Spycycle

chipwillis

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I started riding bicycle again this year. I have to ride a lot at night once the kids go to bed. So I ordered some parts from cateye and mounted my Spy007 on my bicycle (Specialized S-Works). It works damn good and looks good also. I thought about mounting 2 Spy's on it:eek:oo:.

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I also purchased a new roadbike this year a Titanium/carbofiber SevenCycles.

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Sweet! Looks great! I'm wondering how my thousand-dollar Spy007 might look on my $200 big frame Raleigh. :thinking: I know one thing: no way I'm carrying that thing in any way other than its AOTH Spy 007 Holester. :D
 

chipwillis

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I guess I could do 2 on the bike and 2 on my bike helmet:D. Then when I get the Tri I could use it as a back-up light.
 

jch79

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Nice, Chip!

What sort of thing do you have the GP block attached to? Can we see a pic w/o the SPY & GPB on it?

:thumbsup: john
 

greenlight

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That's cute, and all, but I would never do that with a light like that.

I took a little, slow spill last month when my tire spun out in some dirt. I was only going a couple of miles/hr, but I hit the pavement and got some scratches. My cheap bike light hit something and snapped off. It still works, but it's not like new.

Good luck with yours.
 

chipwillis

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I have 4 Spy's and I'm not worried about scratches. Their made to be used. I also carry one at work every night as a Police Officer and it gets plunty of use.:grin2:


I'll get some more pictures up in a few days.
 
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