Over50 and Alaskan, I ordered this mirror based on your recommendations and it is really nice! Thank you!I have the Mirrcycle on my human powered commuter bike. It works ok (I'd give it a 6 on a scale of 1-10). It matches that bike better than some others because it is set up as a city commuter. But when I bought my ebike, Chris at Propel set me up with a Busch and Muller ebike mirror. I think it is this one (image below). It is much better than the Mirrcycle I have. It folds up easier and has a larger field of view. I think Busch and Muller has some other options as well.
I have an arthritic neck, makes craning around to see uncomfortable. Added a Mirrycycle to end of grip on Magnum Metro, love it. Easy to adjust, not a lot of jitter, you can fold it back for tight spots, large enough for easy vision. Cheap, well designed and functional. Makes me feel a lot more secure.Can anyone recommend a good mirror?
I found a Mirrycle MTB bar-end mirror on Amazon that has a ton of mostly positive reviews; anyone have any input on this one? It looks a little clunky, but safer riding may be worth an aesthetic tradeoff!
I'm unpredictable as the price I'm willing to pay goes. If something adds value I have no hesitation. I use Roxim lights for example. Kinda spendy. But meet German standards for a proper bike headlight. Focused like a cage headlamp. But for mirrors, and I have these on 5 bikes, I've just never found one with the same price-quality ratio. My daily ride has one on each side.Cheap, well designed and functional.