The Bike Zone Projector Signals the Cyclist's Intended Direction Like Cars

 - Nov 26, 2012
References: yankodesign
Though dangerous, some bikers are not entirely familiar with hand signals on the road and even then, drivers may not be able to see cyclists' gestures in the dark, which is why the Bike Zone projector is essential for biking safety.

Despite all the reflective tape and glow-in-the-dark items that cyclists can wear, some people on the road, let it be pedestrians, drivers or even other cyclists, may not be the most attentive. The Bike Zone Projector comes with two bangle-like clips that secure easily onto any bike. Connected wirelessly to the lasers, these bands project a bright red signal that reflect the biker's intended direction that reaches a one-meter radius, signaling the driver to give the cyclist ample space to make their turn. The bright read lasers project these signals onto the road, making sure to catch the attention of others on the street without impairing their sight.