Welcome to the pack, please realize it's great that you want to increase your visiblity, but if you are riding a motorcycle, and you make the assumption you are anything other than invisible you are doing it wrong and inviting disaster.
even if someone makes eye contact with you, or you think they do, do not assume they have seen you. I'm 6'3" 250 lbs, and ride a 1,000 lbs VTX 1800 with custom paint and lots of chrome and my pipes are VERY loud, more often than not in situations where it could be important for someone to realize that i am there, they do not see me. at this point i will repeat myself because it is one of the most important things you can think about when you are driving a motorcycle.
RIDE AS IF YOU ARE INVISIBLE!
Because for all intents and purposes you are. (will a few of the other riders on this board back me up here?)
also, please invest the time and money into an MSF (Motorcycle saftey foundation) course, i know people who have ridden motorcycles for 20 years that say they came out better riders. they are also very reasonably priced.
again welcome to the pack, be careful.
unfortunately off the street, but working on a 2-Year CJ Degree (40% Finished).
Yea though I walk through the valley of no radio reception, with backup in excess of 40 miles away I shall fear no evil, for I am a warrior, for whom the ranchers have an affinity, and they can take the head off a gopher at 200 yards.