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Toast_in_the_Machine


Oct 30, 2011, 6:49 PM
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chadnsc


Oct 31, 2011, 6:59 AM
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Cool.

Combined with a front and rear blinky-light and some reflective clothing this would work very well!


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Oct 31, 2011, 8:15 PM
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Looks great, thanks for sharing. Have to wonder about drag, but it's probably loads less than a tire sidewall dynamo anyway.

If they fit a couple of leds onto the seatpost they could fashion a brakelight of sorts and avoid even more accidents.


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squierbypetzl wrote:
Looks great, thanks for sharing. Have to wonder about drag, but it's probably loads less than a tire sidewall dynamo anyway.

If they fit a couple of leds onto the seatpost they could fashion a brakelight of sorts and avoid even more accidents.


Hmmn, interesting, cars still like to hit bicycles !
Its a power thing.

Though seems more in likely in the mean streets than in the corn field country of Nebraska.


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