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How about mounting it under your handle bar stem? Depending on room and rise or fall of the stem it may work ok...

Nate J.

Could someone mount the light to the wheel hub? And do it such a way as the light always hangs down as you ride (rather than flip around all over the place)?

I'm going to have to buy one of these and try it!


To Nat J there is no way these lights can be applied to any wheel hub if your looking for something of that fashion please look in to Honkey spokes, Spokelite, or Anvil lights. I presently have all three. Anvil and Honkey spokes are a little expensive but totally worth it. There is one more called Monkey spokes but I don't care for the design that they give off.


are there any retailers currently selling these as they look pretty cool and i would like a play with them to see where i could get them attached to my bikes?


Hello, I just purchased a 1989 Trek 330 on ebay that I plan on refrubising and making into a single speed. Can you give me any details on yours? What wheels did you replace. A friend tells me that the 330 came with great steels wheels that should be kept. I am planning on converting this to a single speed. Any ifo you can give is appreciated. Thanks,Mike

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