LucidBrake Motion-Sensing Brakelights Make Bicycling Safer Dylan Duarte April 14, 2015 News I’ve always been amazed at the fearlessness of bicyclists who ride alongside traffic as if they wouldn’t be at a significant disadvantage in the event of a collision. When you ride a bike in the street, bike lane or not, you need to take certain precautions to ensure your safety. LucidBrake is looking to make your bicycling safer. LucidBrake is essentially a series of brakelights, onces that can be stuck to your bicycle, helmet, backpack, or whatever you see fit. The benefit of LucidBrake is that the lights don’t have to be wired into your bike. Instead, they can sense when you’re slowing down and stopping and they’ll light up accordingly. And if you have to hit the brakes in a pinch, they’ll flash rapidly to convey the sudden stop. LucidBrakes are waterproof, visible up to a quater-mile at night and half-mile at day, and they were designed with the help of biking experts. The LucidBrakes Kickstarter is at $1,137 of their $10,000 goal with 20 days go to. The lowest reward is at $25, but a pledge of $45 gets you a LucidBrake at the best possible price, so check it out. Share This With The World!