RAC Cycle Lghts for £4.99 R&C @ Maplin (Also includes 30% off voucher on RAC Cover)
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RAC Cycle Lghts for £4.99 R&C @ Maplin (Also includes 30% off voucher on RAC Cover)

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Found 4th Oct 2012
Nights are drawing in now and time to get the bike lights out

Static or flash functions
Quick release for security
Be seen up to 800 metres away
Cycle brackets and batteries included
Up to 200 hours of use from a set of batteries
Up to 30% off RAC breakdown cover voucher included
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From a driver: if you have a bike then please get this and make it flash. Too many idiot cyclists on the road.
midnightz

From a driver: if you have a bike then please get this and make it flash. … From a driver: if you have a bike then please get this and make it flash. Too many idiot cyclists on the road.



From a cyclist and a driver: Please don't get these cheap **** lights, we can't see them. Drivers, slow the **** down, give us more room and stop running red lights.
hotukbeard

From a cyclist and a driver: Please don't get these cheap **** lights, … From a cyclist and a driver: Please don't get these cheap **** lights, we can't see them. Drivers, slow the **** down, give us more room and stop running red lights.



from a car driver and cyclist i agree with you bpth, hahaha

Seriously though, most people do give you plenty of room, only a few morons. Some mentally retarded people just hate cyclists.

However i also am appalled with some fellow cyclists who would rather be cool (and dead) than wear anything bright, a helmet, bother with uncool lights, stop at traffic lights, overtake other cyclists really close because they are like chris hoy (yeh good idea!), have to text / phone whilst riding, listen to mp3 players whilst riding.

Best near miss was some plank who went through a red light at a busy junction whilst listening to their mp3 player. if they bothered to look or werent using an mp3 player they would have seen and heard the ambulance whichhad to do an emergency stop. They carried on as if nothing had happened. People like that deserve to be run over.
Edited by: "royals" 15th Oct 2012
Listening to a MP3 player is OK - it depends on the volume level. I always have mine set so I can hear all external sounds as well as the music. It's no different to having a radio on in the car.
royals

from a car driver and cyclist i agree with you bpth, hahahaSeriously … from a car driver and cyclist i agree with you bpth, hahahaSeriously though, most people do give you plenty of room, only a few morons. Some mentally retarded people just hate cyclists.However i also am appalled with some fellow cyclists who would rather be cool (and dead) than wear anything bright, a helmet, bother with uncool lights, stop at traffic lights, overtake other cyclists really close because they are like chris hoy (yeh good idea!), have to text / phone whilst riding, listen to mp3 players whilst riding. Best near miss was some plank who went through a red light at a busy junction whilst listening to their mp3 player. if they bothered to look or werent using an mp3 player they would have seen and heard the ambulance whichhad to do an emergency stop. They carried on as if nothing had happened. People like that deserve to be run over.



Nothing wrong with listening to music while riding, we can hear just as much as those in a metal cage.

Those of us that pay attention or use a mirror have no issue.

But your little story didn't happen, you are a liar.
Edited by: "hotukbeard" 20th Oct 2012
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