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turn signals and break lights for motorized bicycles

Share safety tips for motorized bicycles. Some of these bicycle engines will reach great speeds and need respect. Also post stolen motorized bicycle and maybe someone will let you know if seen


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Old 12-24-2007, 07:11 AM
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i just ordered this from ebay. cost less $10.00 with shipping and handleing and will post after i recieve them telling if any good. i like the idea of a turn signal and break lights


7 LED Bicycle Indication light +Brake light + Eight music Horn
It give you to ride bicycle more safe in the dark

It has 7 LED lights with eight pieces music horn

It has nine very bight LED light including brakeing light + a pilot light & a yellow turning light .

The horn sounds while turning

it come with all the mounting kit

use two AA batteries.( Not Included)
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Here is a link to something that I found very interesting...since we're talking about turn signals for bicycles. I haven't ordered a set yet, but I might a little while down the road. Christmas was a killer, lol.

http://www.iwantoneofthose.com/bicygnals/index.html
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It's called a bicygnal.

If anyone out there orders one of these. Please put up a post and let us know how it is...thanks.
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Wow...that is nice....I was gonna try to rig something up but if it's prebuilt all the beter!....Definitely let us know how it works when you get it going on your bike...
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i got the lights in and mounted. cheaply made however the lights are bright. turn signal and break lights are led's and very bright. it was designed to mount on the seat post but i wanted it on the very back of the bike so i put it on my rack and had to design a bracket which was very easy. the wires were short because it was designed to go on the seat so i just lengthened them. over all for $10.00 i am pretty happy. these pictures are not to good but will give you an idea. when the breaks are put on their is 3 led's that light up and the amber for turn signals. in the picture i just have the riding light on
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another nice little feature is on this the control box which mounts on the handlebars their is 2 small lights that flash and chirps when you have the tun signal on so you don't forget to turn them off
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Thanks for the review, Cruiser. This is workable on my bike without compromising the vintageness (is this even a word) of my bike in an obvious way. The safety factor is certainly worth ten bucks.... especially in DC traffic as you can relate to.
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i just ordered these they should be here soon pics of butkie will be here when it's done
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i put the same tail light on my motor bicycle and pretty happy with it. the turn and brake lights are really bright. cheaply made but does the trick. as far as headlight none of the battery powered ones seem bright enogh so i have 2 on my bike. i just got one from norman and its very bright so gonna put that on and keep on battery one for a back up
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21 bucks combined can't complain that includes shipping
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What actuates the brake light? Does it hook up to the actual brake or is it manual?
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