5000 Lumen 2x CREE XML U2 LED Cycling Bicycle Bike Light Lamp HeadLight Headlamp
Not too long ago I was talking about the new LED bike lights on the market and how I found one made by Te-Rich for $32 that was 1200 lumen. Well, I found a better one on Amazon. It's a 5000 lumen LED light for only $22. And, the reviews are good. Granted, I don't think any of these Chinese made lights put out the advertised lumens that they do. If this one says 5000, I'd be happy if it was half of that. But, for $22 you can't beat it..and shipped 2 day (Amazon Prime), no tax. The head light I'm using now is a Princeton Tec single beam light. I think I paid $200 for it back in the day. And, as far as lumen go, I wouldn't think it's any more than 200-300 lumen. It really pales in comparison to today's LED lights. And, it's small, it fits in the palm of your hand. Battery life? All I want it to last is 2-3 hrs. in low temps on a single charge. I just ordered mine and I'll post a review after I use it on Thursday night with my new PowerCal HR monitor.
Welcome to my Coaching Blog. I'm a USA Cycling Level 2 Power Based Coach. I was the first USA Cycling Power Based Cycling Coach in the State of Pennsylvania. To become a Power Based Coach you have to pass a pretty comprehensive exam by USA Cycling http://www.usacycling.org/ on the use of Power Meters for Cycling Coaching. I also think you must become a Level 2 Coach before you're able to take the exam. I've been training and coaching with Power for over 10 yrs. now.
Although I don't actively coach right now, I do give FREE advice to athletes looking to set up a training program for the first time or to seasoned athletes looking to 'break-through' to a higher level of racing/training. I've coached just about every type of athlete in the past, from young world class triathletes in their 20s, competitive cyclists in their 30s and 40s to older athletes in their 50s (like me) looking to just get back in shape. I've even coached older cyclists in their 60s looking to get stronger on their group rides with friends. So, feel free to email me any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Coach Rob- Triple ByPass Ride, Evergreen CO, Yes, that's snow in the mountains in July.