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Contrail celebrates the street as a shared space. Participants attach the contrail device to their bike and leave colorful lines on the road.
Contrail celebrates the street as a shared space. Participants attach the contrail device to their bike and leave colorful lines on the road.
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    1. Liz H. on

      PLEASE post an update... I think we are all curious!

    2. Simon Bird on

      Having now just backed Revolights I thought I'd check in on my other Kickstarter backed project. Wow no updates since November 2010?!!!! Did you enjoy the holiday we funded or what?

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      IGERSHEIM NICOLAS on

      Well, where are the goods???

    4. Linda Graveline on

      Congratulations!!!!! You did it!!!

    5. Joe Lavery on

      like the continuous white paint line from Bridgehampton to Montauk

    6. Konvict on

      Note to self, do not store bike inside my house. :|

      I would deliberately ride on the most random things I could find just to draw a line on it.

    7. Jrene on

      In Switzerland we have the "bike to work" project where companys can enter kinda competition if their employees build teams and come to work by bike. It takes part every year in June. Bet it would look great on swiss streets to let the teams use contrail. http://www.biketowork.ch/

    8. ULICU Creator on

      Hi Forrest. Thank you for your comment! When riding alone, we recommend using a very bright color like red or yellow. However, the true beauty of Contrail is when people ride with it in groups. That's what we're trying to do with this Kickstarter: put Contrail in the hands of existing non-profits and community organizations so that they can use it on group rides.

    9. Forrest Avery on

      I think the only problem is the line is a bit to thin and I can imagine it being hard to see from your bike if there's only one line, but other than that, cool idea