
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If I'm going to use a mirror, typically only if on a group ride where I may be responsible for keeping track of those behind me, it'll only be the Take-A-Look helmet mounted mirror. That way I can rotate my head to any angle I like, and leave it there so I can study what's going on, without relying on the turn angle of the bars, and also not having to deal with a distorted view of a convex mirror.
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