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I'm wondering if the set up as is, is susceptible to being knocked off of pointing ahead where you want it?

Perhaps if you have your maglite resting on the hard surface of your bars, where it's not like to have much purchase, you could cut the length of tube longer in order to have it wrap around the bar once to give you a rubber surface on the top edge. Just thinking out loud. YMMV....


Just bookmarked this site-and this is a beautiful hack! Cheap and simple. I always have problems with the plastic handlebar slot thingies that come with bike lights-they break, they're easy to lose, so I wind up with a bike light that I usually just duct tape to my helmet. Not a good solution. I'm going to use this one!


the symplicite iz magnificent


That's a good idea! Thank you for sharing, i just want to find a convenient method to install flashlights on my bike.


is it safey if you install?

bike flashlight

I use Armytek Viking X for my bike. I use a bike mount for this light. This light provides excellent illumination and various external factors that may be present in a bicycle such as rain, dirt, vibration and shock are not terrible.

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