How To Speed Up the Green Light When Waiting with Your Motorcycle at a Stoplight

Manipulate the stoplight while on your motorcycle and receive the Green Light just like regular automobiles do.

Have you ever noticed that when on your motorcycle at a stop light, it takes forever for the light to change to green? Is it just me that prays for a car to arrive, so the light will sense a vehicle and will finally change? Sometimes I even try to move my bike back and forth a few feet, hoping the light will sense I am actually there, and give me the green to go.

There is a way to have your motorcycle, scooter or bike detected quickly, so you can receive the same stop light service as four-wheeled vehicles do.

The Kipkay video below explains an easy way to use simple magnets on your motorcycle, so you will save time, gas, and reduce the frustration.

Since I ride a motorcycle myself, I am going to try it immediately and hope it will give me the courtesy I deserve as a driver.

If you are also going to try it out, let us know how it went and whether it made a real difference.

8 thoughts on “How To Speed Up the Green Light When Waiting with Your Motorcycle at a Stoplight

  1. Eran Abramson.

    Hi Neece, it is so great to see you again 🙂

    Sometimes, waiting for the light to change while on my motorcycle takes forever. I completely understand the frustration your husband feels…I feel exactly the same.

  2. Neece.

    I will definitely share this with my husband, because I know that it’s a source of irritation with him when he’s riding his bike. 🙂

  3. Eran Abramson.

    Hi Ralph, thank you for your visit.

    Awesome comment I must say. If this truly works as easy as you mention, it is amazing. Your method is a lot easier and could be implemented immediately with no hassle.

  4. Ralph Couey.

    Actually, there’s an even easier way. Roll up until you’re right over one of the sensor strips in the road. Reach back with your foot and drop your centerstand until it touches the road surface, then release. That puts a hunk of ferrous metal close enough to cause the change in ambient magnetic field to register. If you don’t have a centerstand, you can also blip your starter. That also generates a field the sensor can detect.

    For a long-term solution, complain to the city’s public works people and the traffic enforcement unit of the local PD.


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