Gravel Grinder News: Shimano Sunglasses, Ritchey Gravel Grips, Bookman Lights
The Gravel Grinder News is back with items from Shimano, Ritchey, and a set of lights from Sweden. Let’s get started
A Spectrum Of Lights: Cutoff Beam Lights From Bontrager & Outbound Lighting
Now here is a thought. Let’s say you have a real need or desire for either one of these lights. But the shortcomings are an issue.
A Spectrum Of Lights: Planet Bike Dual Blaze 1500
So, overall what do I think? Well it is not a terrible light in many ways.
A Spectrum Of Lights: GloWorm Alpha G1.0 RF
It (The GloWorm Alpha 1.0 RF Light) is what I would grab for a night ride that saw me out there in the dark for an hour or more.
A Spectrum Of Lights: The Amazon Lights
A causal search of Amazon for bike lights will show a huuuuge availability of lights…small to large…pretty much all from China, and at reduced prices compared to the mainstream brands. Like really reduced.
A Spectrum Of Lights: Bontrager Ion Elite R
Moving on with our light review round-up, we have the light from Bontrager. As we mentioned in the intro post, what I received from Trek was the Ion Elite R which is one step down from the top of the line light.
A Spectrum Of Lights: NiteRider Lumina 1100 Boost
The NiteRider Lumina 1100 (and likely the 1200 version) would be my pick for road focused or higher speed gravel rides as well as city cruising.
A Spectrum Of Lights: A Riding Gravel Round-Up – Part 2
Thank you for joining me for Part 2 of this Round-Up. Hit that link above if you need to read Part 1 yet. Now then, let’s get back to the lights at hand. I am just doing a quick overview for now. When I look at these one at a time I will fill in more details.
Ravemen Lights: Quick Review Part 3
As I wrap up our look at Ravemen lights, I have a go with some of the more budget oriented lights in Ravemen’s range.
Ravemen Lights: Quick Review Part 2
The PR800 is a great light with features that make it a bit more versatile and useful for the long distance cyclist.