If you thought Amsterdam was a bike-friendly city, then think again. Each morning, the region’s train stations become swamped with a tide of wheels and frames. And each evening, confused cyclists attempt to pick their way through the mass of metal in an attempt to find their ride in the crowded racks. Now, a Dutch duo has invented a gadget that they claim will make finding bikes easier during the daily commute. Their device comes in the shape of a GPS bicycle bell which connects to a rider’s smartphone to direct them to their bike. It even rings out loud as the rider’s smartphone gets close – letting the owner known exactly where they parked their ride.
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