Martin Angelov Proposes 'Kolelinia' High Wire Bicycle Path for Travel

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Jan 18, 2010 • References: kolelinia & archdaily
Martin Angelov's ‘Kolelinia’ overhead bicycle transport system relies upon a half-pipe path for a bike’s wheels and a cable at the same height as the bike’s handles to provide safe and stable navigation.  The safety cable connects to the bike’s handle with a hooking device with a carabineer receptacle for a backup safety harness line.

Angelov’s award-winning design has yet to be implemented and it evokes safety concerns, but the very idea of whizzing from place to place above the automobile congestion below holds a great deal of appeal for the 2-wheel commuter. Stats for Elevated Bike Rails Trending: Older & Mild
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