Bicycle Lights in the DAYLIGHT! waste of time?

Bicycle Lights in the DAYLIGHT! waste of time?

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  1. Peter Bee on December 13, 2022 at 12:49 am

    Be seen or be runover. Too many cyclists wear black tights and lack tops which dissappear into the dark hedges of the roadside. With so many "paid by the delivery" drivers on the road who are checking their phones and satnav instead of looking out for other road users it is up to the cyclists to make themselves more visible in any way possible. Be seen Be safe.

  2. Dome stique on December 13, 2022 at 12:51 am

    My winter titanium race bike has got a Schmidt’s power hub in the front wheel,running an eighty lux front light+led rear light 🤙🍀

  3. Ric Liang on December 13, 2022 at 12:53 am

    The only time I pay attention as to whether I ride with (rear) light in the daylight is during sun rise/sunset when the sun is low in the sky and in drivers eyes. I should probably use them more

  4. Nick Theodorou on December 13, 2022 at 12:56 am

    I run lights during the day. I do my best to avoid high trafficable areas. What I have noticed over the years is a large percentage of cyclist who choose to ride high trafficable areas when there is much safer bicycle infrastructure available in the form of bicycle paths or marked back streets. It freaks me out that they are happy to take that risk. You just need to drive a car in a major city a few times to realize how hard it is to see cyclists even those with lights on.

  5. Baldy Slapnut on December 13, 2022 at 12:57 am

    Why would you not give yourself every opportunity to be seen, from as far away as possible, by people "in control" of fast moving heavy metal objects? No brainer to me.

  6. BasedGod Strugglin' on December 13, 2022 at 12:58 am

    If I’m riding in traffic I make sure I have bright flash on the front, always have bright flash on the back during the day. At night I use solid rear light with a flash every few seconds, same for the front

  7. tony jones on December 13, 2022 at 1:02 am

    Here in Northern Wales it gets dark just as its getting light in winter. Cloud and rain factor too.

  8. Rattateed Tartus ja maal on December 13, 2022 at 1:07 am

    Here in Estonia the law says that in dark bicycle must have white light at front and red light at rear. Nothing about day time, nothing about brightness, or flashing. But I like steady light more than flashing or blinking or pulsing. As for clothing, I know nothing about fashion. I prefer bright colors, don’t like blue and black. But shorts I still prefer black, but shoes and socks I prefer something bright, that would be visible.. Especially socks, because socks are not very expensive, but when they move while pedaling, they should be easiest to notice. My lights probably aren’t so bright and visible in day light, but as you also mentioned, when I’m in shade and there is a lot of bright light elsewhere, then even that small red light that I have, may actually save my life, if I keep it on.. So I guess I really should keep it on all the time. Actually now when I think, I did have it on last summer, but in day time mode, where it switch on automatically when it detect low light.. which probably is not 100% sure to work, because the light was only about 20€.
    But at autumn and spring, when sun is low at horizon.. I definitely keep them both on, all the time and bray that the sun won’t blind drivers too much.. Or that there won’t be any car coming from rear before the road turns away from sun. If it’s after rain, and then there’s one sun at horizon and another reflect from road. I think there’s no light that could overpower the sun.. And then everyone just have to be cautious and drive really slow..

  9. Pat Bullard on December 13, 2022 at 1:09 am

    I run daylight on front flashing and two on the back, one flashing and a Garmin radar.

  10. Dominic Ward on December 13, 2022 at 1:10 am

    Hey Waynos for us UK viewers, using lights during the day in winter is essential. Been really overcast and dark here in daytime for weeks.

  11. Vermonster on December 13, 2022 at 1:11 am

    I am a big fan of running lights both day and night. In my younger days when I rode that big bicycle with an engine……… Motorcycle that’s it! You learn a lot about being seen. It’s honestly better to be seen and make somebody go why the hell is that person doing that, then not to be seen and be hit by a rotund housewife texting.

  12. mechpatt on December 13, 2022 at 1:13 am

    Excellent video Wayno, gotta be seen and be safe!
    I call all these dark colours "Road Camo" because the riders just blend into the urban environment, really stupid stuff…!
    I see people in the daylight wearing dark colours with lights, but I don’t think it works as well as wearing bright colours too – Neopro make some bright kit, and I hope they change the idiotic trend of dark cycling clothing.
    Garmin Varia has one of the brightest lights in daytime – it really is an excellent light for being seen.
    Happy New Year and keep the good content coming for 2022!!

  13. Paul Schulman on December 13, 2022 at 1:13 am

    Don’t even have to start the video. ALWAYS have lights on while riding

  14. glenn oc on December 13, 2022 at 1:13 am

    I run two flashing tail lights all the time and 1 flashing front .

  15. J MacDonald on December 13, 2022 at 1:14 am

    A few years back, I was pulled over by the police in Auckland. Had daytime lights on the rear of my red backpack commuting home in full daylight. They wanted to help and moved my lights lower so they were more visible. A great attitude and public service!! 👊 🚔

  16. Gyikhuszar on December 13, 2022 at 1:18 am

    As cyclists, we always have to do everything to let the drivers recognize us as soon as possible, even if they are dealing with their cell phones. So use front and rear lights always (if it is possible, flashing), but as you mentioned: really good ones. Not all of them are strong enough in daylights. Best options in my opinion are the garmins and the bontragers.

  17. Pigeon Poo on December 13, 2022 at 1:23 am

    I was running lights and yellow gabba and a guy near!y took me out from a junction. To his credit he pulled alongside me and told me I needed to do more to make myself more visible…………. So, yeah, people are ducking morons. Most cyclists drive cars, so we know what is enough and what isn’t. Ride with excess!!!!!!!

  18. tracy andjim on December 13, 2022 at 1:24 am

    Fully agree and good tip regarding different height lights on rear…I’ll do that. Reflective clothing at night, high vis in day.

  19. Sylvain Michaud on December 13, 2022 at 1:27 am

    How many times have I avoided being hit by a vehicle because of my flashing daylights and Hi-Viz clothing or shoes ?
    "Ignorance is bliss."

  20. Andrew W on December 13, 2022 at 1:27 am

    I always have front and rear day riding lights just like my uncle’s Volvo 264 GLE.

  21. Rob H on December 13, 2022 at 1:27 am

    I loved using my See Sense light for many years until it died.

  22. Bobby T on December 13, 2022 at 1:31 am

    Day time lights work. Niterider Lumina 1200 for the win.

  23. James McKenzie on December 13, 2022 at 1:35 am

    Most provinces in Canada and the entire country of Sweden require Daytime Running Lights (DRL) due to visibility issues. Same for bicycles anywhere while on the roads. Looking for a high quality light now.

  24. Wasupwitdat1 Mofiki on December 13, 2022 at 1:35 am

    Damn, I wanted to ride a bike so I bought one, that broke the bank. Then I was told I needed special clippy shoes, and that broke the bank. Then a helmet, glasses, gloves, bibs, jersey, and socks, that broke the bank. Now I need expensive lights, that’s going to break the bank again. I just wanted to to ride a fricken bicycle, not deplete my retirement account. What’s your thoughts of using blue lights like the Troopers use when they have a vehicle pulled over on the side of the road? Those are really high vis from a long way off.

  25. Keith Allen on December 13, 2022 at 1:37 am

    Riding Kent lanes in the UK I will never ride with out lights on the time. Rider show up so much more with lights on.

  26. Bilison on December 13, 2022 at 1:41 am

    I will never ever ride day or night without a rear light.
    In my opinion a rear light is your second biggest peice safety equipment, a helmet being your first.

  27. S. Planiden on December 13, 2022 at 1:43 am

    Bike lights are important.
    They’re safety equipment.
    IP64 is a joke. That’s for Zwift and other indoor training in case you get some sweat splashed on them.

    Outdoor cycling requires proper equipment, not toys and gimmicks. Who cares about your 15 different flash modes, 10,000 lumens and lasers if they’re just going to shut off and/or malfunction five minutes into your ride.

    I’m looking at you NiteRider, Cygolite, Planet Bikes, etc.

  28. david burgess on December 13, 2022 at 1:43 am

    I always use day flashing lights. The color of the kit is important as dark colors account for most of my close calls. You’d think drivers would see the big man on a bright orange bicycle!

  29. Mark Fisher on December 13, 2022 at 1:47 am

    A certain other YouTube channel was making joking comments about "not looking like a lollipop" while reviewing BLACK rain gear. Sigh. Being visible means large blocks of uninterrupted color – and lights. Jerseys with overprinting (of ANY color) just blend into the surroundings. Black shorts made sense when saddles were black leather, but that was a while ago now.

  30. J MacDonald on December 13, 2022 at 1:48 am

    Riding flashing bright daytime lights front and rear and socks with fluro highlights since 2018. I notice vehicles notice me more, and as a driver, I can see other cyclists with daytime lights better. With our twisty Kiwi 🥝 roads, often vehicles approach quickly and I’m happy to offer an early notice my riding mates and I are there. Now for safety, an 🐘 in the room is where’s Wahoo ANT+ light support? For practical, it would be nice to turn lights off on the cycle paths. For prure indulgence, it’d be nice if my expensive carbon bike with power meter, etc etc and flash Wahoo bike computer selling today at $499.00 had something so simple.