The Bike Dock is constructed from ABS plastic and hooks up to the bicycle’s dynamo using a USB socket in the back of the light. It can even be plugged into a home computer and be programmed via web-based software.
FREEBIE! Incorporate writing into science class with this Water Cycle: My Life as a Drip activity. Students are asked to create a story detailing the drip's journey through the water cycle. Download at: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Water-Cycle-My-Life-as-a-Drip-Science-and-Writing-FREEBIE-1565949
We keep looking for new avenues to express our “emoticons” in the real-world and the Bike Light is one such way. Milled out from one solid piece of aluminum, it encloses an 8×8 LED dot matrix light setup. You can download personalized graphics, animations or phrases to use as the rear light. Why? So that you can let strangers on the road know that you are sad, happy or flirty!