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    Anyone ever have this problem? Right now there is only 1 (one) streetlight in my town, but 2 more are being installed. Just curious how common is this problem.
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    i've heard you can get as good results by sticking a rare-earth(read: *REALLY STRONG*) magnet on your bike, or touching the center-stand (if you've got one) to the loop in the pavement.
    bonus points for attaching the magnet to the center-stand, and dropping that.
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    Dosen't do shit.

    I've read other boards' threads about that rip-off.

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    the best thing to do if there is a problem, is to call the highway dept (town if it is a town maintained light, and the state if it is a state maintained light) normally they adjust the lights to trigger with a bicycle.

    I have seen lights that don't work for some motorcycles that work for me... steeltoe boots?

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    The best thing I've found is to kill the bike and start it again. I read about that in wunna the m/c rags, and it hasn't failed me yet...

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    http://www.greenlighttrigger.com/

    Aren't lights just on timers anyways?

    I didn't think they actually "detected" anyone sitting there..

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    Some lights are on timers. Others are on sensors...some use loops in the ground while others use little eyes up on the poles to detect the presence of a vehicle.

    Fucking gay I say, put 'em all on timers.

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    I just line my bike up with the sensor stripe, and it works..Got that big steel flywheel in there! I guess it's enuff to trigger the field.

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    I stamp my feet once i stop and i can see the cutout line where the sensors are. Hey, it works for me

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