Making the Pitch

Startup Hustle participant makes his presentation to potential investors

Back Photo gallery Jul 19, 2017 @ 5 am By Joan Cusick

In June, Adrian Cummings and his wife, Kelsea, pitched their business idea — the Eagertronics Cyclights lighting system for bicycles — to a group of entrepreneurs, investors and guests at Hacker Lab in Rocklin. The presentation marked the end of Cummings’ participation in Hacker Lab’s six-week startup boot camp, which was sponsored by Sierra College.

To read the full story, see Startup Boot Camp.

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Brian Fox (not verified)July 19, 2017 - 8:19pm

This looks like a great idea. I am a cyclist who also rides a bike in the Auburn area and clearly recognize the need to be highly visible to motorists and at the same time, be in complete control of my bike. I'd love to have the opportunity to try Adrian's product.

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