I went out for a ride yesterday, it was such a gorgeous spring morning I just had to. In all I rode 25 miles, a trip to the farm shop in the morning, and this spectacular ride to the local wind farm and a night time blast around the local reservoir.
sadly the wind farm is still closed to the public, they’ve just upgraded the turbine and I think they’re still being tested, they’ll open it up soon enough ??
This ride through Wainstalls was gorgeous though and if the weather holds I’ll be back again then over to Jerusalem farm, drop down into Todmorden, then back home.
I had no choice but to take a photo or two ?
Enjoy the ride, I know I did.
I’ve had this bike light for a couple of years now and I paid £120 for it, though it’s dropped in price in that time, it’s still packs an impressive wallop.
It has 4 modes, Full power, normal power, half power and half power flashing, during the day I’d use half power flashing if the conditions warrant it, but it’s night time when this you need it the most… Beast Mode activated!
At normal power it’s amazing, but at full it’s even better, I bombed around my local reservoir for this review, and it’s like daylight. I can see everything and people can see me coming, always a good thing.
It was very expensive to be honest, I probably over paid too, but you can now pick up one of these for around £70 on google
I’m not sure if you get the spare battery like I did, but it’s an 18650 and they’re easy to get hold of, just be wary of ebay sellers selling cheap Chinese and fake 10,000 mah, best stick to the 2,500mah batteries you can buy at retail.
Lezyne Super Drive XL bike light instructions