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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 ...
Tools -Scissors -Hacksaw Materials -Crayola Glow Station Light Wand -3 AAA batteries -Crayola Glow Station Light Canvas -Gorilla Tape 1.88” wide
I’m using a mountain bike with 26 x 1.5” tires. I chose the 1.8” wide Gorilla Tape. For this setup, I cut rectangles that measured 0.25” x 1.88”. ...
Take a small strip of Gorilla tape and fold it over itself so that the adhesive side is out. This will be used to stick the Glow Station ...
Position the rectangles from step 3 close to the rim but be careful not to actually touch the rim or your brake pads may hit the plastic.. The ...
The Glow Station Light Wand will be used to illuminate our Glow Station Light Canvas rectangles on each revolution. Carefully take a hacksaw and cut into the top ...
Attach the Glow Station Light Wand to your frame with two 5” strips of Gorilla Tape. Position the LED so that it can shine directly on the Glow ...
I debuted my glowing bicycle wheel at 47th annual St. Louis Moonlight Ramble. You may have seen me on the 19 mile course. Stay tuned for more bicycle ...
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