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The Draw: Multi-Light System for Better Depth Perception

Our first impression was how cool these lights feel in your hand—think Porsche key fob. Better yet, you can synchronize the set so that only one button (the front-facing, bar-mounted one is most convenient) is needed for controlling on/off and mode selection for each of the others. Having multiple lights spread from your helmet to your seat post, and on down to your seatstay, helps approaching drivers spot you initially and then better comprehend their closing speed so that they have more time to avoid you. Details include an octopus-like micro-USB connector for charging all your lights at once, as well as high-quality and clever bike-attachment solutions.

$150 (complete light set)

Review by Scott Fliegelman

Jan Frodeno Reflects on His Final Ironman World Championship

Immediately after finishing 24th place at his final Ironman World Championships, the Olympic medalist (and three-time IMWC winner) explains what his race in Nice meant to him.