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Specialized DEFLECT CYCLING GLOVE Yellow or Black XS,S,M,L,XL,XXL £13.99 @ evans cycles (MTB
click and collect to local store or free delivery.. these are made with a windstopper style material and keep hands warm down to 5 degrees, perfect for autumn spring off road mtb riding. specialized … Read more
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Hi, great deal....how did you get free delivery though ?

thanks

whatyadoinsucka4 h, 36 m ago

They are a branded cycling specific gloves, gloves can easily cost upto …They are a branded cycling specific gloves, gloves can easily cost upto £40-50,£14 is nearly 3 beers in my local pub, and I live up north i have the season before's in this style and they are perfect for spring and autumn and colder summer days, I also wear them in winter when dry as the windstopper material keeps your hands warm, when very cold and wet you'll need a proper winter glove, as always depends what you ride and how often.If you want a good quality cheap cycle glove lidl and Aldi have done some great 'endura' copies



i just need some cheap ones for the cold winter wind, these look good but i wouldn't use them much

There's so many people I wish I could MAKE sit on this bicycle. This deal gets me one step closer to making it happen

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I've bought the SealSkinz Women's Highland XP Glove because it seems as if it might keep my fingers warm in winter.

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Cannondale Contro 2 (2016) hybrid bike RRP 1500, now for £750 + £100 worth of free clothing @ Evans cycles
So it's last year's model that they're getting rid of, but it's half its RRP, it has disc brakes, hub gears and a lefty fork. Also comes with the rack as standard. The specs read like a who's who … Read more
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wild_quinine25th Aug

I disagree. Your assumed equivalence between cycles and cars is begging …I disagree. Your assumed equivalence between cycles and cars is begging the question. I think cycles shoulld be punished for crimes and violations of the highway code. I don't think cycling and driving are the same thing, and I'm not convinced it makes sense to take away a driving license for something not related to driving.Yes, cycles are covered by the highway code. So are pedestrians. Do you think driving licenses should be taken away for drunk and disorderly offences? Don't get me wrong, nobody is saying those offences shouldn't be punished. Just.., removing a driving license seems kind of unrelated. What about loitering on a crossing while drunk. That's a strict violation of the highway code. Think you should lose your driving license for it?What about being fall over drunk on a bus? Lose your driving license for it?What about puking in a taxi? Nobody is arguing any of these things are right, or shouldn't be punished. Cycling and driving are different activities, they have different risk profiles, in general different laws apply to them. I don't think cross pollentation of punishments immediately makes sense. I'm open to be convinced, but if the best you've got is suggesting that I'm in favour of drunk driving because I don't agree with a very specific interpretation of how to punish drunk cyclists, I can't help you.


I understand where you're coming from, but...

I don't think walking (being a pedestrian) is the same as cycling why? Cause you can walk outside the road, if you walk on the road on the other hand...

I think if you are drunk and going walking in the middle of the road, you clearly have no idea of the highway code and you put people's life in danger (I am deliberately not touching the aspect of putting your own life in danger, let's say that's your own problem)

So why hold a license if you clearly do not know the code? My reasoning here it's a bit rough around the edges, I know.

Please note I started this from the observation that this is how Germans do it (when cycling and caught drunk).

Not sure what happens in the UK if a cyclist is caught cycling and drinking... Defientely a cyclist can also kill. So can a drunk pedestrian, just by not walking straight, he could push someone in front of the bus.

There a lot os scope for discussion

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MaximusRo22 h, 51 m ago

You should be banned from driving as you violate the road code. What you …You should be banned from driving as you violate the road code. What you said is similar to "I am a pro driver, why should I be banned from drivi g cause I was dri king?"




I disagree. Your assumed equivalence between cycles and cars is begging the question.

I think cycles shoulld be punished for crimes and violations of the highway code.

I don't think cycling and driving are the same thing, and I'm not convinced it makes sense to take away a driving license for something not related to driving.

Yes, cycles are covered by the highway code. So are pedestrians.

Do you think driving licenses should be taken away for drunk and disorderly offences?

Don't get me wrong, nobody is saying those offences shouldn't be punished. Just.., removing a driving license seems kind of unrelated.

What about loitering on a crossing while drunk. That's a strict violation of the highway code. Think you should lose your driving license for it?

What about being fall over drunk on a bus? Lose your driving license for it?

What about puking in a taxi?

Nobody is arguing any of these things are right, or shouldn't be punished.

Cycling and driving are different activities, they have different risk profiles, in general different laws apply to them. I don't think cross pollentation of punishments immediately makes sense.

I'm open to be convinced, but if the best you've got is suggesting that I'm in favour of drunk driving because I don't agree with a very specific interpretation of how to punish drunk cyclists, I can't help you.

wild_quinine23rd Aug

You shouldn't be punished for risking your own life. You should be …You shouldn't be punished for risking your own life. You should be punished for risking other people's. Which is the case with drink cycling, don't get me wrong. Although the risk ratios are definitely different to driving, it's not like you can't maim or kill on a bike.That said, I'm personally a bit uncomfortable with the idea of being banned from driving for an activity that doesn't involve driving, even a dangerous activity.


You should be banned from driving as you violate the road code. What you said is similar to "I am a pro driver, why should I be banned from drivi g cause I was dri king?"

wild_quinine1 h, 2 m ago

You shouldn't be punished for risking your own life. You should be …You shouldn't be punished for risking your own life. You should be punished for risking other people's. Which is the case with drink cycling, don't get me wrong. Although the risk ratios are definitely different to driving, it's not like you can't maim or kill on a bike.That said, I'm personally a bit uncomfortable with the idea of being banned from driving for an activity that doesn't involve driving, even a dangerous activity.


Agreed.

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andreasuk1 h, 21 m ago

So you should.But if you don't have one you don't risk anything?..(apart …So you should.But if you don't have one you don't risk anything?..(apart from your life)


You shouldn't be punished for risking your own life. You should be punished for risking other people's.

Which is the case with drink cycling, don't get me wrong. Although the risk ratios are definitely different to driving, it's not like you can't maim or kill on a bike.

That said, I'm personally a bit uncomfortable with the idea of being banned from driving for an activity that doesn't involve driving, even a dangerous activity.
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specialized ridge glove MTB mountain bike gloves S-XXL (Black or Red) only £13.99 @ evans cycles
a good glove for offroad riding in spring,summer,autumn. padding on palm. i'd say go up a size, if you want some slightly warmers ones the https://www.evanscycles.com/specialized-deflect-glove-EV21… Read more
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Good spot. Agree on the sizing. I'm large with most brands and XL in specialized.
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Amex offer: Evans Cycles spend £100.00 or more, get £20 back - INSTORE ONLY
Evans Cycles - INSTORE ONLY Spend £100 or more, get £20 back Save to Card to get a £20 statement credit on spend of £100+ in-store at Evans Cycles by 17 August 2017. Valid once per Card for the firs… Read more
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Evans Cycles don't take Amex!?


EDIT: Apparently they do in store now, but still don't online.
Edited by: "ArthurDent1" 17th Aug

£15 for me too

£15 for me

£15 for me 2
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BMC Sportelite Alivio 2016 Mountain Bike £465 @ evans cycles
Frame XC Hardtail Alloy Fork SR Suntour XCM Lockout 100mm Front Derailleur Shimano Acera FD-M390 Rear Derailleur Shimano Alivio RD-M4000 Number of Gears 27 Shifters Shimano Alivio SL-M4000 Chain set S… Read more
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It looks competent just doesn't justify the price. £350 or less would be a good price, less than £300 an excellent one but I guess you are paying for the chinese and taiwanese components to be assembled in Switzerland. Such companies can't really afford to be competitive at these sort of price points.

Biggushlong

Well seems like it's now a slagging site...I thought It was a deal site. … Well seems like it's now a slagging site...I thought It was a deal site. So Thanks for posting! Should help someone £3,500 short of a £4k bike! NB £625 RRP


The deal isn't that good. The RRP is trumped up with a fake "slashed" price.
It's not elitism, it's that the components are pretty low end and don't justify the price tag.

I'd keep searching.

Well seems like it's now a slagging site...I thought It was a deal site. So Thanks for posting! Should help someone £3,500 short of a £4k bike! NB £625 RRP

Still more than I would pay second rate front and rear mech rubbish fork and 13.74 kg

https://static.evanscycles.com/production/bikes/mountain-bikes/product-image/969-638/bmc-sportelite-alivio-2016-mountain-bike-blue-EV233469-5000-1.jpg
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Osprey Flap Jack 20L Courier Bag - Orange Only At This Price - £19.99 C&C or £1.99 Cheapest Delivery - £30 saving @ Evans
This deal is for the orange version only so not to everyone's tastes but trust me these are quality bags. Did a quick search for delivery to store which is free and there seems to be loads about. Or… Read more
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sold out, got through to payment, and it emptied my basket, now only available in black at £64.99

damn looks like i missed out, nice spot

Good find.
Got plenty of bags but at this price and saving I'd be a fool not to. Or is that a 'fool to'?!!!

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Exactly same bag £60 at Wiggle - http://www.wiggle.co.uk/osprey-flap-jack-courier-bag/

£58.50 at Amazon - amazon.co.uk/Osp…rts
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Overade Plixi folding cycle helmet, black or white usually ~£80 now £39.99 delivered from Evans Cycles
PERFECT FOR BORIS BIKES IN LONDON! £80+ most places, this is a great deal, feel free to throw your <3 all over it. Complies with EN1078 European safety standards This helmet fits in most … Read more
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cmncomp

helmets are hardly large heavy bulky items. is this solving a problem … helmets are hardly large heavy bulky items. is this solving a problem that isn't really there. my bag even has an elasticated helmet clip meaning I can get at it in a second. not fiddle around getting it out the bag a rebuilding it. I noticed you've speeded up your promo video.


Only sped it up to keep the filesize small - click on it and watch at normal speed.

For me this is ideal as I can keep a helmet in my bag at all times, despite only using a Boris bike rarely.
Edited by: "jackbremer" 10th Apr

helmets are hardly large heavy bulky items. is this solving a problem that isn't really there. my bag even has an elasticated helmet clip meaning I can get at it in a second. not fiddle around getting it out the bag a rebuilding it. I noticed you've speeded up your promo video.

dickie_engine

ditto. finger hovering over the button! Reviews suggest sizing/fit is a … ditto. finger hovering over the button! Reviews suggest sizing/fit is a bit hit and miss which is the only thing holding me back!


just get it bought.

mmuw

looks great. I want one as long as it doesn't implode my head on impact. … looks great. I want one as long as it doesn't implode my head on impact. but I still want one lol



ditto. finger hovering over the button! Reviews suggest sizing/fit is a bit hit and miss which is the only thing holding me back!
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Dawes Urban Express 3 2016 Hybrid Bike (Was £429.99) £257.99 @ Evans cycles - Free c&c
City/Commuting bike, Shimano 3 speed internal gear hub for simplicity and minimal maintenance. Ideal for short, flatish rides.
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winchman

http://www.wiggle.co.uk/verenti-mesh-alivio-2016/ … http://www.wiggle.co.uk/verenti-mesh-alivio-2016/ https://www.evanscycles.com/sloope-ctx-4-6-disc-2016-mountain-bike-EV290330



​looks decent for the price shame its not on chain reaction to use my 10% discount.

tony863

I'm after a decent mountain bike deal if anyone knows of one? i bought a … I'm after a decent mountain bike deal if anyone knows of one? i bought a Giant Revel the other year for £175 but i can only find similar bikes for £300+ at the moment. it's a present for my son for his birthday.


wiggle.co.uk/ver…16/
evanscycles.com/slo…330
Edited by: "winchman" 22nd Mar

rod147

​They do it in a 7 speed too h … ​They do it in a 7 speed too http://www.evanscycles.com/dawes-urban-express-7-2016-hybrid-bike-EV238276


Now that's well worth the extra in my view.

wilf1234

​​Don't write it off just because of the v- brakes. Unless you're loading … ​​Don't write it off just because of the v- brakes. Unless you're loading it up with half a hundred weight of camping gear, or live in mud/crud permanently you won't notice a massive difference between low end discs and half decent v-brakes.


Don't V brakes fade in the wet

tek-monkey

If it had discs I'd be all over it, but not sure I can go back to v … If it had discs I'd be all over it, but not sure I can go back to v brakes.



​​Don't write it off just because of the v- brakes. Unless you're loading it up with half a hundred weight of camping gear, or live in mud/crud permanently you won't notice a massive difference between low end discs and half decent v-brakes.
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British Cycling ride membership £16.50 @ evanscycles free delivery over £20 or free click and collect
Usually £37 You will be entitled to 10% everything at halfords and many other discounts. Plus legal cover and liability insurance British Cycling Ride Membership is perfect for commuters, sportive… Read more
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Otto.uk

I bought the voucher from Evans, contacted BC about the code, difference … I bought the voucher from Evans, contacted BC about the code, difference on cost. They accepted it and process everything. Am I right to expect something to be sent to me by post (eg.: card, membership confirmation, etc). It's been 2 weeks now and nothing



​Yes but they can be slow best check your membership by logging on via bc webpage

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Otto.uk

I bought the voucher from Evans, contacted BC about the code, difference … I bought the voucher from Evans, contacted BC about the code, difference on cost. They accepted it and process everything. Am I right to expect something to be sent to me by post (eg.: card, membership confirmation, etc). It's been 2 weeks now and nothing



​Yes but they can be slow best check your membership by logging on via bc webpage

I bought the voucher from Evans, contacted BC about the code, difference on cost. They accepted it and process everything. Am I right to expect something to be sent to me by post (eg.: card, membership confirmation, etc). It's been 2 weeks now and nothing

So is this deal no longer on?

finknottle

Clicking deal link now gives "this item is no longer available"... … Clicking deal link now gives "this item is no longer available"... However, it looks like you can buy Ride membership directly from British Cycling here for £18.50, which doesn't seem bad.



Top banner heading:

Exclusive joining offer for members of British Cycling affiliated clubs (first year only)


Only applies if you're a member of a BC registered cycling club, and if you attempt to purchase this BC will hold the application until the membership secretary of the club confirms you're a valid member.

Edited by: "jwruk" 20th Mar
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Specialized Road Cycle Shoes up to 50% off at Evans Cycles - Free c&c
Evans Cycles have the Specialized range of bike shoes all at a great price. Road Bike Shoes Road Sport - £40 (down from £75) Road Elite - £60 (down from £100) Road Comp £78 (down from £130) Spirita W… Read more
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PIcked up my Road Elite's today to replace my ageing entry level Specializeds having ordered them yesterday lunch time. Going home to get the cleats setup on them and to enjoy cycling in shoes which fit (my old ones were a size too large).
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Kryptonite Kryptolok Series 2 D-Lock (Ex-Demo / Ex-Display) £13.50 @ Evans cycles
"The vast majority of Ex-Demo items will have had minimal usage only, but individual listings and images will make this clear." This is for people that don't need the cable I've bought this before a… Read more
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The price is up at about £18 now. People would be better off buying the lock at £20.99 new, especially since you also get a cable and the mounting kit included.

evanscycles.com/kry…864

Superman will not approve

woldranger

Sorry, I was meaning that the deal should be expired if there's a passing … Sorry, I was meaning that the deal should be expired if there's a passing mod. Cheers for the heads up for the other locks




Follow the link I posted; there are still half a dozen of the model in the OP available. No need to expire.

ArthurDent1

The link I posted above will list all the ex-display locks and … The link I posted above will list all the ex-display locks and accessories. As dwl99 said, there are several models available.


Sorry, I was meaning that the deal should be expired if there's a passing mod. Cheers for the heads up for the other locks

woldranger

Looks like it's OOS



The link I posted above will list all the ex-display locks and accessories. As dwl99 said, there are several models available.
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Lezyne Macro Drive 800XL and Strip Pro Light Set @ Evans Cycles £47.99
A quality set of cycle lights for the winter evening/ day running lights, excellent brand with a quality finish. Mulitple light and flashing modes with up to 800 Lumen for front lamp and 100 for rear.… Read more
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Glad you got it. I feel bad for being so slow.

Forget to mention that I also received the £5:00 off as well bringing it down to £42:99 Bargain

Received mine yesterday so fantastic deal!

Did anyone receive this light? Or did Evan/s cancel orders?

too bad it's over.
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Race Face Charge Leg Guard S,M,L,Xl only £13.47 @ Evans Cycles C&C to Store (mountain bike XC minimalist knee cover)
protect your knees, upper shin from cuts and graze's whilst cross country XC mountain biking, these are not intended for downhill, faceplants etc
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All sizes now OOS except XXL

How good will these be against flat pedal strikes? After something for the lads shins

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winter_zombie

Any size guide please guys


I ordered large (fit well, not too tight, and hold up well) and xl picked up today, the guideline is pretty accurate to be honest, in that my thigh calf circumference was high end large small end XL measurements

I've got regular size legs, 34/large waist, large 40-42 chest and 5.10-5.11 if that helps
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 10th Feb

Any size guide please guys

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fr33radicalls

Notes: This guard is not rated for impacts. It is recommended for as a … Notes: This guard is not rated for impacts. It is recommended for as a minimal coverage for against nicks and abrasions


yeah perfect for cross country, more like leg warmers, i picked up a pair today, having worn bliss arg minimalist and them falling apart, i spotted these raceface which have much tougher material, padding is slim.
should be fine for everyday riding, my knees are presently cut up badly and bruised, these would have prevented the cuts, but not the bruises, these will be a damn sight comfier than my 661 evo, that are bulky and take a hard impact

£24 will get you these bliss heavy duty pads
cyclestore.co.uk/bli…569
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 10th Feb
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Specialized RBX Pro Short Sleeve Cycling Jersey (M,L,XL) 3 Colours to choose from Red / Black/Yellow / Blk/White now only £23.99 (C&C to store Evans Cycles (rrp £60 // for the less Trimed also 'Sport' Cut £15.99
The Specialized RBX Pro Short Sleeve Jersey is made of elastic and comfortable SL 130 fabric with a Hydrofit finish for evaporation of moisture and quick drying. Fabric SL130 fabric Cut Standard Fit … Read more
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cheers ordered

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Specialized RBX Sport Short Sleeve Jersey Black / Yellow or Black / Orange now £15.99
https://www.evanscycles.com/specialized-rbx-sport-short-sleeve-jersey-EV269774

RBX short are £13.99 / sport BIB £31.99
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 9th Feb
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Specialized RBX Elite HIVIZ Yellow Cycling Rain Jacket (S,M,L,XL) only £33.99 @ Evans Cycles
seems a good price, plenty of stock next cheapest is £42 for black one on cyclestore. a few other good offers on specialized RBX range all half price or less cycling shorts £13.99, Tops £19.99-£29.99… Read more
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order the size up, glad i ordered 2 sizes, small fitting,i cant tell if its going to be a boil in the bag or not.
the inner feels like it could be but time will tell
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Cateye Volt 400 Front USB Rechargable Bike Light £35.99 @ Evans Cycles
I've been looking for a better front light for unlit roads, cyclepaths and towpaths (my current one is great for making me visible to other road users but not so good for avoiding potholes or the cana… Read more
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The 400 is a 400 lumen light with a replaceable battery and a quick release mount.

The 400XC is a 300 lumen light (it flashes at 400 lumens, but can't maintain a constant 400 lumen output), non-replaceable battery (with a shorter battery life) and an elastic band.

Volt 400:
High mode 400 lumens: 3hrs
Middle mode 100 lumens: 8hrs
Low mode 50 lumens:18hrs
Hyper Constant mode 400/50 lumens:11hrs
Flashing mode 50 lumens: 60hrs

400XC:
High 300lm: 1 hr
Low 100lm: 8 hrs
Hyper 400lm: 8 hrs
Flash 100lm: 20 hrs

Hyper is low light mode with a brighter flash.

The best price I can see for the 400XC is £23.91 at Wiggle
wiggle.co.uk/cat…ht/

Edited by: "ArthurDent1" 23rd Jan

ArthurDent1

Don't confuse this with the lower spec 400XC.2.1% Quidco and probably … Don't confuse this with the lower spec 400XC.2.1% Quidco and probably TopCashBack too.



On Offer here £34.95 onyerbike.co.uk/bik…ght
for 400xc at my local, what's the difference between this and 400xc?



Edited by: "snappyfish" 23rd Jan

ArthurDent1

Yes, the Volt 700 is a 700 lumen light, but hotrod2 is saying he mostly … Yes, the Volt 700 is a 700 lumen light, but hotrod2 is saying he mostly uses it on the 400 lumen setting.The light in the OP is 400 lumens on its max setting (not bright enough for mountain biking at night but bright enough for unlit roads).The more lumens, the brighter the light but the shorter the battery life.



Thx! He only cycles on unlit roads and not offroad so this sounds perfect. X

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bschofield

Is that a more powerful version? My husband commutes on a bike and he's … Is that a more powerful version? My husband commutes on a bike and he's been asking for a new light for ages. x



Yes, the Volt 700 is a 700 lumen light, but hotrod2 is saying he mostly uses it on the 400 lumen setting.

The light in the OP is 400 lumens on its max setting (not bright enough for mountain biking at night but bright enough for unlit roads).

The more lumens, the brighter the light but the shorter the battery life.

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Hootwo

Heads up that PlanetX have an end of season sale on Knog lights. I bought … Heads up that PlanetX have an end of season sale on Knog lights. I bought some yesterday.Lots of smaller Knogs at £10-£15



They look nice for smaller lights, but the brightest I can see is only 220 lumens - I'm not sure that's enough for a unlit canal towpath. And its battery life is only 1.3hours on that setting - that's enough for me to cycle along the canal to Clydebank... and then I'm in Clydebank in the dark! It'll be like the blitz all over again!!

I realise everybody needs something different from a light - for me this one seems to represent the best compromise between light output (I really don't need the 1000 lumen lights mountain bikers use) and battery life (3 hours at 400 lumens should be enough for my night-time jaunts along the canal/old railway line).