It’s been a few months since I came back from my lovely second hometown Sacramento last year…met up with some new and old homies, especially the real dude behind Lockedcog, Kris Fay. I got this set of Knog Pop Duo Bike Lights from him but never really had an opportunity to have them shot! Special thanks to my friend again, Y.C Tang, for running our night time experiment!
The light itself, apparently, is not their brightest model in the category…but I think it’s actually good enough for urban riders like me. It comes with 5 different light modes and the visibility at distances is over 1000 meters. Like other lights of Knog, it comes with the quick release mounting so that you won’t even need 5 seconds to set them up! Overall, as far as I am concerned, this set of lights is great for the rider who commutes in the city. If you are going to climb some hills at night with low light and low visibility, I recommend you to get a higher level, which is the brighter one! Anyway, I’m still stoked to see the outcomes of these photos from my boy!
Last week had a great chance and chitchat with my homie Momo, the rider that I always look up to and respect, to snap some photos on his new ride A2 from the famous Nabiis Taipei! Always feeling so stoked on those awesome graphic patterns designs on the frame. And here’s another Cinelli Mash Parallax Volee bartape…looks like it can match every setup. Check more here!
Last week I was glad to have an opportunity to snap some shots on a great Low build of my HK friend Anson Kan, who’s also a great fixed gear cyclist! There were so many dope things and details on this Low Track Standard. For me, I always love to see the way riders put their stickers on the bike. Good to see those stickers like No Garmin No Rules, Mash, TCB Courier, The Heavy Pedal, Cadence, Prolly Is Not Probably, and so forth! The build was even more incredible too…two sick ass ENVE Classic 65 and 45 wheels laced with top-rated Phil Wood hubs. Seen so many 44rn chainrings but this one looked so good with Sugino 75 and orange Sugino screws for matching the frame color! What caught my attention most was the great “Lucas Brunelle” signature on the frame! Damn~~~The devil is in the detail~~check out the photos of this awesome, speechless Low bike!