Bike Lock Breathalyzer Curbs Drinking and Riding

Bike Lock Breathalyzer Curbs Drinking and Riding
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

Japanese bike shop KooWho aims to increase awareness on a hazardous trend

Christina Mauro
  • 14 august 2015

To all cyclists, with love. That’s the driving message behind cycling’s most recent innovation, the Alcoho-Lock. A product of Japanese bike shop KOOWHO, the new product evolves the modern bike lock into a safety device to prevent cyclists from drinking and riding. Blending the hardware’s breathalyzer technology with a supplemental application, the team aims to maximize efficacy of the product with a layer of interpersonal connectivity.

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