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NiteRider makes the toughest, most efficient LED systems available. Period. This means more lighting power for a longer period for less bulk & weight. The added benefit of the Dual is that you get two handlebar-mount heads that provide endless options for trail illumination: pointed inward to focus power on the singletrack; pointed outward to fan across double-track and roads.
NiteRider makes the toughest, most efficient LED systems available. Period. This means more lighting power for a longer period for less bulk & weight.
I have spent a lot of time researching "Real" LED systems for my helmet and the MiNewt is the best value I have found. The 80gm head is barely noticable on my helmet and 110 lumens is plenty of brightness for most trail rideing when paired with a decent handlebar system.
Your chain will eventually break while you are on a ride and you won't be able to fix it without one of these...unless you want to lug along an extra chain. Great value!
I never go on a ride without this tool, whether I am out for a training spin or in the middle of a 500 mile adventure race. It has all the wrenchs and drivers that I need for trailside fixes, big enough to get solid torque, small enough that it is unnoticable in my seat pack.
When preparing our bikes for a multi-day adventure race, our support crew preps our chains, cables and pivot points with the Extra Dry. Its resiliant in all trail conditions.
I use this bag for short training rides and multi-day expeditions...the seat-snug shape and expandable compartments keep it out of the way, and provide quick acess to items you may need in a hurry during a race.
The M06Ti's are lightweight but they do not compromise on performance and durability.
If you have Shimano XTR disc brakes, use these brake pads. If you don't have Shimano XTR disc brakes, get some. Well worth the cost!