Cycles are one of the greenest ways to commute without sacrificing the beauty of our environment. But Korean designer Yongjin Lee, apart from contributing to the environment, portrays the Han River of Seoul with his latest cycle design. Hailed the ”Molecule,” the cycle borrows the identity from Han River’s molecule system. Just like the river is formed of the major and minor atoms, which eventually coalesces to form a large system, so does the designer view the body frame as major and the other individual parts as minor atoms. When these atoms come together they bring out the sustainable commute mode. The Molecule is presently exhibited at Seoul cycle design competition 2010.

The Bone Bicycle takes inspiration from the natural structure of a human bone, meaning light-weight yet strong. This cycle also exudes the same feeling of being naturally strong with an easy smooth ride and a light-weight frame.

Unlike motorcycles, there are no signal lights for bicycle
Since dangers occur all the time when bicycle is turning left or right in the middle of the crossroad, many countries are advising riders to send hand signs when take make turns.

It's because getting hands off the bicycle can cause risk on the traffic road
To prevent this, they are trying to get rid of the risk of hand signs by mounting signal lamps on the bicycle.

As commute with bicycle attracts many people, traffic road and environment for bicycle are showing improvement. By mounting smartphone on the bicycle, riding distance could be measured and navigation is possible through GPS. By mounting a battery inside the aluminum frame of the bicycle, it provides electricity to mounted smartphone and signal lamps.


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