The Blaze Laserlight’s combination of white LED and green laser projection makes you more visible than standard LED lights. Designed to reduce the risk of side sweeps, it alerts drivers to your presence, by projecting the symbol of a bike 5-6m ahead.
The moving green bike signals that there is a bike approaching, preventing pedestrians from stepping out on the rider’s path and providing early warning to drivers exiting side roads.
Why a Laserlight?
Four out of five cycling incidents happen when drivers manoeuvre into the rider’s path, often times involving a rider caught in the vehicle's’ blind spot and a distracted or unsighted driver turning left.
In 2015, tests by the Transport Research Laboratory found the Laserlight to reduce the blind spot area of a London bus by 24%, with similar results for other vehicles. Following the findings, the technology is being rolled out across Santander Cycles in London.
What’s it like to cycle with a Blaze Laserlight?
See what these riders have to say.
Terms & conditions
Closing date for entries is Sunday 23rd October 2016. Entries after midnight on 23/10/16 will not be accepted. The winners will be drawn at random after the closing date. Prizes will then be allocated at random. The winners will be notified by email. Entrants email addresses will be shared with Blaze for marketing purposes, you will be able to opt out of any future marketing from Blaze should you wish. Cyclescheme reserves the right to amend the rules of this competition at any time.
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