I really didn’t know what to expect when I heard we were going to be reviewing Lupine’s new SL A7 light. This is by far the clearest and brightest 900 lumen light I have ever seen. My first experience with their product reinforced everything I have heard and more. Read on to learn more.
Seasons change and eventually we are left with more night than day. This annual march to the darkest day of the year was the inspiration Frost needed to write Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening and on occasion my “Little Horse” asks if “there is some mistake”, but of course frost was talking about the animal and I the machine. The draw of the dark and cold is the same though. Snow muffles sound, and darkness can be beautiful. If you haven’t tried mountain biking at night, I encourage it!
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With Thanksgiving long gone, we are firmly in the grip of winter. With colder days and darker nights, my thoughts turn to visibility on my daily commute. Here is some info and a few tips on staying visible while riding at night.
Along with Lupine’s SL-A7 we received a smaller package containing the Rotlicht blinker. With a brightness of 160 lumens this light might just be the best rear blinker ever made. Read on to see what else is hiding inside.