When This Bike Is Approched By A Driver, What Should The Driver See?

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Beneath the orange safety flag is the flashing LED light

This is a side, as opposed to rear shot. The flashing LED is observable from the rear.

Remember the Busch&Müller DIWA (Distance Warning) Plus Light senses when the bike slows down. When riding at night with lights on, the taillight will glow brighter. In the daytime, with the lights off, the taillight will come on just as a car’s brake lights would.

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Author: jalexartis

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