The Backtracker is an innovative cycling accessory which has an integrated radar and provides visual alerts for the bicyclist on the distance and speed of vehicles approaching from behind. The radar unit mounted on the the seat-post includes a flashing rear light which increases in frequency the closer the vehicle is. We introduced the Backtracker in early July with an interview with Franz Stuwig, the managing director of the South African team (iKubu) who launched crowdfunding for the Backtracker. At the time of writing, the team have reached just over half of the $194.500 (USD) crowdfunding goal. An Australian distributer […]
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