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    Quote Originally Posted by mulletman View Post
    Thats uesfull
    I might consider a wee reference book for those who struggle with English as a language.

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    Oh hang on.......
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    but once again you proved me wrong.
    Quote Originally Posted by cassina View Post
    I was hit by one such driver while remaining in the view of their mirror.

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    This kinda stuff could be overprinted, I guess:

    https://www.transquip.co.nz/Products...ll-is-50m.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by rastuscat View Post
    I might consider a wee reference book for those who struggle with English as a language.
    Fanks bee oresum

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    WHat Id actually use:

    free earplugs (surely you can find someone who could brand them if you really wanted branding)
    a merino or polyester glove liner
    neck warmer

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    bumper stickers, look for bikes etc, simple but has some repetitive effect

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    cool looking singlets for riding, the rideforever hire riders at their events and think it's OK for them to ride round wearing singlets, so they must be desirable

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    I could do with a new herb grinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    bumper stickers
    Bloody Harley riders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    bumper stickers, look for bikes etc, simple but has some repetitive effect
    If they don't notice your bike ... chances are they wont notice your sticker.

    Unless of course it's a meter square and highly reflective ...

    Has your bike still got all all the reflective panels the manufacturer fitted it with .. ???
    Sweat wipes off. Road-rash doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FJRider View Post

    Has your bike still got all all the reflective panels the manufacturer fitted it with .. ???
    You only need that little on at the rear to get a WOF

    I can't stand those orange fork ones the US bikes have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllanB View Post
    You only need that little on at the rear to get a WOF

    I can't stand those orange fork ones the US bikes have.
    So ... they wont see your tail light at night .. ?? those little reflectors don't work well in daylight.

    They should notice your headlight ... even in daylight (from the front at least).
    Sweat wipes off. Road-rash doesn't.

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    Anything small that will fit into a tool roll or jacket pocket and can stay there long term, and is actually useful. Think quality or it will just get biffed.

    Visor wipes or hand cleaner wipes. Tiny torches. A plastic card with the blood group and next of kin etc. A waterproof thingy to stick the phone in when you slip it into the jacket pocket.

    Best one I saw was a tiny solar panel for charging the phone. Go to a rally for the weekend or ride out for a coffee, maintain phone power. Not everyone has a USB or 12v port on their bike.
    Ginge

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    I have liked the hi-vis jacket/s and sidestand pad I've received in the past.

    Wonder what others would think of a tool roll, I made one for my own use but a branded giveaway one would be easy to produce. You know, you open it up and it has pockets to hold various tools you might need, filling it up would be a personal choice - I carried plastic ties, a multi-tool, r&oe spanners for all size nuts on the bike and a 10" adjustable wrench.

    I also used to carry a roll of 100mph tape and a tyre plug kit but they had to be carried separately to the tool roll. Couldn't count the number of times someone on a group ride needed to use my tool roll, I never did - but that's insurance isn't it, have the tools handy and you'll never need them.

    Tons of surface for your branding message too.
    There are two songs, "Stairway to Heaven" and "Highway to Hell" which I think give an indication of expected traffic flow

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    a defibulator

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