Code Red for Riding

Code Red for Riding The colours you choose to ride in could mean the difference between being seen by a driver or not – and it might not be the usual yellow, orange or pink that work best.  Equisafety’s Nicky Fletcher explains more…. Have you ever wondered why traffic lights, brake lights and warning signs are red? The retina of our eyes has two types of light-sensitive cells called rods and cones, found in a layer at the back of the eye which processes images. These cones are receivers for…

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