Motorcyclists have a tough image, but in reality, they\u2019ve got to drive carefully, especially at night. The sad reality is in the battle of car vs. motorcyclist, the car wins, every time. Visibility becomes crucial, especially at night\u2026 so why not make it awesome?\r\nTron Every Day\r\nEssentially, LightMode is a simple attachment for any helmet that gives it the safety feature of Tron lines. We\u2019re not being sarcastic; the look is straight out of the movie that every \u201980s kid loves no matter how weird they realize it is as they get older. Seriously, Jeff Bridges was Computer Christ? What the hell?\r\n\r\nAnyway, we\u2019re getting off topic. Awesome helmet lights!\r\nGlowing And Glowing\r\nThe system is fairly straightforward. Attach the electroluminescent cables to your helmet, attach the controller to the cables, and you\u2019re off to the races. It\u2019s powered by AA batteries, and can wring about thirteen hours of glow time out of a pair. Furthermore, the controller gives you the ability to set the lights to blink, be on continuously, or to shut them off during conditions where they\u2019re not necessary, like daylight.\r\n\r\nAs the Kickstarter team on this notes, white helmets are safer but riders tend to think of aesthetics before safety. This lets them combine both while having Daft Punk\u2019s bitchin\u2019 score running through their heads.\r\nSafety First, Safety Last, Safety Awesome\r\n\r\n\r\nAs we said, this is primarily a safety feature. It makes the helmet, the highest point of the rider, fully visible, even on a dark night, and will help reduce injury and death by, well, allowing cars to actually see riders. Loud pipes don\u2019t help when you can\u2019t see somebody, so having this handy will almost certainly pay off for the riders who need it. And it\u2019s just $72 CAD for a set, so really, you have no excuse not to look cool.