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  • A smart bike for safer cycling
  • A smart bike for safer cycling
    Venhawks Valour (2014) ©
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A smart bike for safer cycling

With more people cycling to work, bike safety equipment – from fibre optic lights to high visibility jackets – are flooding the market. But what if the bike itself was designed to keep cyclists safe? That's the thinking behind the digitally connected Venhawks Valour smart bike.

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