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The DIY Bike Lane

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  • 23 May, 2011  |
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№1 Author: gari (23 May 2011 22:48) Total user comments: 574


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This looks confusing to me,I think its cool,but I'll crash somewhere...drags attention off the road! 16
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№2 Author: GhostChronos (24 May 2011 00:47) Total user comments: 2100


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At first I though it was computer effect, nice 04
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№3 Author: DocMcCoy (24 May 2011 01:32) Total user comments: 6039


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What an idea!! 92 ====>========>
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№4 Author: Slugsie (24 May 2011 02:32) Total user comments: 1519


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Just because you can project a 'bike lane' onto the road doesn't mean you have a bike lane. Especially as it swings around all over the place with every twitch of the handle bars.

In fact I know several people that would probably run you off the road simply on principle.
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№5 Author: raymond.wendt (24 May 2011 03:05) Total user comments: 9115


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some people are so rude, walking right in the bike lane.

He needs to get a stabilizer for it so it goes smooth... that will be bike lane 2.0 Great idea! 04
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№6 Author: capt.huffnpuff (24 May 2011 06:58) Total user comments: 2801


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Make your own bike lane? Dumbest thing I ever saw. Newton's laws of motion still apply. Car wins, bike loses. 67
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№7 Author: Lord Dodo (24 May 2011 13:56) Total user comments: 2064


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looks funny and innovative... 04 but i wouldn't drive with such a thing. It looks definitely to unsecure, drives your attention off the road and if you are driving somewhere completely dark, you cannot see what is directly in front of you. 02
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№8 Author: joffenbaker (24 May 2011 17:53) Total user comments: 4965


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Clever device.
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№9 Author: PyroSA (25 May 2011 00:07) Total user comments: 75


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If he fitted it to the frame and not the handles it wouldn't shake about as much.

Then he should link the animation speed to the wheel speed. That'll be WAY closer to looking accurate.

I have seen a similar but much more basic that projects lines to the side of the bicycle. That just gives cars a better idea of how much space you need and was only a simple laser/projected line.
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№10 Author: mealymouthmongolian (25 May 2011 06:06) Total user comments: 145


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I'm gonna have to go with meh on this one. And I even like to ride my bike every day.
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