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3/27/12 8:47 P

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Cool lights.

I saw these recently, small outfit that makes passive reflective rimstrips to increase side visibility for night riding. Good stuff.

https://shop.ridewithfiks.com/

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3/27/12 8:37 P

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Don - Great light set up, we like ours but I was impressed with the ones I saw at the expo. Especially here in PNW we may not see the sun, for well Months! The day time running light were a great idea. I also try to at least wear something of a bright color whenever I am outside, biking, walking etc... with the many shades of grey people blend in if they are in dark colors.


The had some really cool ideas at the Seattle Bike Expo - I was happy to post a few links of my favorites for those that it might have been a bit of drive for!
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3/27/12 8:26 A

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So far this year I've been very happy with my Light & Motion Vis 360:

www.bikelights.com/vis360.html

It's been great during my dark and foggy morning rides and later twilight commutes home.

Not only am I seen, but I can see better too!

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3/26/12 7:21 P

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The Stick is a great recovery tool. Sure does shorten the delayed soreness and gets you back on the bike sooner.

I'd love to be checking out the expo but it's a bit of a drive from Ohio.

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Thanks for the link for the lights.

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3/26/12 7:07 P

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Ok - If you can't tell, I love the Seattle Bike Expo! I found a ton cool stuff to want!! and to buy a bit too .... Next year I will be saving up for the Expo.

Super cool led lights - Local company out of Seattle, next set of lights for my bike is coming from this company. You have daytime running lights, and blinkers - easy on and off to avoid theft.

ledbylite.com

I also found the "Stick" which was purchased on the spot! It is used to roll out your IT Band and to work out the knots in muscles. There was a group that came up to purchase it after they used a friend's on the STP last year. I have been working with a PT on an injury for the past month; I took it into her and it has her blessings! They are also ordering some for the clinic. www.thestick.com



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