Life for cyclists can be really difficult. Lack of bicycle paths, rude pedestrians, motorists and automobiles can turn the way to job in an obstacle race.
That's why Michael Wallis invented butterfly wings for cyclists: the funniest way to maximize your effort in dodging a pedestrian whilst saying "hey, watch out!".
Bike Butterfly wings come in at a solid 3.5m2 (over ten square feet)—i.e. a span of over a meter—for maximum visibility and increased stopping power, giving new meaning to 'dressed in drag.'
Take a look at Wallis explaining himself the meaning of his creation: