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Old 10-06-02, 09:04 PM   #1
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Which light system to get for night trail riding??

I got stuck in a trail last night cause it was too dark, and thought i was gonna have to spend the night. So i wanna get a really good lighting system fot my bike. Any sugestions?Pros and Cons??

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Turn on the light in front of your computer so you can see what you type would be the first step. I barely understood your ?

Secondly, NiteRider is a good system, but there are a ton available. We just got some Light & Motion in the shop and they're as nice as the NiteRider's I've seen.

If you're going budget, get a single light with a helmet mount. If you've got lots of cash, get a helmet and a handlebar mount.

I've seen some as cheap as $100 on the net, available direct from manufacturer.

Do a search here, this was discussed some time ago, and a lot of links where posted.

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