Hokey Spokes – Brilliant Bicycle Safety Light System 0

  HGTV“I Want That!” PC Magazine“Top Ten Best Gadgets for the Ultimate Ride!” Reader’s Digest Holiday Gift Guide  World Exhibit ofInnovation, Researchand New TechnologiesBrussels“…for its innovative design and contribution to bicycle safety.”2nd Place(Out of 700 Entriesfrom 30 Countries)     What are Hokey Spokes? Hokey Spokes Hokey Spokes are transparent “blades” that […]

 

HGTV
“I Want That!”

PC Magazine
“Top Ten Best Gadgets
 for the Ultimate Ride!”

Reader’s Digest
 Holiday Gift Guide

 

World Exhibit of
Innovation, Research
and New Technologies

Brussels
“…for its innovative design and contribution to bicycle safety.”
2nd Place
(Out of 700 Entries
from 30 Countries)

 

  What are Hokey Spokes?

Hokey Spokes Hokey Spokes are transparent “blades” that attach to your bicycle spokes. As these blades spin during riding, a computer inside the blades modulates the internal LED lights so that design images and custom text appear.

The user can decide how many spokes in a variety of colors they want to place on the bicycle wheel. Up to 6 “Blades” can be placed on each wheel. The more blades, the more visibility and persistence of vision at lower speeds. 2 Blades/Wheel look good, 3 Blades/Wheel look great, and more than three look amazing. The rider above has 3 Blades/wheel. In real life, they look even better! Blades are sold individually for $29.95*. See Order Page.

Hokey Spokes are designed so that they fit virtually any mountain or road bike with a wheel diameter of 24″ or greater. Hokey Spokes can be used on front and back wheels at the same time.

Each Hokey Spoke contains a number of designs and messages. The blades can cycle through all the designs or can be set to play a custom text message all the time. Play mode is selected by using one of the waterproof keys located on any blade.

* Blades with blue lights or in rainbow configuration are priced higher.

 

 

 

 

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