Magnetic Rear Light: Bicycle




Introduction: Magnetic Rear Light: Bicycle

About: My full time job as an Organ Grinder keeps me pretty busy but that's just small change. My part time work, as a Mohel, keeps me up to date on my student loans from UCLSD.

Long ago I started to use neodymium magnets to attach bike lights.  This particular model uses a standard Energizer red rear light, a curved magnet,  in conjunction with superglue and cotton to fill the gaps.  I simply place the light where it will not slide downward with bumps and gravity and I have never had to U-turn to pick it up.
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    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    I forget what I took this out of but they are made this way