New BIC241 indicators for cyclist cheap at half the price

Posted on Apr 24 2009 - 10:13pm by Richard Sharp

bic241_1_largeWith the roads getting busier and busier and also with more people becoming environmentally aware there is now a growing band of avid cyclists across the nation. The obvious delights of riding your bike in the fresh air being free to take back streets, no traffic jams etc are offset by the obvious dangers of riding the modern aggressive road networks and the worries of visibility in bad weather conditions and dark evenings.

The answer to every cyclist prayers (and every worried parents prayers) are the innovative new bicycle lighting solutions provided by Bicygnals. The BIC241 Indicators lighting range provides front and rear bicycle lights with integrated wirefree 2.4 Ghz indicators. There is no need to remove hands from the handlebars to operate the BIC241 indicators as they are easily controlled from the handlebar, with the controls operating both rear and front lights. The BIC241 lights are extremely stylish and the slimline front indicators run in line with the handlebars, providing excellent visibility to oncoming traffic. The wirefree communication between the BIC241 lights on the front and rear leaves your bicycle looking uncluttered, yet provides highly visible lighting and reflectors. There are five integrated bright white LED headlights, three bright red LED rear lights, eight Bright Orange LED indicators at the front and six to the rear.

The BIC241 Indicators come with both flashing and non flashing operating modes, low battery warning indicator and are also visible from the side of the bicycle. The units are easy to clip together and come complete with a storage case for safe removal. The cost of the BIC241 Indicator lights are cheap at £44.95 as the price for increased cyclist safety has got to be worth a lot more than that.

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