Found: SuperFlash Mounting Hack
There’s nothing better than bright lights when you’re stuck commuting across town in heavy traffic. The owner of Ocean Air Cycles found a unique way of mounting his Superflash to keep it accessible and clear of his fenders and rack. Here’s how he did it:
“A simple M6 coupler replacing the nut on the brake shoe stud. Then I drilled out the PB Superflash mounting bracket to 6mm and bolted it on. Yes, that simple.
Why not just use the rack mount just out of view at the top of the picture? On many bikes as with this Rambler, the light interferes with the chain stay and can not be properly aligned without a spacer. Often in my experience the spacer will end up letting the bolt come loose. This coupler solution solves both the mounting of the brake pad and the light with a single commonly available piece of hardware. I have had the Superflash down at the rear drop out for a few months now, but find that I am more likely to turn it on if it is up higher.
Hooray for the corner hardware store that stocks plenty of bike friendly Metric nuts and bolts!”
Do you have a unique setup for your tail light? Let us know in the comments…
Via Ocean Air Cycles