Awesome Customer Videos

We've received some great videos from some of our customers. Take a look below, and please send us photos or videos of your Nori Lights!Check out this awesome video made by two of our customers Lars & Agnes!   This video was sent to us by our customer, David, from Kenosha, WI. This next video was sent to us by Robert in San Diego.   Our customer, Alex, sent us this next video...   We've received many more videos from our customers, and they can be found on Youtube. If you liked to ...

Nori Lights vs Spoke Lights [VIDEO]

I've noticed a few comments on our youtube videos where people seem to be confused and compare the Nori Lights to those spoke mounted lights.  Check out this video demonstration that shows them side by side. Post your comments and let me know what you think! Thanks!   Click here to order your Nori Lights for your bike now!

Photo Contest Winner!

Congratulations Riki-oh! He is the winner of our photo contest. You have won this incredibly powerful burning blue laser! Thank you for submitting your photo!

Win this powerful 2.4 watt burning blue laser!

We are giving away this amazing 2,000 mw burning blue laser to the winner of our photo contest. That could be you! There is still plenty of time, and entering is super easy. Just 3 simple steps.... The contest has been extended through April 30th!   How To Enter: 1) Choose at least one of the following three ways to enter (A, B, and/or C): A) Post a photo of your Nori Lights on your Facebook or Instagram profileorB) Post a video of your Nori Lights on Youtube.orC) Write on a blog or po...

Quick Tips (Video) - Installing Nori Lights On A Bike With Rim Brakes

Quick Tip - Installing the Nori Lights On A Bike That Uses a Rim Braking System There are several solutions for installing the Nori Lights on a bike with rim brakes. In the video below, I illustrate how the brake pad can be adjusted to contact the rim a little higher or lower in most cases and open up enough side-rim surface for the Nori Lights Stripes.Keep in mind, the stripes are only 6 mm (or 1/4 inch) wide. Often times, a brake pad is positioned to contact the center of the side-rim. Adj...
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