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Creating Your Own Lane.

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No one wants to die; especially if it’s while doing something as therapeutic as riding a bike. Thankfully, designer Junwon Yang has taken ‘die’ of out ‘bicycle’. Okay, there is no ‘die’ in bicycle but you get the point.

Arrow Zone is a nifty cycling gadget that helps keep cyclists out of danger and murderous motorists out of court; or even worse, jail. Arrow Zone projects a highly visible red arrow that indicates your lane. It is detachable, so it can added on either side of your bike. It is perfect for night time cycling.

Photo Courtesy of Yanko Design.

Photo Courtesy of Yanko Design.


Photo Courtesy of Yanko Design.

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