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    Blinkers On

    I had to laugh at all the turn siginal blinkers that were left on during our last Green Ridge ride. I thought I was the only one who forgets to turn off my blinkers after a turn. I'm ordering this Piezo speaker in hopes to have just enough sound to remind me to turn off the blinkers.
    Has anyone ever tried one of these?

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    Gerry put a similar buzzer on his MrGizmo bike. Worked great for me until it died on a rainy Boonevile ride. For the price you could get a handful and pass them out to your Green Ridge buddies.
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    I was told to follow the leader. He left his on so I left mine on. I call that meticulously following directions. This was my first group ride so I figured I was being helpful. The sun was in my eyes. My visor was foggy and couldn't see my blinker flashing. It was dusty and my indicator light was blocked by dust................



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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Gerry put a similar buzzer on his MrGizmo bike. Worked great for me until it died on a rainy Boonevile ride. For the price you could get a handful and pass them out to your Green Ridge buddies.
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    That's a good idea and it gives me a year for R&D.
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    I put a car flasher on my Radian. Some of those old car flashers were very loud. It may be as simple as plug and play with one of those. Mine is one of the genetic quiet ones.

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    Generic car flasher. _:@$#! spell check word changing thing in my tablet.
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    That buzzer should work fine. He is a simple wiring diagram that I have used for my scooters and bikes. All you need to get is a bridge rectifier from Amazon or Radio shack.
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    Thanks Garry I didn't realize I also needed a rectifier.
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    The rectifier is easier than playing around with individual diodes. Another buzzer that I have used successfully and is easier to tuck away because it is smaller.
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    If the wiring is too complicated I hear there are mechanical options. joy_buzzer.jpg
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