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The ultimate coolness on a bike...(9 posts)

The ultimate coolness on a bike...PeterRider
Nov 13, 2002 3:09 PM
... www.hokeyspokes.com.

A bit heavy with 3 AA batteries per flashing spoke, and quite expensive. If the price was lower I would love to get some :-) My bike's already on its way to become a christmas tree as I'm adding more rear lights and reflective stripes. Well, I had a meeting with a car last year, didn't win, and don't want it to happen again.

Pierre
re: The ultimate coolness on a bike...The Human G-Nome
Nov 13, 2002 3:28 PM
i own a pair. they're great. they are sorta noisy however and they like to go off sometimes for no reason at all.
Would you maybe be <i>more</i> likely to get hit with...Bonked
Nov 13, 2002 6:20 PM
the drivers looking at your wheels than paying attention to where they are going? These do look pretty fun for a winter/night training bike.
Wow! and only $360!Matno
Nov 13, 2002 7:30 PM
If you get 6 on each wheel that is. Cool idea. Way too pricey. I'd rather just get those cheap little valve stem cover lights that light up when they rotate and are all over eBay.
where did you see those on ebay ? :)PeterRider
Nov 14, 2002 12:28 AM
ah, i see. Does that exist for Presta valve ?PeterRider
Nov 14, 2002 12:36 AM
Pesta/Schreader converter...biknben
Nov 14, 2002 5:51 AM
I have TireFlys on my commuter. I use valve converters then put the tirefly on.

http://www.bluetrackcompany.com/wheellights.html
How bright are those things?outofthesaddle
Nov 14, 2002 11:43 AM
Do they make you significantly more visible? Looks like a good idea.
I see them on cars here in the Bronx all the timeMatno
Nov 14, 2002 8:25 PM
I guess just the fact that I see them means something. The fact that I notice them at night from my 4th story window means they're pretty bright.