New Cateye Rapid X2 rear light.

I am tired of replacing the small expensive batteries on my existing light.

Solution? Get a rechargeable. 50 lumens.

The USB-rechargeable Rapid X2 takes everything you love about the Rapid X and doubles it. Surface-emitting LED strips wrapped in CatEye lens technology now pump out 100 lumens up front and 50 lumens in the rear for unparalleled safety, day or night. The compact, lightweight body securely mounts almost anywhere, including round and aero seatposts, seatstays, handlebars and forks.

For ultimate versatility, the optional Spacer X allows the Rapid X2 to mount to our standard Flex-Tight bracket, rear rack bracket, saddle rail mount, clothing clip and Fizik saddle bracket.

6 modes allow you to choose the light pattern best suited for your riding environment, superior side visibility means they’ll see you coming from any angle and Battery Auto Save feature ensures you’ll never get left in the dark.

From Cateye

 

My morning ride and Garmin “time in zone”.

Garmin connect issues…

Not showing time in heart ratewp-1459822378935.png zones. No Data Available.

Yes, my Garmin FR620 has the zones setup correctly. Yes I can see the heart rate zones on Garmin Connect. Yes, I have the latest update of the Connect App for my moto x 2014 running Cyanogenmod 12.1.

No, I cannot see any data. 🙁

Here’s the ride from this morning, slow, short, but high cadence. (It’s recovery week).

 

My Bike: Giant Defy Advanced 2 (2015)

This is my bike.

Advanced-grade composite frame with vibration-damping D-Fuse composite telescoping seatpost

Advanced-grade composite fork with alloy/composite hybrid OverDrive steerer

Giant P-R2 disc-specific rims laced to Giant Performance Tracker disc hubs with Sapim Race double-butted spokes, wrapped in Giant P-R3 front and rear specific tires

Shimano 105 11-speed shifting with TRP Spyre mechanical disc brakes

Sizes: XS, S, M, M/L, L, XL

Colour: Composite/White/Green

Source: Defy Advanced 2 (2015) | Giant Bicycles / Giant Bikes | Australia