INTRODUCING THE AUTOMATIC FLASHING BRAKE LIGHT MODULE….. www.gearbrake.com


INTRODUCING THE AUTOMATIC FLASHING BRAKE LIGHT MODULE

www.gearbrake.com
Louisville, KY. – Riding a motorcycle has always been risky business…………. Add to that the inherent dangers of distracted drivers (literally) EVERYWHERE. Automobile and truck  drivers texting, eating, drinking, smoking, and who know whatever else they do. That is a recipe for disaster and an ever increasing concern for all motorcycle operators.
We have some good news for motorcycle and scooter riders of all makes and models. An economical way to help you be seen by the distracted driver behind you……..GearBrake.
 

 
 
The GearBrake module detects deceleration not just from braking, but deceleration period…..backing off the throttle, down shifting, braking, etc……….any reason you are slowing down, GearBrake detects it and automatically makes the brake lights begin flashing.
 
Click here to view a short video that shows how this great product works.
 
About GearBrake

GearBrake is headquartered in Louisville, KY and was founded with the mission of making riding safer and more enjoyable.  We are committed to building innovative technology to improve the riding experience and most of all to save lives.

In fact, the company is already winning awards. Click here to see an article in Motorcycle USA about this prestigious award.

Distributor programs are available. For more information, please contact 
Joe Distefano @ 319-389-0798 or e-mail to proridersmarketing@sbcglobal.net
 

Dealers and consumers contact:

GearBrake

info@gearbrake.com

 Phone – 502-771-0817

1500 River Shore Drive, Suite 235

Louisville, KY. 40206

www.gearbrake.com

 

 

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