Thursday, November 15, 2012

It's a Bike Light!







Go on world, you know you want one. pedalbrite.com  This post brought to you by the thought that more gigantic light-up flowers on more bikes would make the world a better place.


14 comments:

  1. Love it!! Thanks for posting this--gonna check it out and see about one for my bike.

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    1. You're welcome! Had to post pretty lights made in Scottsdale!

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  2. So cool! I guess we'll finally find out if motorists slow for floating flowers?

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  3. You caught me in a very grouchy moment. I wrote a grouchy comment and then decided to post this instead. That way I get to share my bad vibes without being particularly mean to anybody. Thanks, JRA! I feel better already!

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    1. Thank you for not being too grouchy, although you are RANTWICK, and I'm here for you, man. If 10,000 people saw these on the bikes while feeling grouchy, and caught themselves...that's flower power, baby.

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    1. No reason I could think of...maybe an allergy to happiness?

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  5. While I can't see myself using one, I like it all the same.

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    1. Steve would it change your mind if I upgraded one to "retina-searing" brightness?

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  6. Hi John Romeo Alpha, Lynn from Pedal Brite here, thanks so much for blogging about my flower headlights for bicycles. I am so excited that people are enjoying these as much as I do!!! Did we meet when you were at the market?

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    1. Hello Lynn PedalBrite! I said "hey" as I walked past the booth and grabbed a couple of pix. There were some potential customers checking out the PedalBrites, and I didn't want to distract them. Good luck with your product!

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  7. Well thank you! And thanks for Liking me on facebook! Your blog comment is just so delightful! I am at the Market every Sunday, please say hi if you're ever back again.

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