Thursday, November 12, 2015

Ride into The Stars

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Bike riding can lead to unexpected adventures and it is also great exercise.  You can use a bike for your leisure or it can be used as your main mode of transportation.  No matter how you use your bike, riding safely is extremely important especially at night. So many bike collisions are caused with pedestrians and cars because bike riders are not 'visible'. The Nipro Red Rear Bike Light maximize your  visibility 100 times over.






The Nipro Red Rear Bike Light can easily & securely be attached and detached, as two different light modes, and can be recharged. I really like that this bike light can be putt on my bike within seconds and I am ready to go. This light is made out of aircraft aluminum and sealed with rubber to make it shock proof and water proof.  You will be able to navigate just about any terrain without having to worry about damaging you rear light.  Also, the rubber strap has different lengths of attachment that will allow you to fit it to your bike perfectly.


By pushing the red center you can turn it on & off, activate the constant stream of light mode, and the pulsating light mode. The light in each mode shines super bright. The mode I like best is the pulsating one because it really catches your attention. You will be able to see how well both modes function in the video below. You can  ride up to 50 hours while using this light before it needs to be recharged. The USB charger can be used with any computer or portable charger. 




Watch the video below to see The Nipro Red Rear Bike Light in action!



I received compensation in exchange for writing this review, but my opinions are my own

18 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

That is a great safety product! I want to get one for each of my kids.

Rebecca Bryant said...

This is perfect for helping keep lids safe and adults when bike riding at night. I'm impressed

Heather @ Girl Gone Mom said...

This is a great item. A must for a bicyclist.

Karissa @WOB said...

My husband is always riding to and from work on his bike. As the days get shorter and darker, I am going to request he has this light on it!

Helene Bludman said...

This itEm would make me feel much safer riding my bike. I need to get one for both my husband and myself.

Amanda said...

I need something like this for my kids bikes. I will be getting several to put in their stockings!

Ashley @Irishred02 said...

This is definitely a good thing for bikers to pick up. It can be dangerous out there!

RANE said...

This light is not only great for rider but for other users of the road as well to see the riders from a distance.

Bethany said...

That looks like it makes bike riding much safer at night, which would be scary if you didn't have that! I am always worried about people not seeing me when I run or bike at night.

Mama to 5 said...

What a great safety device! Perfect for late night rides!

Rose Siders said...

This sounds like a bike safety must-have! We don't have bikes but if we ever get some I will definitely be putting these on them!

FidoseofReality said...

I have a bike enthusiast on my shopping list - looks like a great product with safety in mind

Amanda || Growing Up Madison said...

That is one super cool bike light and my kids would probably need one during the summer since that's the time they usually ride.

mail4rosey said...

That's very cool. It gets so dark so early now, that we got stuck out on our bikes yesterday in the dark. No fun if you're crossing the street.

Seattle Travel Blogger said...

I used to date a guy who would bike a lot. I was always worried about him going out at night. It is scary enough riding on the road during the day. This would have been great for him.

Kristin Swenson said...

This is so great. You can never be too careful about safety, especially at night!

Maryann said...

This looks like a great gift for any bike enthusiast. Keep our loved ones safe on the road.

Laura Funk said...

I should get these for my kids bikes. Great idea thanks