BeeLine Bike Navigation System

Nov 12, 2015

Category: Tech

BeeLine is a handlebar-mounted navigation device aimed at bicyclers that’s intuitive and easy to use. It strips navigation back to the bare basics, but basic doesn’t always mean boring.

It easily mounts to the handlebars and works like a compass that already knows where you want to go, pointing to that direction instead of north. There’s no need to stop and pull up a map, and it takes the guess work out of finding the right way to go. The app does all of the grunt work for you. Simply pull up the BeeLine app on your smartphone, enter your destination, change your route if you’d like, and you’re ready to go. The device is available on Kickstarter for an early backer price of roughly $69. [Purchase]

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