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Jul 26, 2013Now, you can cycle loud and brightNEW YORKIT HAS happened to many a cyclist: the car beside you suddenly cuts into your path or passes close enough for you to feel the heat of its exhaust on your leg. A big part of avoiding those close calls is being noticed but, for years, cyclists' only defences were bright clothing, battery-powered incandescent bulbs and the cheery ching-ching of a traditional bicycle bell. Mr Lansey raised more than US$52,000 (S$66,000) on Kickstarter, the social fund-raising site, and aims for it to be available next month.

For cyclists who want the volume of a car horn but do not want to scare non-drivers, there is the Orp Smart Horn, another Kickstarter project, available in October for about US$50.
Wireless turn signals are another idea beloved by riders who want to keep their hands close to the brakes. Brake lights, once a distant dream, are now also possible because of smartphone and gaming technology.
Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location. Transit times are provided by the carrier, excluding weekends and holidays, and may vary with package origin and destination, particularly during peak periods. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. Thanks to improved LED lights, microchips and smartphone technology, bicycles can have loud horns, brake lights, turn signals and all manner of lighting. Traditional metal bells lack volume, said Mr Jonathan Lansey, and yelling can make matters worse with aggressive drivers.
It is about six inches across and attaches to the stem of the handlebar or one of the central bike frame tubes.

The horn, which fits on the handlebars and includes a light that pulses with each beep, emits a friendly three-toned melody. A hand grip by Velo, for example, comes with lights at the end of the handlebars, but they are angled in such a way that they can be seen from the side and back. The specialised handlebars connect a smartphone app that measures speed to rear-facing lights at the handlebar ends - the rider can set the lights to change colour, turning the brake into an indicator. It can also track the bike's location if it is stolen, connect to Google Maps for driving directions and turn the headlight on automatically as its owner approaches. The Xfire Lighting System projects two red beams onto the street on either side of a cyclist. For the mean streets, it has a louder, high-pitched electronic sound, closer to the toot of a Vespa scooter. The idea is to create the illusion of a bike lane where none exists, and to let drivers know how much space they need to leave when passing, said its maker, Mr Alex Choi.

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