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Studies recommend putting bike lights one over the other rather than side by side. One over the other looks like a bike at night. Side by side looks like a car that is very far away, when in fact the cyclist is not. Nice basket!!


What studies? I'm so tired of people posting opinions and trying to mask them as having quoted "studies". If you're going to quote a study at least provide a link back to a reputable source. Otherwise it's just crap you made up or read somewhere on the internet (where all things are true :rolleyes: )

Those are "be seen" lights and only a moron would mistake them for being "a far away car".

Fred Mertz

75% of all statistics are made up on the spot.

Ghost Rider

Matt, believe me when I say that we love BikeHacks right back!!!

When I assembled the two hacks featured in the linked article, I thought to myself, "I wonder if the boyz at BikeHacks would approve?" Seriously. Glad you did!

If you ever want to interview us, just drop us a line -- contact information peppered throughout our site.

@Raiyn: amen, brother.

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