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News / Worldwide Covid-19 Virus Outbreak
« Last post by Fluke on March 20, 2020, 08:09:25 AM »
During these hard times, continuing business and our daily lives as normal is increasingly difficult.

BikeVis are open for business as usual and apart from slightly slower delivery times from the postal services we are unaffected.

We wish everyone the best moving forward and hope you and your loved ones stay well and safe.


Dan Bailey BikeVis Owner
BikeVis Gallery / Yamaha Tracer 900GT
« Last post by Fluke on March 19, 2020, 05:04:01 AM »
This Yamaha Tracer 900GT has our award winning Bullet running lights fitted (in blue light). They are also available in White, Red & Amber.

BikeVis Gallery / Honda Deauville 650
« Last post by Fluke on March 19, 2020, 04:50:26 AM »
Graham kindly sent us this photo of his 99 Honda Deauville 650 fitted with our popular Bullet running lights. Many thanks for taking the time.

BikeVis Gallery / Aprilia Falco SL1000
« Last post by Fluke on November 24, 2019, 05:29:41 PM »
Marcus emailed us this photo of his Aprilia Falco SL1000 fitted with our award winning Bullet running lights. Many thanks.

General Lighting Chat / Re: Light modulation regulations
« Last post by Fluke on October 27, 2019, 05:26:07 PM »
Hi Dave

Sorry about the delay in reply.

The laws around the world differ greatly and are often extremely vague.

Our PodMod unit produces a 'flicker' and as such is unobtrusive on such a low powered light. Modulation on more powerful lights would be a bad idea on the road as would cause distraction to other motorists.

General Lighting Chat / Light modulation regulations
« Last post by Naked Dave on October 16, 2019, 08:41:24 PM »
Hi from NZ,

I recently purchased four bullet LED lights for use on my bike. I also purchased the modulator as I thought that was a great idea about how to increase visibility.

However, when I asked the local bike shop to install them they said they couldn't install the modulator as NZ regulations prohibit the use of any sort of 'flashing' light (see 2.1A(2) below.

Is there anything of this sort in Britain?

There are also rules (I have checked now!) that say you can have up to four driving lights but they can't be on at the same time as your headlight. Even though the rules also say you have to have your headlight on at all times.

Flashing lights are out, unless they flash as part of an anti-theft alarm:
[/size]2.1A(2) The light emitted from a lamp must be steady unless otherwise specified in this Rule or any other enactment.2.1A(3) The light emitted from a flashing lamp required or permitted under this Rule must flash at a fixed frequency.2.1A(4) If the lighting equipment that is fitted to a motor vehicle is activated by an anti-theft car alarm, 2.1A(2) and 2.1A(3) do not apply.”[/color]
BikeVis Gallery / Harley Davidson Trike
« Last post by Fluke on August 10, 2019, 10:51:19 AM »
John shared this photo of his Harley Davidson Sportster 1200 Trike fitted with our ever popular Cree v3 running lights. The lights serve as daytime running, low beam suppliment and give great width to the machine when in traffic.

BikeVis Gallery / Honda CBR600F
« Last post by Fluke on July 05, 2019, 05:47:14 AM »
Nick shared this photo of his Honda CBR600F fitted with our tiny Bullet running lights tucked up under the nose for a very tidy installation. Many thanks

BikeVis Gallery / BMW R1200GS
« Last post by Fluke on June 16, 2019, 05:46:08 PM »
Koos sent us this photo of his 2007 BMW R1200GS fitted with our award winning BikeVis Bullet lights out wide on the hand guards for added width. Many thanks.

BikeVis Gallery / BMW F650CS
« Last post by Fluke on June 02, 2019, 03:47:29 PM »
Bill sent us this photo of his BMW F800CS fitted with our Cree v3 Running Lights. Many thanks

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