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Revolights Turn Your Bicycle Into A Tron Bike


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  1. These definitely need to be mandatory for bikes using normal car lanes, safety would increase dramatically. Get some innovation diffusion strategies going and get it out there guys! great job!

  2. That’s what all smart thinking bicyclist should do when store employees treat customers as such.I however place my security trust in God a quality U-Lock and heavy duty chain lock plus my firearm i carry with me religiously!

  3. My anti-theft device is my muscular physique, cold dead eyes and the fact that I will bring my bike inside almost any place I go. Ive left stores and shopped elsewhere because some clerk said I cannot bring my bike inside. My bike is worth what they take home in 3 or 4 months and I cannot bring my bike inside for 10 minutes to buy some fruit, FU, I take my bike and money to your competition.

  4. I don’t usually ride longer than about 4 hours at night anyway, but it would be cool to have a induction version of these lights. Im just glad I can recharge them via USB, instead of having to buy 9 volts and AAAs like my old lights.

  5. super fresh lights. I love riding my bike. When I take off my pants and girls are telling me how nice my legs are and firm my butt feels, I just thank my bicycle. Grinding up hills on my fixie, in the hot sun really pays off when you have a pair of soft hands caressing every inch of your hard work. What was I sayin…oh yeah, cool lights! Gotta get a set.

  6. come on, who wants a bicycle light with 4 hour battery time? Most people in my country (Denmark) have battery free induction powered bicycle lights.

  7. Given the limited battery life(04hr) and no anti-theft deterents incorporated i’ll pass on this cool lighted wheel system until they can improve on the aforementioned flaws.

  8. Fair enough, however not all motorbikes are that loud, especially new bikes, and in my experience people tend to side-swipe or tail-swipe bikes more than anything else. Motorbikes are a lot harder to see from the side and rear than they are from the front, especially in bad weather. I would think having something bright on the wheels would help with visibility. The look is kinda cool, but it’s not much of a draw-card for me, at least not on a motorbike – On a pedal bike, for sure though 🙂

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