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I Love Riding at Night

Old 04-15-21, 11:03 PM
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I Love Riding at Night

Last night was another wonderful night. I worried it would be cold but as they say, it's not bad weather, it's bad equipment. I headed out and a few miles later, it was nice and the little chill I felt at the start was gone. The fresh cool air is so exhilarating. I wear a gator style mask and not so much for the virus protection or riding in groups as I am riding solo. It is more to keep my neck warm and my ears at times when I hit dark cold sections of the road. Not as lit as when I ride with 25 other riders on some of the faster sections, far fewer headlights but I don't mind slowing the pace a bit to be safe. I don't mind at all losing a few seconds having to slow for safety reasons. One fast downhill that is dark near the start of the ride after a short climb but once I am passed that point, I feel free as a bird. Nice rolling terrain lit nicely with several street lamps on much of the road. Some fast traffic on a couple of the wider roads but a nice big bike lane.

Few times I have to go around parked cars but I look back and the headlight on my helmet seems to alert cars behind me that I am having to pull out of the lane for a parked car. Many, many, many drivers switch lanes and allow me the right lane to clear the parked vehicles on the side. Happened about 10 times last night. Who knows, maybe So California and the area I ride is bike conscious as I see mostly courteous drivers. Once in a while, somebody not so courteous zooms around me to beat me to the corner but I have no problem stutter stepping to keep safe. But for those drivers who move over a lane to give me space, always a wave to them as they pass or have passed depending when it is safe to raise an arm for a wave. Not even sure if some of them see the wave, but they deserve it imo.

After the rolling hills, it is a long straight through a decently lit college town avenue. Few restaurants and parked cars but still a bike lane at a decent distance from the cars so no problem. After a nice straight section, there is more climbing. Gentle climb but dark quiet neighborhoods where one can lift the pace, breath hard and almost here one's own heartbeat. The higher I climb up the foothills, the cooler it gets. Nice! Now I feel like working harder just to keep warm. But it is so dark here that people waling for exercise on sidewalks can startle you. Had that happen a few times and even when I was panting pretty hard on the climb. Funny though how you can breath hard, pant but when you see someone on the sidewalk, you go poker face. I don't think it is so much that I don't want them to think I am not tired. More that I don't like the thought of having people hear me making horrible noises ha ha ha!

Then there are the streets with wide bike lanes and fast traffic. Sometimes not so much and other times, much. Last night I was in the bike lane as cars passed now and then. I was thinking of the mirror threads going around and thought of how nice it was that one does not need mirrors at night. The headlights are my mirrors. I can just about always tell when a car is coming as I see the lights approaching from behind. I can always tell when cars or a car is coming up. I don't use headphones in order to use all my senses. I can hear and see them coming. Signs, curbs, the road lights up as they approach.

But last night, I did get fooled by a driver. I was going to go from the bike lane to the left turn lane on a wide road. I did not hear anything but I always look back. This time only to see a car coming up without its light on. Good think I make it a point to always look back, night or day. I learned my lesson 23 years ago when I moved over without looking back seeing it was quiet. Heard the screech of tires and all I could do was grind my teeth expecting to get hit. But luckily the driver was paying attention so I am still here. So no more fooling me with quiet cars. I have seen a couple of cars without lights over the last year of night riding but if I keep my eyes open, won't affect me. I'll move over and let anybody go by if I have to.

I have also done mountain climbs at night up local mountain roads. Few times with a group, which I prefer in the mountains. If a lion attacks, I just have to NOT be the slowest ha ha ha! But I have done it a few times solo and though eerie, it is quite refreshing.

But it is so relaxing, so sweet, almost like a dream. I tell my wife who also rides, how I get that high as if nothing else matters. I don't get that on day rides. Maybe it is the darkness, the cool California air, not all that cool or fresh during the day in Ca.. It's gotten to the point where I would rather ride at night than the day. I will say that I am lit up like a Christmas tree and know I can be seen from a good distance.

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Old 04-16-21, 04:30 AM
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I cycle for transportation and night is as good as day. I have lights.

The Christmas Tree presentation in low light conditions is, I think, more conspicuous than riding during the day.

Less traffic, but a higher portion is chemically impaired at night. Thatís the only drawback, in my mind.
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Old 04-16-21, 05:43 AM
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Our small town "core" Gang of 4 ride year-round several weeknights at 5:30 or 6:00, so in the winter months after DST ends we start & end in darkness. I feel we're more visible than in late afternoon sunsets or even full sunshine of the warmer months, but we also have more participation then. Hopefully 5:30 - 7 PMish there aren't a significant number of impaired drivers. Our biggest concern with riding in darkness on country roads are "critters" like opossums, racoons and scariest of all deer.

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Old 04-16-21, 06:17 AM
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Just chiming in to say that I find that saying about there being no bad weather, just bad equipment, to be utter BS. The right equipment/clothing, etc. just makes the bad conditions tolerable, but they still stay the same. In fact, needing a special outfit is in itself a symptom of bad weather.
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Usual nightly rides start around Midnight with my iPod song selection beginning with ABBA's "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! a Man After Midnight ..." and rightly so >>> "... There's not a soul out there No one to hear my prayer Gimme, gimme, gimme a man after midnight ... " It's great fun being able to get in 100 miles then join the GROUP for some additional crank spinning.

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Just chiming in to say that I find that saying about there being no bad weather, just bad equipment, to be utter BS. The right equipment/clothing, etc. just makes the bad conditions tolerable, but they still stay the same. In fact, needing a special outfit is in itself a symptom of bad weather.
Sometimes barely tolerable.

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11 more days will make it 1 year since my Overnight 100 Miler was interrupted at mile 32 when a wild hog ran into me at 1:25AM. Crash resulted in a puncture lung + 2 cracked ribs + cracked scapula + some other minor stuff. Was able to recover and get my 70th - 141 mile overnight birthday ride done in July.

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Old 04-16-21, 06:40 AM
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I used to cycle at night all winter since, well, working during the day. While I don't any more (I just prefer daylight) I'm amazed at the new lights. My first "real" headlight was a dual lamp Nite Rider. Big, heavy, and lasted 90 minutes on full power...500 lumens. Now with my very small light that does mostly blinking duty during all rides, I could, if I wanted, ride using it at medium, 600 lumens, for three hours. Unreal. And no need for that "beer can" battery that strapped to the top tube. At the time I thought it was killer, and it was.

But I did like the peace and solitude of night riding since due to work schedule I'd ride after 9PM. Yeah, it got cold, but dress for it. And I'd ride durable tires because changing flats in the cold and dark wasn't something I'd look forward to.
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Old 04-16-21, 07:15 AM
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I miss bike commuting home from work at night. Even with the lighting improvements over 28 years, it still felt like I was reading a book by flashlight under a blanket.

I think you captured the feeling UCantTouchThis
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Old 04-16-21, 07:32 AM
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I'm converting my 29er to fully rigid to ride at night. Figure the 2.2" wide treads will hold up better at night to roll over rough pavement and deflect small nocturnal creatures. Last time I rode at night there were so many rabbits darting in front of me, it was not enjoyable.
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Old 04-16-21, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Deal4Fuji View Post
Our small town "core" Gang of 4 ride year-round several weeknights at 5:30 or 6:00, so in the winter months after DST ends we start & end in darkness. I feel we're more visible than in late afternoon sunsets or even full sunshine of the warmer months, but we also have more participation then. Hopefully 5:30 - 7 PMish there aren't a significant number of impaired drivers. Our biggest concern with riding in darkness on country roads are "critters" like opossums, racoons and scariest of all deer.

Exactly! I feel more visible and ride at certain hours as well. I used to work a night shift getting off at 1:30. I worked about 4 miles from home but no way would I ride during those bar closing time hours. Nice wide road home with a nice bike lane but EVERY NIGHT, there was someone pulled over by the cops. Too many bars, clubs around.
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I used to cycle at night all winter since, well, working during the day. While I don't any more (I just prefer daylight) I'm amazed at the new lights. My first "real" headlight was a dual lamp Nite Rider. Big, heavy, and lasted 90 minutes on full power...500 lumens. Now with my very small light that does mostly blinking duty during all rides, I could, if I wanted, ride using it at medium, 600 lumens, for three hours. Unreal. And no need for that "beer can" battery that strapped to the top tube. At the time I thought it was killer, and it was.

But I did like the peace and solitude of night riding since due to work schedule I'd ride after 9PM. Yeah, it got cold, but dress for it. And I'd ride durable tires because changing flats in the cold and dark wasn't something I'd look forward to.

Thank goodness for USB lights. I have a couple of Cygolites as front lights. One on the bars and one on the helmet. Love the helmet light. I can see wherever I point my eyes vs set on the bars. Also allows me to signal drivers that I think might not know I am there. A few turns of the head creates a waving light. I know it has caught the attention of a few drivers speeding up to the intersection from the side. A buddy had those waterbottle lights a few years ago. My Cygolite was almost as bright. But with 2, I can't use high beam or I get flashed by oncoming drivers. I have to set the lights in a position so they don't blind drivers.
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Originally Posted by BobbyG View Post
it still felt like I was reading a book by flashlight under a blanket.
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Old 04-16-21, 10:38 AM
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Originally Posted by CAT7RDR View Post
I'm converting my 29er to fully rigid to ride at night. Figure the 2.2" wide treads will hold up better at night to roll over rough pavement and deflect small nocturnal creatures. Last time I rode at night there were so many rabbits darting in front of me, it was not enjoyable.

Yup, there are a few rabbits around, and a few skunks. I really keep my eyes open for rabbits and nose closed for skunks.

My lights allow me to pick up the rabbits from that are on the side of the road. Not picture clear but I see the shadows moving around. But yeah, a fast dart directly from the side is always a problem. I have descended GMR a few times at night. Pretty cool with a group of 20. But a few times solo from the shack. Not pushing the pace of course but the entire time I was thinking, "please don't let a deer cross the road in front of me. Though I think the animals are hiding by then, not an animal expert so I hope. But this is on my mind even on day GMR rides as a few years ago, a buddy and I were descending when a deer came out of the brush and jogged along his side for about 5 seconds. The flat part about 4 miles up where one can hit 40+. We may have been doing 30 at the time but that was a scary thought. I was about 30 yards behind him and just thought, WOW! So yeah, those little animals can be pretty scary at times. Especially the killer bunnies.
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When it gets good and hot here in the summer, I probably do 70% of my riding at night, both on- and off-road. Love the lack of traffic and the nocturnal wildlife. Riding the neighborhoods and alleys in the dark always feels like I'm doing something illegal.
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Old 04-16-21, 12:24 PM
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Riding the neighborhoods and alleys in the dark always feels like I'm doing something illegal.



I do also enjoy the cool fresh air during the warmer months. I was actually saddened with the switch to DLST.
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i'm a knight rider more than days of ours light time. the many stories all about how my rides got flipped, turned upside down positioned my times to where they are now. plus, dealing with folks wanting to start a stoplight conversation is not for me. I have some pavement to rub my tires on, not looking to miss out & have old man winter & Karen the mother nature crap on my parade.
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Brought back a wonderful memory. Probably my most memorable moment on a bicycle was riding up Mont Ventoux from Malaucene at night and waiting at the summit for sunrise then descending into Bedoin for an Espresso and a warm Croissant.
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Brought back a wonderful memory. Probably my most memorable moment on a bicycle was riding up Mont Ventoux from Malaucene at night and waiting at the summit for sunrise then descending into Bedoin for an Espresso and a warm Croissant.
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I rode at night for many years when my kids were young and my wife did 12 hr shift at the hospital. It was the only time I could ride. I would leave around 9 pm and typically be home by 11 or 12.
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I do it year-round during the week, but in the early morning (4AM-5:30-ish). I live in the suburbs where traffic starts picking up at 5:30AM so I end it before that. There's almost no traffic on the roads that will be crowded during the daytime. Street lighting around here is great, lots of roads with wide shoulders, and I've figured out the traffic light programming so I almost never get stopped at a light. Its mostly large 'laps' of up to 8 miles, with some options for shorter ones. I use two lights in the rear, one up front, reflective vest (or light jacket in the winter) and reflective bands on my ankles over white socks. Love it!
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I loved riding a bike at night in my early teens. I was more or less unsupervised in those days, and the angst I often experienced in those days made it hard for me to fall asleep at night (like a certain 13-year-old whose recent death is now in the headlines). I took long rides to the beach along the deserted bike trail and empty streets, which was a better way to spend such times than others I knew. Some friends and acquaintances of mine dipped into drugs and alcohol, some fell in and were consumed. The typical outcome for young people in my socio-economic class was not good, my brother died an alcoholic, other people I knew ended up in jail, or disappeared.

I had always dreamed of going places, of traveling, of riding my bike across the country or to other countries, and these night rides gave me time for thought and pleasure. Riding was my stimulant of choice, and still is. And it probably saved my life, or at least allowed me a better life than I might otherwise have had.
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I do it year-round during the week, but in the early morning (4AM-5:30-ish). I live in the suburbs where traffic starts picking up at 5:30AM so I end it before that. There's almost no traffic on the roads that will be crowded during the daytime. Street lighting around here is great, lots of roads with wide shoulders, and I've figured out the traffic light programming so I almost never get stopped at a light. Its mostly large 'laps' of up to 8 miles, with some options for shorter ones. I use two lights in the rear, one up front, reflective vest (or light jacket in the winter) and reflective bands on my ankles over white socks. Love it!

I'll take my hat off to that one. Heck, even when I started work at 8 am, I was not about to get out of bed at 5 to ride. I'd wait till after work. Those early guys are a special breed.
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Night riding is the best especially with no lights. I donít need lights my night vision is exceptional. Itís amazing how your eyes can adapt. I have never used lights and never had any issues. I think itís safer honestly, lights just attract unwanted attention.
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Usual nightly rides start around Midnight with my iPod song selection beginning with ABBA's "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! a Man After Midnight ..." and rightly so >>> "... There's not a soul out there No one to hear my prayer Gimme, gimme, gimme a man after midnight ... " ........................
iPod is charged as is speaker + lights and 12:01AM is only minutes away. LATER!!!
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