Just wanna ride!!
The dust was horrible on our last trip. It was like taking a big hand full of baby powder, throwing it in the air and that's what you saw all day. It would just hang in the air forever. On day two we rode to another location about 25 miles away. After a rzr breakdown (shocking, I know) we ended up riding back to the cabins in the dark. The dust during the day was bad enough (but bearable) but at night it was downright dangerous. Headlights were obviously necessary, but only made visibility worse. I had to hit my brakes to get a look at the trail. Many in our group reported nearly running off the trail and / or gravel roads several times. The machines that only had standard tail / brake lights became invisible to the following vehicle very quickly. The ones with a rear light like my cubes or like the cube that comes on the Pro Box Tops for the RZR's were visible from much further off in day and night conditions. But from a 1/4 mile away or more at night in those conditions, we weren't sure if we were seeing a rear light or some other light in the area when we were on gravel county roads. So my thought was some kind of strobes on the rear of the Griz or other machines. I figured amber for the color so as to not blind those behind when the follower got closer. I don't really want to drill holes in my plastics if I can avoid it so I considered mounting something to the rear of my trunk and switch it from some area on my trunk. I also figure on two of them in case one fails. I'd prefer LED, obviously. Anyone know of something dependable that might work for this?