Turn Signals and Brake Lights for Bikes


This tutorial from Jenna DeBoisblanc, using Arduino (open source micro controllers) from Adafruit teaches you how to add turn signals and brake lights to your bike. That’s a topic we discussed earlier this year, when I wrote about Safety Bike 2.0.

On The Spokesmen: David Hasselhoff of Cycling

On the Spokesmen yesterday talked about The David Hasselhoff of Cycling and more.

Huggacast Shorts: ABS for Bicycles


Don’t know how this systems works exactly, but it does. It’s a Frequency Braking System and (we think), it works like two tuning forks on your brakes that vibrate, pulse, and somehow translate that energy into more braking power. In my test ride shown on the video, the braking distance is reduced considerably AND a skid was prevented. Holding the camera with one hand, I was only braking with the front.

While in Taiwan, discussed this at length over beers. Skeptical, convinced then wondered what market existed for these. Rental, leisure, or cargo.

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