Ever faced the problem of going down a wide pitch-black trail at night, and you come to an obstacle in the middle, say a puddle of dubious depth, or a fallen tree.
SO I need to see if thereís a way around the obstacle on the left or right.
But it is pitch dark outside the beam from the bikeís front light.
Now the problem I faced is that turning the handlebars does not throw the beam from my front light to either side of the obstacle for me to see if thereís a way around it, since the front light is mounted to the fairing and not the fork (like on naked bikes), and it is not easy to move my now stationary bike about to point the front light to either side of the obstacle.
So I am thinking some spotlight mounted on a swivel base on the handlebars which can be switched on in times like these, and pointed to the left and right of the obstacle to examine the options, might be a good thing.
I have searched the forum but havenít found anything like this (only found fixed position driving lights)
Any one seen something suitable I can use?
I presently have a helmet mounted lamp for these situations, but it always seems to be in the side box when I need it