My husband has a mirror on his mountain bike it's a Cat Eye and it's called a racing mirror. It fits into the end of the handle bar. They also make one for your helmet as well. It works well, it gets bumped easily but it's easy to adjust.
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I haven't managed to find one like yet. DH has a bar end mirror on the tandem and it seems to help a bit. He used to have one that stuck to his helmet, but it would vibrate a lot. Guess I'm not much help.
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I can't help but feel blind when riding... I think I'd like to get a mirror. I am an Amazon junkie, and none of the mirrors with 4.5+ star reviews will work for my bike. What mirrors do y'all use (if you use one)?
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