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Fiks:Reflective Rim Stripes are a simple, economical, and elegant solution to increase night visibility for bicycles.
Created by

Nick Drombosky

281 backers pledged $8,380 to help bring this project to life.

How to pay for international shipping (if you haven't) & Surveys

Hi guys!

I'd first like to apologize for any confusion around international shipping.  Unfortunately, there isn't a very clear way to make sure the correct amount are collected on Kickstarter--though, for such a great platform, if that's the only problem, I'd say it's a small one.

So, if you didn't pay for international shipping, but need your reward shipped outside the USA, send the difference to through Amazon Payments (it's $10 in most cases, but let me knwo if you are unsure).


The surveys for some backers have already gone out, but I am holding off on sending the surveys out for all of the backers of all rim stripe reward levels until I have some good pictures of all 6 colors. 

So, tonight, I'm going out to get some pictures of all 6 colors in the same conditions so you know how they will look reflecting light at night.  Hope no one is bothered by the delay in getting the surveys out, I just want to make sure everyone has all of the info to make their color choices.

That's it for now.  Thanks again for backing my project. Everyone should be seeing their surveys soon!



    1. Creator Nick Drombosky on February 21, 2012

      Roland, you never received your reward because you never filled out the survey. I am unable to re-send the survey , but you should still be able to complete it.

      I you can't, just message me your address, wheel size ( 26"MTB, 29" MTB or 700c Road), and width (6mm or 14mm), I will get your reward out as soon as possible.

    2. Creator Roland Bechtel on February 21, 2012

      I backed your project but did not get a product. I am If you could resend a survey that would be great. White is just fine for a color and my address is in the US.

    3. Creator Julian Battye on December 20, 2011

      Please post some pictures of how they look in daylight too!