Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) March 12, 2010
"Ride Bright" features a safety design that could enhance the rider's visibility under multiple conditions. The device would help to greater signify when a rider is stopping or turning. Easy to install, the accessory could eliminate the need for hand signals, which would enable the rider to keep a firm grip on the handlebars at all times.
Ride Bright consists of a pair of combination brake lights and turn signals. The unit would measure approximately three to four inches long, one inch wide and two inches tall. The lights would be equipped with rubber seals to keep out moisture and may feature a rectangular or circular design. One light would be mounted below the handlebars via a U-shaped bracket. The second light would be attached to the seat post in the same manner. Each light would feature a solid center panel with left- and right-pointing arrows. Toggle switches on the left and right handlebar would be used to operate the lights. When the rider operates the brake levers, the brake lights would be activated and intensify. The light system may be offered in a wired or wireless design, in various sizes and with different mounting options.
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