Is it any wonder that there are a lot of smart ideas for smart cities? That may be because a smart city is – by definition – an ideas city: a city built upon past or current ideas, as well as upon openness to future ideas: to future city ideas. Smart city ideas are often participatory: urban connectivity schemes like a better biking infrastructure or multi-directional elevators. And ideas for making the smart city smarter immediately become part of the public domain, texted to friends, discussed on social media, flash-mobbed by supporters, and analyzed at the neighborhood rooftop garden.
The bikes have it. On the road, in the bike lane, making a delivery or bringing the kids to school. Urban residents have embraced cycling, changing the way we get around. And bike design gives thanks to this new found devotion with an adaptive and modern line that addresses urban bikers’ needs.