At Cycling Combat Supply, we strive to
provide the best and most effective products to improve
the riding enjoyment of the cyclist.
It doesn't matter whether you are a motorcyclist, bicyclist
or unicyclist... our products will
assist you in your cycling activity enjoyment.
The CCS Interruptor II uses a state
of the art, HighMagneticField (HMF) pulse to disable the electronic onboard
microprocessor of most late model automobiles. The Interruptor II
provides the cyclist with a serious way to get enjoyment out of getting
even with the motorist who just tried to run the cycle off the road.
In most cases, damage to the vehicle's electronic microprocessor is minimal
and only requires a trip into the dealership for a reset of the microprocessor...
but the cyclist can enjoy the thought of knowing that the motorist is going
to have to fork over bucks to a tow company and the dealer, and will be
off the road for the near future.
The CCS BLUE FLAME Interruptor II slaving
unit is an ideal way to supplement the Interruptor II on a motorcycle.
The best location to mount this monster, is on the rear rack facing rearward.
Best used from in front of the target vehicle, this beast will do more
than require a normal dealer reset to the automobile's microprocessor.
Sleep easy knowing that the automobile owner is going to be paying near
a grand to replace a toasted onboard microprocessor.
The Lil Blue Interruptor II slave unit,
while not offering the full effects of the BLUE FLAME, is more appropriate
in size/weight budget as well as power requirements. As with its
bigger brother, Lil Blue is best when mounted on the rear of the bike facing
rearward. An ideal use for Lil Blue is for those times when you know
the motorist is going to pull a stupid stunt like pass you and run you
off the road.
The CCS Eddy Sea mounts on the bottom
bracket of bicycles, or on any lower section of a motorcycle and swamps
signal light sensor loops with a sea of eddy currents. With
the Eddy Sea, you will no longer have to sit at a stoplight waiting for
a car to trigger the sensor that doesn't see your lower metallic profile.
The Eddy Corrector is for the Good Sam
among cyclists, who not only want to get through a blind sensor bound signal,
but to remedy the problem for future cyclists. The Eddy Corrector
mounts on the down tube of a bicycle, or one of several convenient mounting
points on a motorcycle. In its passive mode, the Eddy Corrector works
just like the Eddy Sea, triggering lights as you come across them, but
with a press of a button on your handlebars, the Eddy Corrector unleashes
an HMF pulse which will be sure to have the signal techs out there to repair
the signal in no time at all. It certainly beats sending complaint
letters to the deaf ears at city hall.
Appearing to be an ordinary reflector,
the Sonic Chaser steps into action at your command. Recently released
from our R&D labs in Amsterdam, New Mexico, the Sonic Chaser uses state
of the art integration to wrap this device up into a small and lightweight
package. With the application of voltage (5-15 vdc) to the single
pair of wires protruding from the device, the Sonic Chaser kicks into action.
With a stationary ultrasonic emission at 22.055 kilohertz, a second emission
sweeping the narrow range of 22.062 to 22.075 kilohertz, and a wide range
sweeper from 28 khz to 35 khz, you get a multiple deterrent for those chasing
dogs. Compared to most other ultrasonic deterrents which use a single
stationary or sweeping ultrasonic emission to deter the hound, the Sonic
Chaser also includes what no other ultrasonic deterrent has yet to include.
Based upon decades of scientific studies by the KGB in the former Soviet
Union, the Sonic Chaser makes use of the overtones of two ultrasonic frequencies
to create a subsonic emission. With the 22.055 khz base tone, and
the narrow sweep of the 22.062-22.075 khz tone, the Sonic Chaser emits
a subsonic tone sweeping from 7 hz to 20 hz. The Sonic
Chaser will TEACH the dog that it's not fun to chase bikes.
The Poodle Myster is a manageable alternative
to trying to ride your bike while aiming and spraying a canister of mace
or pepper spray at a chasing dog. The Poodle Myster mounts
to the bicycle frame at the rear wheel and is wired to a switch on your
handlebars. When the switch is pressed, the Poodle Myster steps into
action, drawing a measured amount of Oleoresin Capsicum from the 4 ounce
refillable reservoir and using the patented ultrasonic pumping process
to force the liquid through 9 misting heads before releasing the resin
mist into the path of the pursuing dog. We recommend two mysters
per bike. One on each side of the rear wheel.
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