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Those DIY Bicycle Turn Signal LEDs Are... [Project]
posted November 14 2014 20:37.20 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I was saying, Those DIY Bicycle Turn Signals LEDs Are... Cool but totally not my taste. Yeah, safety first, but turn signals on the bicycle are somewhat overkill. Anyway, its a great idea for those who like it.

Its maybe because I'm Greek... I don't know...

As i was saying, this is indeed a great idea. And simple to make as well. Here is the step-by-step guide to follow and make your own turn lights.





Its that proportion of bicycle mass to signal mass that's killing me actually... Reminds me of the old Honda XR stop signal that was as large as the rear fender... Absolutely practical, totally disgusting...

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