Riding a bicycle at night requires extra caution. For safety, it is recommended that a headlight be used to illuminate the path in front of you. Spoke mounted reflectors and reflective sidewalls are often used to make the sides of the bicycle visible to traffic. This instructable gives a modern twist to bicycle reflectors in which an LED charges a strip of photoluminescent plastic taped to your sidewall. Your wheel will immediately be visible at night. The glow comes from a Crayola Glow Station and Gorilla tape is used as the adhesive to hold everything on your bike.
Step 1: Step 1. Gather the Materials and Tools
-Crayola Glow Station Light Wand
-3 AAA batteries
-Crayola Glow Station Light Canvas
-Gorilla Tape 1.88” wide