Re: hands down best mirror
I've seen those mirrors in at least one bike shop around here, but haven't tried them.. I have the same problem with mirrors on the MABs, the vibrations either make looking in them nearly useless or they won't stay where I set them. The answer for me was a mirror attached to the side of my helmet. The 'blind spot' it creates is filtered out by the brain the way the windshield mounted mirror in a car is when you're not focusing on it.
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