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Old 12-31-06, 04:32 PM
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Tesco lights

Picked up some L.E.D lights from tesco, a set of front and back. There great, super bright and battery life is great. Also you can simply slide them on and off, great for commuting. You can slide them off when you get there and pocket them.

I really reccomend popping to your nearest store and getting a pair, it doesn't matter which ones, there all really good.
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For those not in the UK, Tesco are the largest retailer in Great Britain.

Dale, I noticed that Tesco have all manner of bicycles and accessories. How would Tesco's bicycles rate against, say Wal-mart's offerings?

I like those Sparx handle bar grips, I must see if anything like that is available in the States.

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