Attributable to the fact that auto designers primarily focus on aspects like power, user comfort and grace while designing bicycles, they often fail to suggest adequate bike safety solutions for the same. Accordingly, daily commuters, despite their intent to reduce their carbon footprint, prefer carpooling rather than riding a bike to their offices or other places. Realizing the need for a better way out, folks at Solgaard Design have come up with the InterLock universal lock that promises to provide unbeatable security to your bike.
Currently seeking backers’ support at Kickstarter, the InterLock patent pending universal system hides itself inside the bike frame via the seat post. The universal lock comes equipped with 20-inch cables that run through the frame, rear wheel and around a fixed post. The developers have made successful prototypes and now, they need molds to manufacture the machines. If funded successfully, they plan to ship the final products to customers by May, this year.