Pedalite – LED Light Pedals for Bicycles

Pedalite Pedals

The unique battery-free Pedalite pedal lights for bicycles have been designed to “make cyclists more visible to motorists day and night, from a distance of up to 1km away and from any angle, including the side”.

As soon as you start pedalling the Pedalite pedals uniquely harvest and store a small amount of energy so the lights continue to flash when the cyclist is freewheeling or has stopped at a road junction.

Here are two video clips to give you a better idea of the Pedalite:


  • A set of two 360° visibility bicycle pedals.
  • Orange, red and white lights flash from the front back and sides of the pedals.
  • The lights are battery-free, powered only by kinetic energy as you cycle.
  • The Pedalites store a small charge as you cycle so the lights continue to flash for up to 5 minutes when you have stopped pedalling.
  • The lights are visible from 1km away.
  • The Pedalites themselves are durable and non-slip.
  • Each Pedalite has 2 rows of supergrip studs for safe pedalling.
  • The Pedalites screw-in in replacement of your bike’s existing pedals.
  • Requires a spanner and screwdriver for application (not included).
  • Suitable for ages 8 years+ (an adult must attach the Pedalites to the bike).
  • Size: 12 x 9.5 x 3cm (per pedal).

Pedalite Pedals

The Pedalite pedals are available from Unusual Gifts & Gadgets for $79.99, or from I Want One Of Those for £34.99 (about $68 USD).

More info and retailers can also be found on the official Pedalite website.

(Via Coolest Gadgets)


  1. my patent pending may be of interest to pedalite operates through the crank on a different principal yet makes a verry bright flash every time the pedal turns over much simpler to operate and mfg. you would be verry supprised at how bright it is i have protos. and expect a patent soon. may start mfg. or would consider a sale or royalties because of my age. doug lunde

  2. This looks like a great product but neither video shows someone actually using it at night to see how bright it actually is. The fact that one video is a computer model and the other is in the daytime actually makes me wary of the product as if they are trying to cover up a defect.

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