Jogalite Cyclist's Safety Triangle

Product Code
BT-605
Brand
Jogalite
Price
$12.00
Current Stock
259

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

Weight: 1.7oz

Size: 10"x10"x10"


 


Reviews

Average rating: based on 47 reviews.

Too Big

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Reviewed By: Alan Gustin on 1/11/22

I got two of these to put on the back of my bikes. I already had one that i strap to the back of my bikepacking seat bag that is perfect. These are twice the size of the Aardvark brand that I have now. The Aardvark brand also has a couple of velcro tabs to hang from your seat. When the Aardvark brand are hung from the seat they sometimes rub the back tire, so there is no way I can hang these Jogalite back there and when I strap them to my seat bag they are way too big and just wrap around all sides, so more visible from the sides and less from the back than the Aardvarks. The Jogalite come with a belt that I guess you are supposed to wear around your waist? I cannot see how the belt would allow me to attach it to my bike. So, the quality of the Jogalite seems good enough, but the usability is sub par.

Safer with the safety triangle

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Reviewed By: Richard Toupin on 6/16/21

My wife and I are wearing the ACA’s safety triangles of our Transam trip this summer. We know that these improve our visibility and safety. One added bonus: we recognize other bicyclists who are associated with the ACA! When we were on the Blue Ridge Parkway last week we met up with a group of cyclists who all had safety triangles. They were all with a van supported Adventure Cycling group!

Visibility

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Reviewed By: LaVon Altenhofen on 4/16/21

Love it. Screams HERE I AM !!

Finally!

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Reviewed By: PastorG on 4/7/21

Finally was able to take a local ride with my triangle. Very easy to tell that motorized vehicles were much more aware of our presence on the road ... Thank you for making this available.

Most visible thing on the bike

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Reviewed By: Vickie Backman on 3/26/21

My old triangle was faded. A few years ago I watched a group of touring cyclists ride off into the fog one Florida morning. Though many had flashing red lights, the last thing I could see of each rider was their triangle. Wouldn't tour without it.

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