|Bob, after the recent Jerry Seinfeld show in downtown Phx. Note the NiteRider Mako 3.0 on his handlebar. His B&M headlamp was burned out so we attached battery lighting.|
|Because the B&M headlamp was dim, we added the Nite Rider Mako 3.0. 180 degree of visibility!|
|Waiting at a light in busy Saturday night traffic. The rear red tail light is indispensable.|
Maybe long-time Phoenicians have some insight into this but I get a lot of questions about whether or not I bike at night and worry about my safety when it's more difficult to see. No, I've got lighting for all my bikes so I can see and be seen. Do people just not think about lighting as much here. I see a lot of cyclists in my neighborhood coming home from wherever after dark and most don't seem to use lighting - and they are on nicer bikes, too. I'll have more on this topic later since I have a lot of lighting options to share. Meantime, for heaven's sake, get a light!