NEW! DeafBikeSigns Aluminum Plates

Aluminum plates are reflective for nighttime visibility, durable and weather resistant.

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How to Place Patches

You can place your patches wherever you prefer: on the back of your helmet, saddle, fenders, rack or on your shirt/jersey.

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Let DeafBikeSigns Speak for your Kids

Worried when your Deaf kids go riding in the neighborhood? Riding to visit grandparents who live nearby? To school? WORRY LESS.

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10 Stickers, $1 each!

Our stickers are high UV, scratch and weather resistant, backed with hi-tack super glue to handle textures like plastic, metal or cloth. They can be attached almost anywhere and used in a wide variety of situations.

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Everyone's Different

We know that all bikes and cyclists are different. How you decide to display your DeafBikeSigns will depend on your taste or sense of fashion. Some riders will prefer something temporary for specific riding events while other riders might want something more permanent for daily use. How you display your signs will depend on your bike and attached accessories. Be creative!

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Shop for DeafBikeSigns Products

DeafBikeSigns come with three different types of products. Whether you are interested in patches, plates and/or stickers, we have what you need to attach to yourself or to your bike. See "How-to Attach" for more details on how to use the products. If you are a business/bike shop wanting to buy products in bulk to sell at your shop, we would love to do business with you.

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Like DeafBikeSigns on Facebook

Come on Facebook, like us and socialize with other deaf bike lovers from all over the country. We also have connections with cyclists from the UK and Canada who have purchased our products. Our fan page will keep you updated with DeafBikeSigns. Share your experiences (or learn about the experiences of others) and throw in some photos. Become part of our own deaf-related bike community!

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How to Contact Carrie

Any Questions? Any concerns? Difficulties on Web? Checkout Issues? You can contact me, Carrie Brewer, by emailing me at carrie@deafbikesigns.com. You can also email requesting a videophone call; provide me with your name, number and the best time to call. Also, please do write if you have stories to share of your biking experiences or if you have new ideas for our product line. Share away!