Blinkers Reinventing Bike Lights

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Why Blinkers?

The future of mobility is autonomous driving and V2V communication. And in this age of technology, where are the advances that should be making bicycles safer?

Cyclists are the most vulnerable road users: two wheels to balance, no chassis to protect us and no devices to communicate with other vehicles.

As cyclists, we find ourselves in many risky situations while riding in the city: other vehicles don’t respect our space, or don’t understand our intentions, and we feel it’s unfair that we are not seen as a natural part of the road.

We want to improve safety on bikes, by building the next generation of bike lights.

It’s not about making them more powerful, but about adding a comprehensive set of safety functionalities, including smart lights, turning indicators, a brake light and a laser safety perimeter.

With these features, cyclists are more respected, more visible and more predictable.

Front & Rear Blinker
Rear Blinker
More respected
More visible
More predictable
1
100 lm head light
2
30 lm rear light
3
Front & Rear turning indicators
4
Laser safety lane (Optional)
5
100lm rear brake light
6
Wireless control pad
1
30 lm rear light
2
Rear turning indicators
3
Laser safety lane (Optional)
4
100lm rear brake light
5
Wireless control pad

Testimonials

“Blinkers is a great idea. The hand system is completely outdated. Cyclists need more things like this.”
Beat Zehnder
Manager of Sauber Formula 1 Team
“Technology needs to be used to empower cycling. If cyclists need to go together with cars, they need to have the same tools to show their intentions.”
Aurélien
Cyclist from Paris
“As a bike courier, going fast is really important to me, so I cycle on the road together with cars, and I really feel unprotected! Blinkers provides me the possibility of joining the road in a safe way.”
Phil
Bike courier from Zürich

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