RIDER SAFETY THROUGH VISIBILITY

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SABRE 35
Powerful 35 Lumen
16x LED Tail Light

• Aero design sits directly behind seat post
• Easy on and off seat post strap mount with quick release tab
• USB Rechargeable
• Daylight Safety Flash Mode
• Built-in amber side lighting
• Mode memory (Auto return to last operating mode)

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LIGHT UP THE NIGHT
Most states require you to ride with a front light at night. A model with 100 lumens (a measure of brightness) should work for most situations. Look for one that also has a strobe function – the flashing light make you more visible to cars.
In addition to a front light, you’ll want at least one rear-facing red blinky light so you’re visible to drivers behind you. Most mount easily to your seatpost and some are rechargeable via a USB port, which eliminates batteries.
-Cross, Kim. (2014, October). KNOW HOW/ Beginner’s Guide. Bicycling Magazine, Page 26.

GET A REAR LIGHT.
“Make sure you’re seen day or night by installing a bright blinking tail light”

Andy Clarke, League of American Cyclists (2014, September). Safer Streets? Yes, Please!. Bicycle Magazine, Page 30

There are some easy precautions that might just save your life. Blinking lights on the front and rear of your bike are small, virtually weightless, and visible day or night.
Carmichael, Chris (2015, April). Train Right Now. Road Bike Action Magazine, Page 20.

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