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  1. Hi Guys, i cycle alot at night so i got myself some custom cut reflective vinyl, so if you are in the pta east area you welcome to grab a strip or want to add some visibility if you also cycle alot in the dark. Im just using a few peaces so rest is for first come first serve. They reflect like those reflective stickers on police cars and are silver/white in color ( VINYL ) .pdf file is attached i got it done at www.tali.co.za if you want to order your own sheet. Will post photos in use tonight... PS: If you are all about no stickers and the look of your bike "cheers on you" but as dark as it gets i dont mind adding a little visibility, I work in Brooklyn area... The little bike riders come with application tape so easy to stick to car. im only using one that says stay wider... other 3 can go tali_stickers_HSC_4.pdf
  2. Just an observation I've made, there aren't too many people who cycle early morning or evenings wearing reflective jackets or other items of visibility other than their front and rear lights. Firstly, is there a reason for this? Also, given that the largest part of a cyclist on a bike is the actual cyclist, would it not make sense for the cyclist to be most visible? The reason I ask is I am fairly new to cycling and wanted to understand if items like the two jackets below with LED's are considered taboo? or not practical for some reason? or just not readily available? With Winter fast approaching and most of my cycling to occur during darker periods I am hoping to understand what options are available to me or recommended to ensure I remain safe on the road. Not sure if I'm alone here or if others share the same thoughts or interests in items like the below?
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