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Monkeylectric Monkey Lights Make Bike Wheels Fly Through the Night in a Splash of Color

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Here’s a great way to pimp out your bicycle without having to give it a metallic banana seat or stuffing those sparkly pom-pom things into your handlebars.

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MonkeyLectric’s Monkey Lights snap onto the spokes of your bicycle and provide an amazing, colorful light show as you pedal through the streets at night.

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You’ll have no problem being seen in the dark with a couple of these strapped to your wheels. Although you might end up causing an accident as drivers are mesmerized by the trippy kaleidoscopic patterns.

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Each MonkeyLight is a self-contained circuit with 32 super-bright full color LEDs, and comes pre-programmed with thousands of dazzling lighting effects and patterns. Plus, MonkeyLectric offers a full schematic and instructions for installing your own applications, in case you want to hack in your own designs.

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Just tie-wrap a Monkey Light board to each of your bike’s wheels, pop in 3 AA batteries, choose your lighting patterns, and watch it go as your wheels turn. The faster your tires spin, the cooler the effect.

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You can grab the Monkey Lights for $64.99 (USD) per wheel over at the MonkeyLectric store.





Comments (6):

  1. A great idea for the night transit.

  2. Callisto says:

    These make me wish I had a bicycle. They’re a great way to not get hit by cars in small towns without a lot of street lights. Though, they also seem like a nice way to get your bike stolen…

  3. JJ says:

    I also find a similar product which can program own patterns, seems quit easy. http://tw.youtube.com/watch?v=PIzecUgBWU0

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