IN ROAD TRAFFIC WITH
A BIKE BLINKER
SO THIS WON’T HAPPEN TO YOU!
Why are cars, motorcycles, and trucks equipped with a blinker
but not a bike?
Cars, motorcycles and trucks signal a change in direction with a blinker. On a bike, a change in direction is indicated with an outstretched arm or hand. In twilight, your arm or hand is not as easily visible for other road users than a blinker. A bike blinker significantly increases your visibility. Series 1, launched in 2012, has already won several awards! With the new Series 2, we made our bike blinker even better! Two times brighter, and therefore easily visible day and night, and with a new design, we created a modern grip.
By pressing softly with your thumb, the blinker is activated for 15 seconds.
Pressing the blinker with your thumb activates the signal for 15 seconds. Batteries last up to 12 months and are easily replaceable. Blinker grips can be installed on any bike with a straight handlebar. Our Series 2 blinker grips are mounted with a screw and do not need to be removed when parking your bike for protection against theft.
Based on their ruggedness, rainwater resistance, long battery life, and increased visibility, BlinkerGrips are the perfect companion for bikers in daily road traffic. Thanks to very bright LED technology, these bike blinkers increase your visibility in any light condition when biking.
1, 2, GO
That’s how easy it is to install BlinkerGrips!
BlinkerGrips increase your visibility in road traffic, but they do not provide 100% protection against accidents and are no guarantee that other road users see you. We recommend that you continue to signal your change in direction or turn with your arms/hands and ride carefully in road traffic. Observe all local traffic regulations of the country you are biking in.