Unfortunately, in many cities, the most efficient cycling routes tend to be on major roads and highways. With bikers at risk of serious injury on fast-paced motorways, the Arrow Zone offers an effective safety feature to increase one's visibility and communicate with adjacent vehicles.
Junwon Yang's invention is a compact bike light that can be securely strapped to the fore of your two-wheeler's head tube. The front of the gadget acts as an illuminating white beam directed straight ahead and the bottom projects a red outline of a pointer onto the asphalt, about a foot away from your tires. The Arrow Zone suggests sufficient clearance for passing automobiles on dangerously tight patches of freeway routes, making it less likely for cars to keep too close.