No blinking sucks, cuts the batterylife in half.
I got a dynamo but my lights are usb charged. Shorter batterylife means more swapping around and charging.
Why dynamo but no dynamo lights?
Maybe next year. This bike becomes a bottomless pit of spending :)
Just get hit by a car and let insurance pay for it. :S
Although, I'm still waiting on my new dynamo lights so may end up on battery power too.
They were in stock, but then not actually in stock... German efficiency eh? :(
And then you wear it out and need to buy everything again next year.
But this is actually a great light while being cheap.
Deffo. I'm in panic buying mode now.
Only 9 items left on my panic buy list!
Off the top of my head I'm waiting on
new bolt hardware for armrests
garmin mount for evo extensions
mezcal (something smokey, i dig it)
I’ve come to Palma for “training” won’t be home long enough to sort everything now.
I have lights and a reflective gilet. If they don’t let me start with my usual safety shit fuck em and it.
I'll bring you some tape so you can wrap all the things
Not really I’ve spent all day walking taking pictures and eating Pan Au Chocolate.
Bike unbuilt. Do enjoy having a working bathroom however.
I'm not worried about kit even though my bike needs more work (feckin' hydro brakes, fucking carbon paste). My biggest hurdle is going to be resisting filling my bike bags with magic mushrooms and spacecakes for the first night.
It’s the thc gummy bears you need to watch, or so I’m told?
Edibles are more of a US thing. NL has always been plain old weed. Apparently.
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