An architect by the name of Martin Angelov drafted a unique cost effective bicycle transportation system.
The bike infrastructure, which hovers city streets, is made of metal polls and lots of cable. Angelov’s design sought to serve as a cost effective approach to accommodate cyclists in their search for a safer commute, away from roads ruled by dangerous drivers.
The concept cable guided bike commuting system would features a metal track for both wheels to travel on. To help avoid a fatal fall, commuters would attach their bikes to the infrastructures cable system.
Though interesting, Angelov’s bike infrastructure ideas will unlikely satisfy the majority for many obvious reasons that we won’t go into. At the least, however, we can marvel at his creative imagination.