I got fed up trying to fix or do routine maintenance on the bike in darkness last winter and I vowed to “buy a lantern next winter”.
Well, I didn’t, instead I bought myself one of those LED headtorch things:
What’s great about this one is the LED is powerful and you can adjust the brightness to any level by holding the on button (it flashes off when at the lowest setting).
It’s ideal for night-time work, but I also hang it from my shed roof and turn it on so I can see when I lock / unlock my bike.
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