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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    A rear taillight has one very critical job when mounted to the back of your steed and that's to get you seen by drivers, keeping you safe on the road. Depending on where and when you are riding your priorities will likely vary, which is why we've created this list to give you some great options...
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    Contest ended. Congrats to David S. from Wilson, WY! http://woobox.com/ddfuwz
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    We put together a staggering amount of information in our 2015 Bike Lights Shootout, but what if you want some quick hits of our best recommendations for lighting gifts for your friends or for yourself? Read on and find out. CatEye Volt 700 This CatEye Volt 700 is an incredible light. It...
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    A 22 gram total weight is the the highlight of this CatEye Rapid X tail light. And it's not a silly little LED light that's barely visible, but a long LED array that has nice rear and side visibility. For reference, an AA alkaline battery weighs 23 grams, so there's really no reason even for...
  5. Components, Wrenching
    The CatEye Padrone is wireless and sets up in just a few minutes. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. Visit them for your daily cyclocross fix. Ever have that moment where you look...
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    Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Mtbr. Two years ago, CatEye wowed us with the 250 Lumen Nano Shot which featured a very small package for $100. Actual output was 200 in the integrating sphere. This year, the new light is the Volt 300 for only $60. The good news is the actual...
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    CatEye Nano Shot - MSRP $100 This light is easy to love. An attractive form factor creates quite a love at first sight appeal. A small self contained light with top notch build materials and styling, it's light too, weighing in at just 80 grams. Cateye, based in Japan has come to reaffirm...
  8. Components, Wrenching
    Cateye is a brand that has been around for a while and you may have one of their bike computers that refuses to die somewhere in the parts bin. They make quality stuff and it seems that they've shown a breath of fresh innovation over the last couple of years. We dropped by the Cateye booth and...
  9. General Cycling Discussion
    Boulder, CO - CatEye Bicycle Electronics, pioneer in cutting edge cycling technology, introduces Hyper-Constant, Omni Directional and Auto light technology to lights at varying price points of their Safety and Headlight line up. CatEye Hyper-Constant Technology is a true first among the cycling...
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    Welcome to the RoadBikeReview Holiday Gift Guide! In this economy, money is tight so you will want to be sure that you spend wisely. Our suggestions below are designed to save you time and let you know everything you need to about the different products on the market vying for your hard earned...
  11. General Cycling Discussion
    Welcome to the RoadBikeReview Holiday Gift Guide! In this economy, money is tight so you will want to be sure that you spend wisely. Our suggestions below are designed to save you time and let you know everything you need to about the different products on the market vying for your hard earned...
  12. General Cycling Discussion
    Bill Peck from Cateye shows off the newly available INOU. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QE7LvKdAmtk Cateye INOU Share experiences of cycling with friends and family Good for bike shops and showing shop rides Simple, lightweight camera Powered by 2 AAA batteries 7 hours of battery life...
  13. General Cycling Discussion
    Cateye has just launched their new Reflex Auto, a tail light that turns itself on and off automatically by way of a motion sensor. "The Reflex Auto tail light has both optic and motion sensors to determine when to automatically activate the light. When darkness and motion are detected the light...
  14. General Cycling Discussion
    A 2011 LED Light by CatEye that's still in development... Ellen from CatEye USA sat down with us to show us some of the cool new things CatEye has been working on for 2011. Though not everything from 2011 can be shown at this time, she did run through a few of the products that are pretty far...
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