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Good luck. I've gone through 5 or 6 of those ViewPoint lights. All it takes is a good rumble (e.g., on the W&OD Trail at the Goose Creek bridge or the Sterling Blvd. crossing) and they jump right off the bike. They rarely survive the impact intact, and once you glue the red part back together, it never holds quite as well again. I'm currently using an Axiom Zap (http://www.performancebike.com/bikes/Product_10052_10551_1112122_-1_400903_400014_400159), it's both brighter and more inclined to stay attached. Plus, it's rechargeable.


#facepalm Just realized this blog isn't the Washington-DC-local one I thought it was, so the local references are meaningless. Sorry!


same experience here
that's why i have them only attached to my luggage or clothes.


That's how I've attached a NiteFlux Red-Zone-4 to my rack. With that light, it works great.

For PBSF type lights, I've got a rack-adaptor.

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