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Old 04-02-14, 01:27 AM
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While it's not USB, the "Planet Bike Rack Blinky" seems like it's otherwise what you're looking for -
Rack Blinky 5


The tail light bracket says "25mm between each of the top horizontal holes (center to center)", so since there's 3 holes, I assume it means 50mm between the outer 2 holes -
Taillight Rack Bracket

There's also other possible mounting hardware, though I doubt you would need it -
Rack Hardware
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I am a fan of Niteflux lights. They can be mounted in most places with cable ties or velcro.
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Originally Posted by Paramount1973
You can buy rack mounts for Portland Design Works lights. I got several on Ebay.
Amazon.com: Portland Design Works Rack Bracket: Sports & Outdoors
Thanks. turns out the PDW Radboot 1000 comes with a rack light for free. Its battery operated which isn't my preference, but I like that it has a built in reflector and a lot of people on this forum seem to like it. The price is right so I may order one to try it. Worse case it can go on a backup bike or my wife's bike. Bonus is rack mount sounds like it would work with other PDW as well as Planet Bike lights.

The other light I saw as a good option is the Cygolight Hotshot. It is highly rated and you can bet a rack mount for $3-$8.
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