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#1
I have found a full function light system,

http://www.cyclefg.com/shop/product.php?productid=714000044&cat=0&page=1
Have fun and just enjoy the ride
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#2
That's a lot a LEDs. Kind of big looking too, but I guess if I was riding around mostly in a busy city, it would be a pretty good investment.
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#3
I don't ride much at night, but if you get it let us know how it works and it could be a consideration for when I do ride at night. I would be more interested on how much light the 5 LED's up front put out on steady beam and if they illuminate the road enough to see obstacles. I do like the turn signal idea. Of course, I would need to get one for my wife's bike as well.
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#4
I have talked with Bicygnals Limited about the light and they say "The front light provides a good spread of light with 5 LEDs. If you are looking for a torch like beam (concentrated circular beam) then perhaps you will need something else. I hope this helps."

So I may have to get one to try out and do a nice wright up about it.
Have fun and just enjoy the ride
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#5
I have been impressed with the power of LEDs in recent years. I don't have a bicycle light though, too dangerous to ride here in the city at night. I live between the bars and the bedrooms of the drunk-drivers. But I am switching my flashlights (UK = torches) over to LED-style because they seem to have more luminance, batteries last longer and "bulbs" last longer. Smile

Steve
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#6
Very cool product here. I use a solar powered tail light (two led) and solar powered headlight (3led) and they are pretty awesome. Except on days it is not sunny Sad .
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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