If you’re looking for a dynamo light-powered commuter or light tourer, then check out the new Standert Bürgermeister*In. Standert really did everything they could to make this bike as versatile as possible. The frame can be built up as 1x, 2x, hub geared, singlespeed, or a Gates Belt Drive. It’ll clear 700x45c and 650x47c tires. The limited-edition (pictured here) features a painted to match one-piece bar/stem. If you’re not feeling this aqua color, there’s also a white and eggplant livery available. Check out all the details at Standert.
If you run a dynamo hub on your commuter or tourer and are looking to charge a USB battery pack then you need a power inverter at some capacity. The Cinq Plug5 Pure charges at a controlled current, with a 700mA max output and features an aluminum twisting door to protect the USB-C port from dust and water when not in use. While the Plug5 Pure is not in stock at Cinq, you can however order them from your local dealer.
Shutter Precision has made a name for itself with affordable, hassle-free dynamo products. Their latest being the DS-4 dynamo lamp. This small light kicks out 290lm and will work with any dynamo hub. What’s genius about it is its direct stem-mount design. It also ships with fork mount brackets if you prefer that. While there are other lamp models out there, it’s hard to deny the DS-4’s simplicity and the price is about $200 USD from Taiwan.
Dimension: 50 x 45 x 42mm
Operation power: 6V System dynamo hub
Product type: Dynamo
Light Mode: 1
Light performance: Low beam (low)
Power consumption: 2W
Holler at your local shop for ordering and see more information at Shutter Precision.