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Monkey Light Pro - Bicycle Wheel Display System

A project in San Francisco, CA by MonkeyLectric

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Display images and animations on your bike wheel. Download your own graphics to the Monkey Light Pro and show them while you ride.
Backers: 626
Average Pledge Per Backer: $352

Funded: $220,293 of $180,000
Dates: May 22nd -> Jul 21st (60 days)
Project By: MonkeyLectric
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Latest News

24 hours to go on the Monkey Light Pro

July 20th - via:
Hi Kickstarter, Thank you so much for your support! ┬áRight now we're at 120% of our goal, with 24 hours to go. ┬áIf you're still on the fence and thinking about it, now is the time to get your pledge in! Here at the lab we've been working hard on... (Read More)


July 1st - via:
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Almost Funded!

June 20th - via:
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Berkeley's MonkeyLectric launches Kickstarter for high-tech bike light

June 20th - via:
MonkeyLectric has launched a campaign to raise money to produce a bicycle light that will allow riders to display images on their bike wheels. (Read More)

New Price Tiers

June 10th - via:
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Over halfway to funded!

June 3rd - via:
THANK YOU KICKSTARTER BACKERS!!! We have been overwhelmed by the response to our Kickstarter campaign for the Monkey Light Pro! Thank you so very much for backing us and being involved! In addition to raising over $100,000 in the first week of the... (Read More)

Kickstarter project aims to bring Gifs to bike spokes

May 31st - via:
Steve Wilhite, the inventor of the Gif file format, was recently honored with a lifetime achievement award for his contribution to technology and the internet at the annual Webby Awards. Now the long lasting file format could find a new use -- decorating bicycle spokes. (Read More)

Put a GIF in your bike wheel

May 29th - via:
If you love GIF animations and love to cycle safely, here's a new crowd-funded product you'll love: The Monkey Light Pro. The bike accessory uses LED light bars that fit in the spokes of your wheel to create a rideable display system. Kind of ridiculous, but kind of great, too? (Read More)

Animated display lets cyclists trip the light fantastic

May 28th - via:
Kickstarter has been fertile ground for bicycle accessories. There have been smart handlebars, anti-theft bike lights, and wheel LEDs. Joining that illustrious lineup is Monkey Light Pro, a bike wheel display system that creates lit-up images and animations. (Read More)

Monkey Light Pro keeps bikes visible with LEDs that display custom graphics on the wheels

May 24th - via:
Riding a bike has so much going for it, from being an emissions-free mode of transportation to keeping riders fit and healthy to just being a fun activity, that it's hard to see why so more people aren't doing it. (Read More)

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