Check out the article on our Stoptix automatic brake light in the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Magazine Feb-March 2018 issue. We met these guys at the Barber Vintage Motorcycle Festival in 2016. They were instant fans of our product.
We are entering the heavy duty truck market with our Stoptix Automatic Brake Light Technology. Our first targets are:
1. Petroleum and Chemical Tanker Trucks
2. School Buses
3. Garbage Trucks
We are not limited to the HD vehicles listed above. We just have the best use case for these three.
Don't forget that your favorite name in motorcycle apparel also sells our Stoptix automatic brake lamp.
The good folks at QuickTrick Alignment are selling our Stoptix automatic brake lamps and helping us to promote the product to the automotive aftermarket.
National press release for our Stoptix Bicycle Brake Light went out to outdoor sports press and bicycle press today.
National press release for our Stoptix Automatic Brake Lamp went out to automotive press and motorcycle press today.
We have moved operations to a larger space. Our address now is:
4440 Evangel Circle NW
Huntsville, AL 35816
Matthew, owner of Blevins Bicycle Co., used the light for one month before purchasing units for resale. It prevented him from getting rear-ended. Matthew is also working with us to simplify our mounting to a single clamp that is versatile enough to fit most bicycles.
Stoptix automatic brake light products are live on Amazon!
Floyd Finch at Motopsyco reviewed the Racing version of our Stoptix automatic brake lamp (ABL-1157-1R). He recommends the Racing version of Stoptix for vintage motorcycles (the standard street version was not sensitive enough). Stay tuned for his review in print in Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club magazine in May. Since Finch's testing, MechOptix has updated the software in these lamps to allow for five user-programmable g-force settings, including one setting more sensitive than the Racing version g-force trigger setting.