Great Ride y'all!
Also here's the light i brought
All in all really good light, but the few complaints were
1. No helmet mount (It came with a head mount)
2. Connector for the battery to light came loose a couple of times in the ride, though I can probably mount it better.
1 · April 26, 2012
The meetup location is the first parking lot on the left after entering from Jones Maltsberger. Next to the playground. This should be pavilion 1. I don't know if everyone is coming for the night ride or if there are people that want to be back at the lot when it gets to 8pm. My thoughts are that we ride the entire blue trail first and then we get back to the parking. Then we make a second trip following all the winding hidden trails that Bud took us on last time for the night ride.
0 · April 25, 2012
Man the 600 is super bright compared to my old 150 lumen cygolite. Of course I thought the same thing when I got it and replaced my 60 lumen battery light. But you'll be thrown a shadow in my 600's beam with that 1,300. The picture of the beam on the link you posted is so bright it's over exposed. You'll be the only one wearing sunglasses on night rides. Nice light.
0 · April 16, 2012
I ordered a NiteRider 600. I think I'm going to order The Bike Ray III. 1300 Lumens for $159. You can get the Bike Ray II, 900 lumens for $99 bucks. While its not USB chargable and not cordless, that some awsome bang for the buck.
check out the pictures of the Bike ray III in use on the link:
0 · April 16, 2012
It was kind of obvious, when you got to your vehicle and held your arms out to let your servants remove your camelbak and helmet. Man I didn't even know about dropzone. It's right around the corner. There's a new bike shop right next to the park called Sage Cycle's also. I bought my first bike from a shop called cycle logic which is a half mile from those. Honestly, last bike was from sun and ski and Joe over there does all my mechanic work. I need to close my practice and get in on the boom
0 · April 14, 2012