DIY Bike-light System

Introduction: DIY Bike-light System

About: We're just a couple of guys who decided to combine our nerd powers for the purposes of showing people how to make awesome stuff.
Equipment used:
Soldering iron and solder
Hot glue-gun and glue


Parts you'll need:
Thin cardboard, or poster-board
5 super bright white LEDs 
5 super bright red LEDs (or standard LEDs if you don't have cheap/free acess to super brights. I scavennged all of my parts except the resistors)
2 220Ohm resistors
1 9 volt battery
something to mount it into like a toy-egg like I'm using


Optional: 
Aluminum foil tape

see video for assembly instructions.

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-Unseen Legions DIY

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    2 Discussions

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    Phil B
    Phil B

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you. This is very practical and helpful. It would be great if you could include a photo to show how much the headlight portion illuminates the roadway ahead of the bicycle at night. I know it will not be tremendously bright, but still, a photo would give an idea of how well a cyclist can see where he is going.

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    UnseenLegionsDIY
    UnseenLegionsDIY

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    I'll see what I can do about that in the near future. Just need to borrow my roommate's camera. All I've got is my 2 webcams which are, obviously, not that great of quality.

    -Ace From UL DIY