The Lightlane Leaves Room for Comfortable, Safe Cycling

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jun 24, 2009 • References: lightlanebike & coolhunting
Riding a bike at night is naturally a dangerous activity, but Lightlane is a formidable option to improve road safety at night for all cyclists.

The prototype was a success (check the video), so the device is now in production by Altitude, Inc. The idea behind the Lightlane is two high beamed lasers that come out from each side of the bike seat in a vertical fashion in order to create a personal lane around the bike.

The green lasers are very visible to other drivers on the road. It truly is a safe and efficient product. Stats for Bike Safety Lasers Trending: Older & Average
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