Virtual Safety Lane
Why not make your own lane? Wherever you steer, your lane follows you so drivers know to avoid! The Virtual Safety Lane lights up your lane with two milliwatt red lasers, and it’s visible from over two miles away.
Revolights are simple but effective. They’re LED headlights or taillights you mount on your bike wheels. They look cool and clearly give you added visibility from the side.
Blink/Steady Smart Tail Light
If you’re more concerned about giving notice to those coming up behind you, for $125 you can outfit your bike with the Blink/Steady Smart Tail Light. The tail light is triggered by darkness and motion, sensed by an accelerometer.
For $200 you could attach a rear-facing camera that shows you what’s behind on a handlebar mounted TFT color monitor. This is especially handy for moms or dads who take kids along with them!
If kids are less the problem and dogs are constantly getting in your way, you could get a Dog Chaser for $15 that repels dogs (and other animals) by blasting annoying ultrasonic blasts.
Monkey Lights add bright, fun 8-bit designs to your bike wheels. They have two versions out right now to choose from at $50 and $75.
BLAZE Bike Headlight
The BLAZE bike headlight not only lights up the pavement but it projects a bike lane symbol ahead of you to alert drivers that you’re in their blind spot as you pedal beside them!
Helios Smart Handlebar
The Helios Smart Handlebar has a built in headlight, turn signals on the handlebars, and GPS tracking in the event of theft, plus integration with your smartphone for route guidance through handlebar LEDs that show you which way to turn to get to your destination.
Loud Bicycle Horn
To alert drivers you’re beside them and make them think you’re a car, the Loud Bicycle horn will do the trick! It’ll blast a horn sound at 112 decibels for up to 30 seconds, as long as you hold it down.