- Boost your visibility and add some humour to the daily commute
- A swaying silicone ball sack that emits a bright red glow
- Attaches effortlessly to your bicycle seat rail
- Turn them on/off and change light modes with a gentle squeeze
- Water/splash resistant construction – built to last
- The only time that flashing your testicles is appropriate
In a world filled with disgruntled drivers who hate sharing the road, you need some pretty serious balls to ride a bicycle these days. The morning commute is crying out for a little humour to diffuse the tension, and as a cyclist you need to be noticed! It's in this spirit that Bike Balls were created.
Bike Balls are a raunchy rear bike light designed to be mounted beneath your bicycle saddle – they dangle off the seat rail and playfully bob-around as you ride. The simple mounting system is secure enough to stay on during bumpy rides whilst remaining easy to attach and take off.
Made from waterproof silicone, this durable scrotum houses a powerful red LED to alert drivers to your presence. Just give them a gentle squeeze to turn them on (just like the real thing) and to switch between the various light modes. They're as functional as they are hilarious.
Grab yourself a pair today.
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Average 4.5/5 stars
"For the cycling man who has everything and is difficult to buy for....."
Sam - 4th of December, 2017
"Absolutely superb, my husband has been flashing them on his bike since receiving them. The actual object(s) are even nicer than the pictures"
Amanda - 12th of April, 2017
"What's not to like about these?!
Classy, stylish and functional...be safe, be seen with glowing testicles! "
Claire - 16th of February, 2017
"Gave these as a gift to my mate who cycles everywhere. He thought it was hilarious and plans to flash his balls more often in the future."
Fia - 22nd of December, 2016
"Im hoping my boss will be safe at night with his big red balls glowing gently on his bike after he received a lovely gift from Secret Santa."
Damien - 19th of December, 2016