I posted the following update in the last post if you missed it:
If you haven’t been following our Facebook page, you may have missed out on some news. We have a YouTube Channel. It’s been something that I’ve wanted to cook up for a little while and we finally just got it going.
What can you expect from our channel? Your going to find videos that are real – not highly edited (although sometimes we may take some extra time and make more edited videos – some may contain some music and some may be silent), tips/tricks/random/whatever we cook up that day or week, and our content. We’re not going to be reposting other people’s content or PR releases. Our goal is to keep it real while providing you some information and entertainment. They may include some “reviews,” but don’t expect it. We’re just not into the business of getting paid for reviewing things and then producing videos for those.
This new video is from Matt (he’s on Just Riding Along). He shares a current favorite rear light that he’s been using for commuting. Below the video is a link to the Cygolite Hotshot Micro USB light that he discusses. Please note – it is our affiliate link to the light on Amazon. If you buy through that, you’re ensuring that we can keep doing all of this. Thank you.
ABOUT THE CYGOLITE HOTSHOT MICRO:
From Cygolite’s website: “Packed with features for safe cycling, this micro sized Hotshot™ combines a powerful 30 lumens of flashing red with 5 road-proven modes and an Enhanced Cycling Optic™ that scatters light at a wider angle for maximum distance and extra wide visibility during night and day use. Its Versatite™ flexible mount lets you attach the Hotshot Micro 30™ tail light to most seat posts and seat stays, including aero styles.”
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