"This light is good but it is not adjustable to fit smaller frame tubes. I wanted to put the light on the smaller rear seat stays that go from the top of the frame to the rear wheel axle, but the rubber attachment for the light was too loose. So I had to resort to putting the light on the thicker frame seat tube to shine out between the two seat stays. It works OK there but the light is a little obscured."
Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, High Quality, Lightweight
"The Topeak Aero Wedge Clip On Small Saddle Bag fits the seat structure very well and is secure. The small sized bag is ample to carry a spare tube as well as a repair kit, money/cards and tyre levers with space to spare. A bonus feature is the tag? on the back where a rear light can be attached for those like me that have a short seat post that is completely covered by the saddle bag."
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Attractive, Comfortable, High Quality, Adjustable, Lightweight, Good Fit
Cons: Limited Color Choices
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BC Duffel Bag Large
Volume: L: 90 litres, Avg weight: L: 1820 g, Dimensions: L: 71 cm x 41 cm x 41 cm, Fabric: Phthalate-free TPE fabric laminate
"I was looking for a bag that is versatile and durable. The reason I bought this bag was for a trip to SE Asia. Part of the trip will be on motorbikes and part will be via other modes of transport - essentially backpacking - this ruled out panniers. So I needed a bag that could easily attached to a small motorbike as well as easy to carry around for a couple of weeks afterwards. The bag is waterproof and made from material that is tough. It has plenty of attachment points that an ocky strap can be run through as well as shoulder straps that turns the bag into a backpack. After a test run on my motorbike here at home and using it as a carry bag for trips away to triathlons, I'm very happy with my purchase."
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Attractive, High Quality, Versatile, Good Fit
I have just taken delivery of my triples and would like to know how on earth I change the lenses? I want to put the clear in for night riding but thought I'd ask how to change before I started pulling and pushing.
Pull the lens down close to the nose piece. If necessary push the nose piece away from the lens you're trying to remove.