Spent the last three evenings applying reflective vinyl pinstripes and High-Intensity Retro-Reflective (Conspicuity) tape to the Breezer.
I used a combination of both white and black 1/4 inch pinstripes on the frame, fenders, and fork. The 1" silver High-Intensity stuff I cut into strips and secured in four places to each rim between spokes. Another 3" strip was applied to each crank. I also cut a small square and affixed it to the backside of my Take-a-Look mirror (you can see it in the pics below below the bike).
The black pinstripping is effective, but really not as bright compared to the white stuff. You can notice the difference in the pictures, the stripes appearing bright white from all angles are white pinstripes, while the "yellowish" reflected light is all from black pinstriping. Granted when light shines straight on the black stuff lights up pretty good, but my goal in this application was to cover as many angles as possible and have several rotating or moving reflectors to draw attention. Ohh, and there are some of those Nathan brand super bright yellow stickers on there too.
Any suggestions? I guess I should take a regular daylight picture as well for comparison. The black pinstripes sure do dissapear on the black frame during the day!