Manufacturer of e-bikes equipped with a patent-pending frame of aircraft-grade aluminum
We’ve already seen bike lights that are built into the stem, rims, fork, brakes, bars and even the kickstand. Jesse Iozzio is a bike mechanic and entrepreneur designed slick solution to lighting up the road.
Simply called the Integrated Bike Light, the water-resistant system uses two small lights that attach at the skewers, with a battery hidden inside the fork steerer tube. The system gets activated by the push of a button on the special top cap, which also has a micro-USB recharge port. Locking skewers with a secure IBL key ensure your wheels and lights are both safe from theft.
Iozzio quotes a run time of 2 hours at maximum brightness of 520 lumens. Electrical energy from a Nitecore 3,400-mAh lithium-ion battery travels right down to the bike lights by way of a particular conductive tape. When users need to remove a wheel, they just unplug the wire from that wheel’s LEDs.
The tail bike lights offer a wide width lens providing board rear coverage. The headlights feature a medium width lens excellent for ground coverage as well as spotlighting.
Detailed information https://www.iozziocycles.com/