Bicygnals beat the clock and keep you safe on the roads

Staff Writer Tech


Now that the clocks have gone back and we’ve long forgotten that extra hour’s sleep (and being woken up in the middle of the night by my resetting radio-controlled clock), it’s getting hard to struggle home through the darker, wetter evenings. One way to keep yourself safe as a cyclist is using Bicygnals.

They’re ultra-bright LED front and read lights, wirelessly connected via radio frequencies with unique built in left and right indicators. The cyclist sets the front indicator and the rear one mirrors it. Not only are you very visible but you can clearly signal your intentions when it’s safe to do so. If you’re worried about leaving the lights attached to your bike, just pull off both and clip them together securely to pop in your bag. £39.95 from Halfords.


Like that? Read this: The Recycled Bicycle Gear clock is an eco friendly way of telling the time | Intelligent cycle jacket stops you from being run over. Result.

By Staff Writer | October 31st, 2007

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