As soon as it gets a little warmer I'll be commuting. It's 46 miles round trip. I will be mtn biking 2-3 days out of the week, so the days I'm not, I'll be commuting.
I actually have a Gary Fisher Utopia which was billed as a utility bike, but I have a back rack on it and wire baskets. Yes, very unsophisticated!
I second the NiteRyder (I can never spell it right). I have one for mtn biking (tri newt I believe) and it blinds people. There is another one that costs around $100 and does not have the additional battery pack. I can't remember the name of that one but much better than the Tri Newt because it has a better way of attaching to the handlebar and no auxilary battery pack. But less light time. Good commuter light though! I use two blinkers on the back.
Love commuting but it's always a challenge getting started. Once you get off and riding you'll never want to drive again!
The only way out is through...
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