- 3M black reflective vinyl
I’ve got it on my seatstays and cranks and in patches on my rims.
I’ve not seen it from a following car, but in hallway tests it doesn’t seem to be anywhere near as bright as the stuff you get on reflectey vests, and the effective angle seems to be a lot tighter as well.
Might be just as good at getting you noticed by a following car though, certainly better than nothing.
I’m quite glad I didn’t put it on just to try out though, I really don’t fancy trying to get it off!Posted 4 years agolightmanMember
Ive covered most of my bikes in colour matching reflective tape, using this sort of stuff.
All these reflective strips aren’t really visible without any light shinning on them ~
I have recently been putting spoke reflectors on all my bikes, they really are visible and eye catching.
[video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5xC7PI3dyI[/video]Posted 4 years agosatchm00Member
If you commute on your bike you haven’t got much choice in the matter?
I see lots of people on there bikes, some well prepared like the above… others just waiting to be a statistic. Roads near me aren’t too bad so I get why people choose to ride. I wouldn’t ride/commute in Birmingham though, crazy enough in day light.Posted 4 years ago
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