Helios Smart Bike Bars

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Helios Bars are the first integrated lighting system built for any bicycle, and could be the most game changing device that’s ever been introduced to the world of cycling.

We know the dangers of riding bikes on public roads all too well, and thankfully products like the Helios Bars continue to create a presence for bikers, ultimately increasing awareness for other drivers sharing the road.  This set of handlebars can be mounted to any bicycle, and feature a powerful headlight out front, while two LED lights allow drivers behind the cyclist to see what the rider’s next move will be. The lithium-ion battery powered handlebars feature blinkers, color changing  visual speedometer to alert drivers up a biker slowing down, GPS, and even a mobile app that allows you to always stay connected with your bike. This is one of those Kickstarter projects that deserves our support. Check out the video below.

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