Move over bicycle backseats that you struggle to get a hold on, while the rider is cycling away. Your child could trail away behind the bicycler instead.
Designed by Max Volk, Spurt, is a bicycle trailer that has a seat, is shaped as a big wheel and absorbs vibrations too. A small passenger can sit, inside the wheel on a floating seat. Conventional bicycle seats were placed above the second wheel, making it inconvenient for the pillion rider.
Spurtâ€™s whole body is really a hard plastic shell, protected by a strap-system. A tiny-tot or small-sized passenger seated in the trailing wheel-seat could also be protected against bad weather. It is almost like a hollow disc placed vertically and on the move. But not as fragile. Coloured in attractive yellow, the self-illuminated coating is meant for visibility in the dark, a relief from poorly coloured vehicles that are not visible in the dark. With Spurt behind, a bicycler can easily maneuver the vehicle and still make his or her co-passenger feel safe.
With Spurt trailing behind, the rider could have lesser reason to worry, and ride instead of turning to check the pillion riderâ€™s safety all the time, as its design makes it conducive for turning.
Via: Tuvie, 3Kant