Saturday, November 7, 2015

There's something special
about experiencing a new place by bike—wind at your back, city sounds in
your ears, no wait-time for public transportation.
While the freedom (and
exercise!) is great, there's also the responsibility for taking on unfamiliar
traffic patterns.
That's where Lumenus comes into play: biking attire with
built-in lighting systems set to a GPS-enabled app. All of the pieces
contain stitched-in LED lights that flash when you're making turns, passing
through intersections, and slowing down. The Lumenus collection consists of a
lightweight jacket, an all-weather jacket, a commuter coat, a performance
vest, and a backpack, if that's more your speed.
On the other side of things,
the clothing is also perfect for runners looking for higher visibility—great
for anyone partaking in some vacation calorie-burning.
the project is
currently looking for funding via Kickstarter.
To see how it all works, check
out the campaign video below: Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement
Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at
@erikaraeowen.
This light-up biking gear will change everything for any
traveler that chooses to see experience a new city on two wheels.
Read more
here.

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