Jogalite Cyclist's Safety Triangle

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Visibility is very important. This safety triangle help you to be seen by motorists, and features the Adventure Cycling Association logo.

Weight: 1.7oz

Size: 10"x10"x10"


Average rating: based on 26 reviews.

I want to be seen


Reviewed By: A customer from Laguna Hills, CA USA on 12/25/06

This is a easy safety device allowing motorist to see you. I have this on every time I ride (which is often). Remember, being seen is the key to a safe ride.

Keeps you safe


Reviewed By: R. Hal Moorman on 5/20/09

I ride in the country. People think you are a tractor and slow down before they realize you are a cyclist. This is the greatest safety device out there. If you are riding at night you need more, but you definitely need this during the day.

Cyclist Safty Triangle


Reviewed By: D. Greg Nelson on 6/12/09

Very Nice Quality - flexible, durable, and very reflective. - and a great price. Clips easily to gear or rack on my touring bike or around my kid on the back of the Xtra-cycle "Better Safe than Sorry" and Grandma used to say!

Safety triangle


Reviewed By: Darrell Robertson on 8/4/09

The order arrived promptly without damage. The product exceeded my expectations about it's versatility with an extended strap for attachment. Photos taken of me during my tour revealed that the Cyclists Safety Triangle was highly visible lending to a much safer tour.

Peace of mind


Reviewed By: A customer from Coeur d'Alene, ID USA on 9/3/09

I purchased the safety triangle for use during a tour around Washington state, and was extremely pleased with the increased visibility it afforded, especially on the days I was forced to don a jacket over my high-visibility jersey. As I met other tourists along the Northern Tier route, it became obvious how easy it is for a cyclist to blend in, even with seemingly garish attire. For its size, the safety triangle is likely the best possible way to increase visibility during daytime riding. I had no trouble using the integrated strap to securely attach the triangle to the back of my rack (on a Surly Big Dummy -- XtraCycle-compatible), though it looks as though it is primarily meant to go around the cyclist's waist. On a more traditional touring bicycle, I would probably try to attach it directly to a pannier or stuff sack, in order to make it easy to deal with on a daily basis.

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