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How do you choose your riding clothes at night?

Riders have the chance to weigh in on their preferred riding getup in a new national survey.

The survey, prepared by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and promoted by the Amy Gillett Foundation, aims to better understand how people choose what to wear when they ride a bike and they make themselves visible when the sun goes down, or in ‘low light’ conditions.

Riders that participate in the survey have the chance to win one of four $25 vouchers, so there’s a nice little incentive for offering your point of view.

The survey data will be used by QUT to better understand the visibility of riders, and to scope new ways to increase the visibility for people riding bikes on the road.

Prizes will be drawn at the end of this year and you will be notified by email if you win.

The survey takes less than 10 minutes, so why not take a moment to fill it out?

Complete the survey

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