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How To Communicate With Signals In A Bunch | Racesmart
Racesmart is a series in partnership with British Cycling aimed at racing cyclists. Using signals can make riding in a bunch much safer. Subscribe to GCN on YouTube: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Communication is vital for a safe and harmonious bunch. Whether you're signalling that you intend to pull out of the line and move up, or if you need to alert your fellow cyclists to a car or pothole, signalling your movements will always be safer. Music: The Milk - Kim (Instrumental): http://gcn.eu/1hRoTKu About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic summit of the Stelvio to the epic trails of Fort William, Scotland, everywhere there is pavé or dirt, world-class racing, and pro riders, we will be there bringing you all the action, essential analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Youtube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW Leave us a comment below!
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How To Use Hand Signals And Calls To Avoid Road Hazards
Communication is key to riding safely in a group. This video shows you how to use hand signals to clearly point out potential hazards to those behind you. Follow GCN on YouTube: http://gcn.eu/gcnsubs Riding in a bunch is a fun, sociable and efficient way to ride, but can be dangerous if you don't communicate. While a rider at the front of the group is able to see all of the road in front, the vision of those behind won't be as wide-ranging. It is every rider's responsibility to point out any potholes, traffic or road furniture that might require the group to change direction or filter into a single line. This can be done via a hand signal or a shout to your fellow rider behind. Make sure you communicate far enough in advance to give the group enough time to adjust. Music: All The Beautiful Things In The World - Caged Animals: http://gcn.eu/1lBUKiQ About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic summit of the Stelvio to the epic trails of Fort William, Scotland, everywhere there is pavé or dirt, world-class racing, and pro riders, we will be there bringing you all the action, essential analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Youtube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW Leave us a comment below!
Views: 101225 Global Cycling Network
CyclingTraining  Signals when training for cycling
Http://www.cycling-secrets.com for more tips and tricks. Http://www.bikestyletours.com - See The Tour De France Live! And for the most comprehensive range of cycling e-books of the internet visit our partner at http://www.roadbikerider.com/ When riding or training for cycling with a group communication up and down the line is vital to keeping everyone involved safe. Although these signals may differ slightly between regions the need for keep everyone on the group aware of the conditions ahead is extremely important. Information about road hazards, traffic, group actions etc is passed up and down the line by both verbal and hand signals. Pointing down to the left or right indicates an issue on the road - possible and object or bad surface to be avoided. A hand pointing across the back means the group is passing ( usually other cyclists) so the line will be pulling out to do so. A flat palm means slowing or stopping. When approaching a red light the lead riders will yell 'Lights!'. In a large group the lights may change while the group is passing through the intersection. Riders decide whether they are continuing or stopping. 'Rolling' means I'm going through "stopping" means they are stopping ( no really). If the rider in front of you is stopping you have to take that call. A hand pointed left or right means the rider is pulling out of the line or crossing to another position. A hand motioning you through menas - 'come take a pull, I'm done' Further verbal cues are 'up' and 'back' referring to uphead and behind. So 'Riders Up' means we're coming up on some other cyclists and "car back' menas there's a car coming up behind. Everyone in the group has a shared responsibility to keep each other safe through clear communication up and down the group. Ride safe, ride smart. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vy_XJqRXXDY
Views: 112190 CyclingSecrets
How to Use Hand Signals on a Bicycle
Shift into a Higher Gear with these Assets for Cyclists Turbospoke Bicycle Exhaust System: http://amzn.to/1Fdha4X Raskullz Cat Helmet: http://amzn.to/1gpc6i8 Sunlite Squeeze Horns: http://amzn.to/1NBvjvR Camelbak Men's M.U.L.E. Hydration Pack: http://amzn.to/1Kl9ZUp LED Cycling Flash Taillight: http://amzn.to/1NBxf7j Lightweight Bicycle Mirror: http://amzn.to/1OcXAst Watch more Bike Riding Tips videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/183189-How-to-Use-Hand-Signals-on-a-Bicycle Step 1: Prepare to turn left Learn how to signal a left turn. About 50 yards before the turn, take your left hand off the handlebars and extend it to the left, perpendicular to your body. Tip These signals apply to countries where motorists and cyclists drive on the right side of the road. For countries that use the left side of the road, check with local cycling organizations or direct.gov.uk. Step 2: Turn left Hold your hand open and point it in the direction you're turning. Keeping your arm extended, start riding from the right shoulder of the street to the left side of the lane. Once you reach the intersection, turn left. Tip Don't assume that cars behind you have noticed your hand signal. Always glance backwards quickly before you initiate your turn to check for traffic. Step 3: Turn right Know how to signal a right turn. About 25 yards before you turn right, raise your left hand with the elbow bent 90 degrees, your hand pointing skyward, and your left arm forming an "L." Check for traffic before entering the intersection to turn. Tip It's also acceptable to extend your right arm perpendicular to your body to signal a right turn. Step 4: Stop Learn the signal for a stop. About 50 yards before you come to a stop, raise your left elbow until it is perpendicular to your body. Point your fingers down to the pavement, palm facing the traffic or riders behind you, so your arm forms a reverse "7." Hold this position until you come to a stop. Step 5: Signal for a group Know the signal for a group of riders. If you are riding with a group behind you, signal drivers in front of you by raising your left hand straight above your head, palm forward. Did You Know? Drivers and motorcyclists whose turn signals and brake lights aren't working can also use the same signals.
Views: 68632 Howcast
How to Drive a Bike | Doubt Session 3 | How to Use Signal Light and Horn in Hindi
Hello friends I have uploaded this video on the basis of your last weeks doubts. If you have more doubts you can comment to my channel I'll try to create video and upload on next Sunday. Thank You So Much How to Drive a Bike | Doubt Session 3 | How to Use Signal Light and Horn in Hindi
Views: 2861 Prak's Bikers Guide
RC Bicycle Signal Light
RC Bicycle Signal Light PRICE: P888 Specifications: Material: ABS LED Quantity: 64 Laser Beam: 2 Light Power: 3.7V 650 mAH USB battery Remote control battery: 1*CR2032 Features: Li battery USB charging. With Rechargeable Lithium battery, 3.7V 650mAH, can work up to 10 hours continuously after one time charge. One CR2032 battery for remote control, which can work up to three months. Bike rear light is shockproof and waterproof, it functions well under any weather conditions, suitable for mountain bikes, road bicycles, dirt bicycles, hybrid bikes, etc. Easy Installation: you can install the rear light successfully with the screw and bracket provided very quickly, no other extra tools are needed. Dot matrix display of wireless remote control, cool graphics tail light display of wireless remote control, brake dot matrix display of wireless remote control, Iaser parallel lines display of wireless remote control. How to use: 1.Long press host one second to switch on (all the lights flash three times),and long press host one second again to switch off(all the lights flash one time).The left red light is flashing switch on,long press 3 seconds to Match Code(host showed C),Then press the any key of the remote controller to finish the setting. 2.Upward the turn light-switch to left (the left light is flashing),downward the turn light-switch to Right(the right light is flashing) 3.Short press the right button of remote control,cool graphics tall light will switch on/off (blue light flash in the middle). 4.Short press the left button of remote control,laser parallel line will switch on/OFF. 5.When the left light of host is continuous lighting,It means the low battery and need to recharge.The right light will turn on when recharging the battery ,and the green light will turn on when fully charged. Package includes: 1 x Wireless Remote Bicycle Light 1 x Wireless Remote (With Battery) 1 x USB Cable 1 x Holder Contact numbers: 410-1316 / 740-3695 0923-2385639 (Jane) 0922-3460600 (Jamie) E-mail: [email protected] ADDRESS: #84 Angelo Street, La Loma, Quezon City Store Hours: Mondays to Saturdays, 9am to 6pm #coolstuff168ph
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Mobile Operated Bicycle Signal Device | ROAD SAFETY
A mounted device that projects signals on cyclists’ backs might soon improve the relationship between road-users of every sort. Conceived by Azerbaijani designer Elnur Babayev, the Cyclee will display different illuminated signs depending on the rider’s actions. The projected images can be modified on mobile devices and transferred to the projector, which then displays the appropriate signal on the cyclist’s back. Accident rates per kilometer are 26 to 48 times higher for bikes than for automobiles, and in bike-car accidents, the motorists are usually at fault. Countries that have invested the most in cycling infrastructure, despite having more cyclists, tend to have the lowest rates of cycling mortality. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.boredpanda.com/bike-signal-illuminated-projector-cyclee-elnur-babayev/
Views: 6726 [email protected]
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How to Signal While Cycling in Traffic
HealthyNOW! Cortland County wants you to make the most out of bicycling - safely! Learn appropriate signals for cyclists sharing the road with vehicles. And check out our other videos for more safe cycling tips! Brought to you by HealthyNOW! Cortland County, a program of Seven Valleys Health Coalition, the Cortland City Police Department, the Traffic Safety Coalition, and the Bridger Bike Company. For more info about bicycling around town, visit healthynowcortland.org
How to Bike in Copenhagen
You are heading to Copenhagen to study abroad and you want to bike like a local. Learn all about Danish biking rules - from what to do...to what not to do...with Benji as he bikes you through Copenhagen. Special Thanks This video was filmed and edited by Fall 2016 DIS Alumnus Benji Cooper: www.benjicooper.com. Additional filming and acting by Zachary 'Reggie' Sanderson and Eric 'thicc' Kil. Music by enoe: "Advanced Basecamp", 2011 - Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) About DIS DIS is a non-profit study abroad foundation established in Denmark in 1959, with locations in Copenhagen and Stockholm. DIS provides semester, academic year, and summer programs taught in English, and offers high-impact learning experiences for upper-division undergraduate students from distinguished North American colleges and universities. The intellectually challenging curriculum is broad, cutting edge, and enriched by experiential learning components, including faculty-led study tours across Europe. It provides students with opportunities for meaningful cultural engagement and personal growth, which is further enriched through housing and extracurricular offerings. Visit us at DISabroad.org/copenhagen
Views: 46526 DIS - Study Abroad
The Wireless Turn Signal/Tail Light Bike Helmet
Learn more about The Wireless Turn Signal/Tail Light Bike Helmet: https://bit.ly/2MAqNmS Hammacher Schlemmer: https://bit.ly/2nR8dJ5 This is the bicycle helmet with integrated turn signals and tail lights operated wirelessly from a handlebar switch. Providing optimal visibility, the helmet has eight red LEDs that serve as a tail lights while two sets of three yellow LEDs below serve as turn indicators—all activated by tapping the handlebar switch. The helmet has a built-in speaker that plays music via Bluetooth from a smartphone; also enables one to make and receive calls. A free app provides walkie-talkie and SOS alert function. Built-in battery provides up to six hours of music (10 hours of turn/tail light) from a three-hour USB charge. Polycarbonate/EPS foam construction with 24 vents for optimal airflow.
Bicycle Waterproof Backpack with Pilot Lamp Security LED Turn Signal Wireless
When you ride a bike,Keep your safe on the road in night, LED Turn Signal Wireless Remote Control. Find it at amazon : http://amzn.to/1NufuSt 1.For the safety of cyclists turn signal lights can warning rear vehicles for your next move and let the drivers could know your location in the dark vision. And shuttle in the city safely. 2.Outdoor Use: For the cyclists in the wild or hiking team in the mountain super brightness led lights could help people easily to find you at night or hang on any high places like rock or trees could help the helicopter easily find the location of the people who need to be rescued. And the long life battery and waterproof function are definitely helpful in this kind of situation. 3.Wireless operation: Press the power key on the back of the widget, and the LED lights on the front panel will flash, indicating the unit function properly. Maximum brightness by the professional testing, higher than normal tail light brightness 3-5 times, reaching the level of car tail lights found 200 meters away, so you ride safer. 4.Waterproof Design: Safety in raining days. 5.Turn signal for bike riding, traveling, hiking, etc.
Views: 30226 Amorus Video
201372 - Wireless Bicycle Turn Signal
201372 - Wireless Bicycle Turn Signal
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First Bicycle Signal in Minneapolis & Minnesota
Located at 5th Street NE & Broadway, this new bicycle signal helps bicyclists on the new 5th Street NE Bike Boulevard cross busy Broadway Street NE.
Views: 2382 Shaun Lopez-Murphy
Learn about Bike Hand Signals | Safe Ride
Learn about the hand signals you can use to commincate with other road-users around you for a safer ride This video is particularly useful for people who cycle in urban areas where there's a lot of traffic. Click this link to get the rest of the videos from this series: https://www.sikana.tv/en/sport/tips-for-safer-cycling This video was created in partnership with Decathlon, Sikana's partner for the Sports Program, as well as Guillaume Guerard, a fully-qualifed 'Moniteur Cycliste' (Cycling Instructor), who provided his expertise on the topic. Visit our website: https://www.sikana.tv/en to discover dozens of free, online video programs on a whole range of essential topics: Health, Food, DIY, Micro-Entrepreneurship, Sport, Living Together and many more… To help us translate the videos: https://factory.sikana.tv/ MELLOWER "Searching My Name" Published by Alter K
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Bike Signals
Darnell of Eastown writes, "A guy on a bicycle in front of my car just made a hand signal that I didn't recognize, and it made no sense to me. How do I find out what it meant?"
Views: 300 Driving Change
Traffic Light Red Stoplight Signals Tip And Saddle Sores Commute Bike Blogger
To make a red traffic light stoplight change green you must position your frame and wheels over the magnetic induction loop in the ground. Usually you can see where the construction crew cut the road where the wire strip was placed. It is usually a rectangle shape. An electrical current is sent through the loop and by placing a metal object over it a flux is created in the magnetic field that changes the current and sends a signal to the traffic light that something is waiting. Position your wheel rim over the point in the cut where the magnetic strip crosses itself. Try to line up your whole bike so it is sitting on the strip. You could also try lying your bicycle on its side for a moment to see if that triggers the light. See the photo on my blog post here http://bikeblogger.com/?p=503 Depending on the sensitivity of the detection device you may have trouble getting a traffic light to change with a carbon bike or carbon wheels. There are magnets you can buy and put on your bike that claim to make the stoplights change, I find that hard to believe though. A metal cleat under a bicycle shoe could theoretically trigger the stoplight but I haven't had to try that. Eventually a car may ride up behind you and should trigger the light. Otherwise depending on local law you can treat the stoplight as a stop sign if it does not change green after a certain amount of time. I have a bump on my backside from too much sliding around on my saddle. I think it is mainly due to my saddle height being too low/high. Wearing cycling shorts with a chamois or butt pad also helps prevents friction with the bicycle seat. And keep those clothes clean! There are also creams you can use if you are having more serious issues from longer rides. 10:00 The car waiting to make a right in the other direction actually probably had a red. Right turn on red is allowed in my area but only after yielding to those who have the right of way, which I had with the left turning green arrow. I forgot this momentarily and decided to continue through the intersection to avoid crossing their path - not out of fear I promise! Call it the early morning daze. :) Thanks for watching! And please subscribe! http://www.bikeblogger.com
Views: 5626 BikeBlogger
5 Must-have Bike Lights for Safety and Security
Stay safe while bicycling on the road in low-lighting conditions with these best bike lights, bike light front and back, helmet lights, turn signals, bike light rechargeable for road bike or mountain bike. 5 Must-have Bike Lights for Safety and Security. Bicycle and Bike light - https://goo.gl/4xqUZ2, Blackburn Front Bike Light - http://amzn.to/2vWzrjj , Blackburn Front Headlight with USB Charger - http://amzn.to/2gvnhIp, Reelight Bicycle Headlight & Tail Light Set - http://amzn.to/2vWA38q , (Affiliate links - see below***) ********************************************* Welcome to ZedIOptimA * Thanks for Watching If You Like my Content Please please * Subscribe my channel :- https://goo.gl/CG0awN * Hit Like * Comment for encourage us * Favorite in your list * Share with your friends and family ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Stay connected to Zedioptima Twitter - https://twitter.com/ZEDIOPTIMAX Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/zedioptimax Blog - http://zedioptima.blogspot.in Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/zedioptima ************************************************ Playlist you may like: Top 5 Drone :- https://goo.gl/eZGp3M Photography Camera Accessories and Gadgets :- https://goo.gl/azMu12 Drone, Quadcopter, RC Plane, UAV :- https://goo.gl/FdwdWh Science and Technology :- https://goo.gl/riOESn Virtual Reality Gadgets and Accessories - https://goo.gl/92JLKQ ************************************************** ---------------------------------------------------------------- ***DISCLAIMER: This video,s description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. it won't cost you extra. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Very much Thank you for the cordial support! -----------------------------------------------------------------
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First Bicycle Signals, Washington, DC
A ride on New Hampshire Avenue, Washington, DC, through the intersection with U Street and 16th Street NW, where special bicycle facilities have been installed.
Views: 2688 John Allen
How to Ride a Bike Safely on the Road
Shift into a Higher Gear with these Assets for Cyclists Turbospoke Bicycle Exhaust System: http://amzn.to/1Fdha4X Raskullz Cat Helmet: http://amzn.to/1gpc6i8 Sunlite Squeeze Horns: http://amzn.to/1NBvjvR Camelbak Men's M.U.L.E. Hydration Pack: http://amzn.to/1Kl9ZUp LED Cycling Flash Taillight: http://amzn.to/1NBxf7j Lightweight Bicycle Mirror: http://amzn.to/1OcXAst Watch more Bike Riding Tips videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/120570-How-to-Ride-a-Bike-Safely-on-the-Road Over a half-million cyclists end up in emergency rooms each year. Lower that number by following some rules on how to stay safe while biking on the road. Step 1: Put on your helmet and glove Put on your helmet and gloves. Always wear them when riding a bike. Step 2: Ride with the flow of traffic Remember always to ride with the flow of traffic, not against it. Step 3: Stay to the right of the lane Stay to the far right of the lane you’re using. You don’t have to ride in the gutter, but cars should be able to pass you on your left. Step 4: Don’t ride on sidewalks Don’t ride on sidewalks. It can surprise pedestrians, and in many places, cycling on the sidewalk is against the law. Tip Unless posted otherwise, cyclists have a legal right to the road, just like any car. However, many drivers don’t know this. Try not to yell back at them. Step 5: Use hand signals for turns and stops Use hand signals to indicate turns and stops. Step 6: Obey the rules of the road Obey all traffic signs, signals, and laws just like any car would. Step 7: Stop completely at red lights and stop signs At stop signs and red lights, come to a complete stop so that you have to put your foot on the ground to keep you upright. Step 8: Choose routes that feature bike lanes Choose routes that feature dedicated bike lanes. Step 9: Wear bright clothing and sunglasses Wear bright clothing to stand out and sunglasses to protect your eyes from bugs, debris and the sun. Step 10: Keep your tires inflated Keep your tires properly inflated. An inflated tire is less likely to go flat. And a flat tire can ruin your day. Step 11: Use lights when riding at night If you’re riding at night, mount a light on the back of your bike and a headlight on your handlebars. Did You Know? Thirty-six states, plus the District of Columbia, have mandatory helmet laws.
Views: 76816 Howcast
Bike Traffic Signals
The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) recently installed Washington, DC's first traffic signals for bicycles at the intersection of 16th Street, U Street and New Hampshire Avenue, NW. The safety improvements also include contraflow bike lanes on New Hampshire Avenue and "bike boxes" for cyclists on 16th Street as part of this experimental project approved by the Federal Highway Administration. This video explains how the intersection works and how cyclists can activate the signals. For more information visit http://ddot.dc.gov
Views: 4869 DDOTVideos
MAGPIE Wireless Bike Light Set-Headlight, Turn Signal, Braking Light, Warning Signal
MAGPIE (FIRST Components' another brand) Wireless Turn Signal Lightset not only brings you the absolute safety but the joyful amazement. Enjoy it with us now!
Views: 73135 firstcomponents
Bicycle traffic signals NSW
Ever wanted to know how to get the most out of your wait at the stop sign? This video takes a look at the technology used on the NSW cycle network and shows how you can best position your bicycle to get those lights changing quickly. For more information please head to bicycleinfo.nsw.gov.au
Views: 4485 NSWBicycleinfo
Rechargeable Bicycle Wireless Remote Control Rear Light with Turn Signal and Laser Light
- Waterproof Rechargeable Cycling Remote Control Tail Light with Turning Signal and Laser Light. - Two yellow LED indicate the left and right. - Smart Detection for Riding Status - 70% Bright and Flashing During Riding, 100% Bright When Braking or Slow Down. - Build-in Smart Sensor , Automatically Turn ON and OFF in Night and Daytime. - Two Laser Light for Identifying Riding Zone. - Battery: 2200mAH. Rechargeable and Removable - Brightness: 80lm - Waterproof Level: IPX4 More info, visit http://ebay.ibike360.com
Views: 80389 uBike
Belladeal Super Bright Bicycle Tail Light
Unboxing the Belladeal Super Bright Bicycle Tail Light. A closeup look and test of the remote control indicator rear light. Super Bright Bicycle Tail light Waterproof USB Rechargeable Bike Rear Light Cycling LED Turn Signal Warning Light with Wireless Remote Fits All Bikes https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01DNSFL1I/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=6738&creativeASIN=B01DNSFL1I&linkCode=as2&tag=sutatsunbox-21 #Unboxing #BicycleLight #ASMR
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Wireless Remote Laser Bicycle Rear Tail Light Bike Turn Signals Safety Warning Light Review
http://amzn.to/2ap1GQu - Click here to order and read other reviews. -RECHARGEABLE:Built-in Li-ion battery that can be recharged by USB,3.7V 650mAh can work up to 10 hours continuously after one time charge. -WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL:2.4GHz wireless remote control,control the warning lights,laser line,turn left/right light as you like.You can install it on your bike front,such as the handlebar,particularly convenient and simple to operate. -2 RED LASER:A highly-visible laser lane subconsciously avoided by other road users as well as having a bright flashing light drawing maximum attention to your presence and position.You can choose flash or continue light. -8 MULTI-SIGNALS LED DISPLAY:There are 64 super brightness LED lamp bead,9 multi-signals personalized creative LED display like left/right/up arrow,windmill,diamond,etc.Cool at the same time more to ensure your safety. -WATERPROOF:With IP55 waterproof design,anti-rain(Note:Do not put it in the water!),no need to worry about the rainy day.Super ideal for outdoor activities,such as biking/hiking.
Views: 28934 SidScheckMarketing
Luna Cycle Milan X5 Wireless Ebike Laser Rear Light
You can find the product here: http://lunacycle.com/extras/lights/x5-rear-light-w-laser/ This is one of our favorite rear lights because it is wireless.... no wires whatsoever which will reduce wiring clutter which is one of our least favorite parts about ebikes...the wiring mess. WEBSITE LINK: https://lunacycle.com FACEBOOK LINK: https://www.facebook.com/lunacycle/ FACEBOOK GROUP LINK: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fastebike/
Views: 312194 Luna Cycles
Bicycle Traffic Signals
Learn how to properly use the new bicycle traffic lights and how they have made travelling in the City of Hamilton clearer and safer for all road users.
Views: 7328 City of Hamilton
Bike Shorts: Using proper hand signals
The City of Iowa City is producing a series of short videos, or video shorts, that will focus on bicycle education and safety. The series called "Bike Shorts" is a follow-up to the Bicycle Master Plan. Each video will run 30 to 60 seconds, and are meant for sharing with your friends, family and co-workers online through Facebook and Twitter using #ICBikeShorts. This episode shows you how to use and understand the proper hand signals. Find more videos at icgov.org/bikeshorts
Blinkers: The ultimate bike light (Indiegogo 2017)
Blinkers available on Indiegogo! Blinkers is the ultimate bike light that incorporates everything cyclists need to be visible, understood and respected on the road: Turn Signals, Brake Light, Smart Position Lights and Laser Perimeter. More info at www.blinkers.io
Views: 13922 Velohub Blinkers
Signaling While Cycling - Road ID Rules of the Road
It's important to alert other cyclists and cars of your intentions while riding your bike. Here's some important tips on how to signal while cycling.
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speaRoad - ped - World's first smart bike pedal with turn signals
Ready to change mindset? Let's take a ride improving safety on the road with speaRoad - ped: the world's first smart bike pedal with integrated turnsignals. The speaRoad website - https://www.spearoad.com/ Subscribe to speaRoad - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJJffuOIhxQLMws_x-nmW8Q Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/speaRoad/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/spearoad/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/speaRoad/
Views: 833 speaRoad
How to Use Bicycle Hand Signals: Gage Duke, Just Cuz Helmets Matter
Practicing proper bike safety can save your life, yet many of us forget or neglect to use bike signals. Watch to learn some bike signal tips from Gage. Check out the rest of our videos with Gage for more bike safety tips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnlSDetos3k&list=PLeRZ97ikSOU2of4d5J0tYLlaYVcJ8eW_P 12-year-old Texas native Gage Duke turned tragedy into triumph, using lessons he learned to start Just Cuz Helmets Matter, a non-profit organization that provides bike safety education and bicycle helmets to those who can't afford them. Let's help Gage make cycling safer and save lives! http://www.justcuzhelmetsmatter.org/home.html http://www.schwinnbikes.com/usa/
Views: 284 Schwinn Bicycles
Meilan X5 Smart Bike Tail Light Unboxing Review by Slick
Description [Riding on safety is not only for you, but also let your family more comfortable]  Features:  Model: Meilan X5  Color: Black  Material: PC+ABS  Laser Distance: 5m  Unit Size: 110*45*30mm  Packing Size: 140*70*120mm  Lamp beads: Taiwan Imported  Battery:18650 Battery 2200mAh  Luminance: 85Lm  Package Includes:  1*Rear light  1*Remoter  1*Light holder  1*USB cord  1*Rubber fender  1*User Manual  1*Rubber band  Tips:  * Meilan X5 need to be charged monthly for long term service.  * Please pull out the transparent membrane on the battery storehouse  Product Review:  "I am blown away by this. love love love this light thanks so much."       by Think Fish  "I bike in our development, and given that there are sometimes distracted car drivers, I am very keen on high visibility while biking. This LED tail light seemed to fit the bill with good battery charge and functionality with a turn signal. High visibility and laser on the ground as a plus. I took this for a spin and seemed to work very well. Pros: High visibility, turn signal, good battery charge, easy to charge with usb even with a computer Cons: Hard to find the on/off button but on the right side (press for about 10 seconds continuously to turn off)"      by Erica Wu  Meilan Smart Bike Tail Light X5 USB Rechargeable with Wireless Remote Turn signals Laser Beams for Moutain Bike,BMX Bike,Road Bicycle and Hybrid Bike 85 Lumens https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00X4E496K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_mTU9zbX5ZXM8S
Views: 9979 CuttySlick
Bicycle-Specific Traffic Signals
Operational Guidance for Bicycle-Specific Traffic Signals: http://trec.pdx.edu/research/project/500/Operational_Guidance_for_Bicycle-Specific_Traffic_Signals.
Views: 571 TREC at PSU
Meilan X5 Bike Light unbox & install; Wireless Turn Signals + Laser Beams
Always use bright bike lights while riding at night! Find it on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2AT2Emo The Meilan X5 bike light has wireless turn signals + laser beams to help motorists respect your personal space. Overall this light is very bright and looks pretty cool. IPX4 water resistant. It uses a micro usb rechargeable 18650 battery which lasted 4 hrs with the constant light on. It's supposed to last up to 8 hrs on flash mode so I'll need to do more testing on that. You'll most likely need to use the included usb cable because it requires a longer micro usb male connector than most others (this seems to be a trend for Chinese designed bike lights?). It comes with a saddle mount and seat tube mount. The saddle mount was a perfect fit for the open space on my Blackburn Deluxe rear rack. You can find the Blackburn rack here: http://amzn.to/2j7cINh Music Credits: Tough Love by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Music provided by Music for Creators https://youtu.be/uyoTyxYFVkY Husky by Joey Pecoraro https://soundcloud.com/joeypecoraro Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Music for Creators https://youtu.be/81qJK4aqIFA Just One Last Dream, Please by jimmysquare https://soundcloud.com/jimmysquare Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Music for Creators https://youtu.be/1bipK5lJhqw
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Bike headlight taillight brake light 8 tune horn combo review
Today i review my new headlight
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Bangalore Roads - 3 | Hand Signal Driver | Difficulty crossing road on a bike | Giving way to others
Welcome to the series Bangalore Roads where I try to show the unique moments that i encounter daily on my bike.It might not be something new to Indians but it is different for the rest of the world. What do you think about this video? Do share your opinion in the comments section. #1 - https://youtu.be/MulJsi8KvqA #2 - https://youtu.be/EQOgnFFjFPE #3 - https://youtu.be/0P0pbiMZoA4 ►India To Europe Trip 2016 All Videos In One Playlist - https://goo.gl/TtFt0Z 1. Oman Air - Bengaluru To Muscat - https://youtu.be/3o0GQArEjYQ 2. Oman Air - Muscat To London - https://youtu.be/KTsJCmbNpu8 3. London City Tour - https://youtu.be/RmnMm_ETe60 4. Specials#1 Rain+Road+Timelapse London - https://youtu.be/yd8bePAhZvw 5. London To Paris| P&O Ferry| Camponile Hotel | UK To France - https://youtu.be/N8JpRLXzY9I 6. Specials#2 - Tour Manager Angry + Driving a Bus In Paris - https://youtu.be/lO2vjnPpjqE 7. Paris City Tour On a Cruise + Eiffel Tower illumination| - https://youtu.be/mk8Mhz16tm8 8. Paris City Tour + Disneyland + Bastille Day Celebration - https://youtu.be/Jo67FkBq88k 9. Paris To Geneva To Les Diablerets | France To Switzeralnd - https://youtu.be/H3hx9rWaodc Check Out My Other Videos From India & SUBSCRIBE! 4K! Indian Railways With Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge---https://youtu.be/gZsD-BNYHvE 4K! Namma Metro Ride | Church Street | Lunch | VLOG with Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge---https://youtu.be/4g_1gzo3sfc 4K! Kempegowda International Airport With Galaxy S7 Edge---https://youtu.be/AuOsUx5PQfg KSRTC FlyBus Departing From Bengaluru Airport(S7 Edge)---https://youtu.be/CwuW0gBMIC0 ►INDIGO 6E 261 - Hyderabad to Bengaluru Flight Travel Report Part 1 : https://youtu.be/oiLdnyn_QAo Part 2 : https://youtu.be/67tfQ6a2qvQ Part 3 :https://youtu.be/l-Ej_qmSgjs ――――――――――――――――――――――――――――― ――――――――――――――――――――――――――――― ►Check Out My Yelagiri Trip Videos Too -- Bengaluru To Yelagiri - https://youtu.be/xw1FgN-H1sI Yelagiri Hills at Night - https://youtu.be/Rh41dAhsixQ Places To Visit in Yelagiri - https://youtu.be/hTVI-IRzwT4 Onila Resort - https://youtu.be/wRMgl-SuuWY Driving Down Yelagiri Hills to Bengaluru - https://youtu.be/HStZaR8X0AU ――――――――――――――――――――――――――――― ――――――――――――――――――――――――――――― ►Bangalore To Kodaikanal |Tamil Nadu| India Road Trip Video :https://goo.gl/Fs6D3K Places To Visit In Kodaikanal ---- Silent Vallley :https://goo.gl/6wTzLb Berijam Lake :https://goo.gl/EN09Tw Coaker's Walk:https://goo.gl/D3xueU Kodai Resort Hotel:https://goo.gl/nP9yvG Kodaikanal Lake:https://goo.gl/sj9uJB Bryant Park:https://goo.gl/QIsYQh Kodaikanal-Bengaluru: https://goo.gl/mQ37BU Road Trip ――――――――――――――――――――――――――――― ――――――――――――――――――――――――――――― ►Indian Railways Train Journey(With Report) - Yesvantpur Express Bengaluru to Hyderabad Part 1 - https://youtu.be/7U_NoP7iHM8 Part 2 - https://youtu.be/eUO3ewRl2Mk Part 3 - https://youtu.be/9vbNRW0VZF8 Part 4 -https://youtu.be/vAk7ZVL7y0Q ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Connect With Me :- DinRaat With Rishabh Chatterjee ➲➽Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/dinraatwithrc ➲➽Twitter - @rcmediahouse - https://twitter.com/RCMediaHouse ➲➽Instagram - @rcmediahouse - https://www.instagram.com/rcmediahouse ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ I hope you enjoy this video and if you do then please click on the like button and share the video with your friends too . Don't Forget to SUBSCRIBE to see more such videos. Thank you for watching . Copy these links and bookmark them in your browser, it costs you nothing but it shows support for the channel - Amazon(India) -http://bit.ly/AmazonByRishabh Flipkart -http://bit.ly/FlipkartByRishabh Snapdeal -http://bit.ly/SnapdealByRishabh Please buy online from the above links as it does help out the channel. For Business Enquiries Contact: [email protected] SUBSCRIBE :http://bit.ly/SUBSCRIBERC Camera : Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge - http://amzn.to/2bedK9f SJ CAM SJ4000 WiFi - http://amzn.to/2aJ9JsK Flipkart Links - Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge - http://fkrt.it/0s!lWNNNNN SJ CAM SJ4000 WiFi - http://fkrt.it/Q4GdTNNNNN © Rishabh Chatterjee Films 2016 All Rights Reserved
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On the Road - Wireless Bike Turn Signal Tail Light
http://www.gd-innolife.com . Rechargeable li-ion battery installed along with Adapter. Easy Control - Keep both hands on the handlebars Wireless - let you use and install easily Prompt and accurate reaction with no delay Turn Signal self cancel after 30 seconds Turn Signal will auto bring on the middle 3 red LED when the middle LED is off in daytime, it will be easy to identify the Right or Left turn Super bright LED lighting - Visible in daytime Excellent design with high quality Compact Size. Lightweight Easy to detach and carry - control panel and rear light clip together Flashing and Steady modes for 3 red middle LEDs as tail lamp use Flashing mode will be auto change to Steady mode while the turn signal is on to get people attention for the turn signal lighting Water Resistant 5 super bright LED lights - 3 red LED's rear light, 1 orange LED's left signal and 1 orange LED's right signal Up 16 hours in continuous usage - 14.5 hours in GREEN light status and the rest of 1.5 hours in RED light status Low battery indicator warning light In-Charge indicator #Size : Control Panel : 75 (L)x40(W)x20(H) mm LED Rear Light : 115(L)x58(W)x35(H) mm #Weight : Control Panel : 50g (With Li-Battery) LED Rear Light : 91g (With Li-Battery)
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New Bike Signal and Bike Box
The City of Kansas City, Missouri Public Works and BikeKC announced new traffic signals and street markings that will enhance biking for cyclists. The City is working to add bike lanes and improve bike facilities city-wide.
Tutorial on Installation of Bicycle Tire Spoke LED Light Bike Wheel Led Signal Light - TVC Mall
Get this awesome 128-LED Bike Wheel Light: https://www.tvc-mall.com/details/diy-programmable-cartoon-style-ipx6-colorful-128-led-bike-cycling-wheel-light-eu-plug-sku85000173a.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=85000174 More colorful bicycle lights: https://www.tvc-mall.com/c/bicycle-lights-c120238/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=85000174 In this video Nico demontrated how to DIY install the bicycle tire spoke led light and how gorgeous it looks on your bike. FEATURES ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 128 pcs RGB full color LEDs, double-sided display With 18 stunning patterns Supports PC programmable & DIY customize pattern PC Programmable: support windows XP and windows7 operating system IPX6 waterproof design can be used in rainy days Even at a low speed of 15km/h, it can show full graphics With rechargeable 18650 battery, can last up to 15 hours Applicable for 26-inch wheels and above ( inside diameter of wheel is above 505mm) Easy installation Note: There are 4 plugs for your choices. We provide the US plug and EU plug power adapters only, while the UK plug and AU plug are US plug power adapater + the corresponding connector.
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