in this simple Instructable, I will show you how to make your own USB powered frontal lighting system for your bicycle,thus eliminating the use of non-rechargeable batteries, and saving yourself around 80€ by not purchasing a factory-made one.

Step 1: Components List

Step 2: Tools List

- Cable cutter.

- Cable stripper.

- Cutter.

- Flat Screwdriver.

- Multi-meter.

- A vice.

- A drill.

- 8mm drill bit (wood).

- Soldering station.

- Protective headphones.

- Protective glasses.

Step 3: Cut and Strip the USB Cable

Step 4: Test USB Cable Polarity, and the Power Supply Output.

Step 5: Open Up the LED Lamps and Remove Unused Battery Connections

Step 6: Drill Holes for the Power Cables.

Step 7: Cut the Power Cables to the Right Length, and Solder Them Onto the Battery Inputs in the Lamps, RED on Positive, BLACK on Negative.

Step 8: TEST System Performance Before Assembly..

Step 9: Solder the Connections to the USB Cable, and Assemble the System.

Step 10: Mount on Your Bike, Strap the Battery Pack, and Adjust the Focus!

that is my Chopper by the way :D,with a DYI double battery pack. Very proud to have it.

Step 11: Last Step : Vote for Me in the Tech Contest :D (the Cup Icon in Top Right Corner on Your Phone).Thanks

oops, <br>You Got my Vote!<br> &quot;thumbs&quot;
The light project &quot;PRICELE$$&quot;! I live central in the city of Stockton CA. My city is ticketly &quot;&quot;very&quot;&quot; serious about lights on bikes after dark. I have given more flashlights to my group of bicycling associates than I ever owned. lol<br> This definitely has a trade/street value for parts &amp; accessories.<br>TY<br>Raul
what the hell is on that bike it looks awesome
it s a double battery pack that i made for it because i do long distance everyday (the blue ones are the original 10AH, the black one is 18AH).
I love it
I have that bike but stock

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