Yes! WingLights are designed to satisfy all current rules and regulations, and are manufactured in an environmentally friendly manner.
Winglights are compatible with straight handlebars (flat bars) and handlebars with curvature up to 30°. They were not designed to be compatible with drop bars, bullhorn handlebars and cruiser bars.
Having trouble installing your WingLights? Watch our video tutorial here under on how to fit your units. You can also view our Step-by-Step Guide for WingLights Fixed and WingLights Mag below. Alternatively, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to provide further assistance.
Are your handlebar ends covered by the grips? This video explains how to safely make space for the mounters to be fitted. Do not do this if you are under the age of 18.
WingLights are direction indicators for bicycles. They attach quickly and easily via the hollow space found in most handlebars. WingLights are lightweight, waterproof, shockproof, and designed to promote a long battery life. They are easy to install, simple to use, and provide an invaluable service to cyclists of all levels.
WingLights serve the same purpose as indicators do on cars: they alert cars, other bicycles and pedestrians of where and when a cyclist is due to turn.
WingLights are turned on and off by simply pressing the buttons positioned on the ends of the device. They turn off automatically after 45 seconds to prevent power wastage.
WingLights come in two simple to use varieties. Both are anchored in the hollow space found in handlebars, the difference between the two being one features a magnetic component and one does not. For specific information on how to install your WingLights check out our video guides.
Both versions of our WingLights come with standard mounts which will fit into handlebars with an inner diameter of 14.9 to 22.0 mm.
Yes! WingLights installation is quick and easy. The process takes under ten minutes and can be done at home. For a comprehensive guide check out our instructional videos.
Our current WingLights models are designed for straight (sometimes referred to as flat) handlebars and curved handlebars with a maximum curvature of 30°. While they are not designed to be compatible with drop bars, bullhorn handlebars, or cruise bars, we are currently in the process of designing a range of mounts suitable for these varieties.
Yes! WingLights can be installed on bicycles with side-mounted shifters.
The purpose of WingLights is to support and reinforce hand signals, not to replace them. Cycling laws vary from country to country, and because of this we strongly advise customers to research their country’s signalling and light regulations if they’re otherwise unsure.