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  • Blubel provides hands-free cycling navigation
  • Blubel provides hands-free cycling navigation
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Blubel provides hands-free cycling navigation

Cycling is the perfect way to explore a city, but it can be a challenge if you don’t know your way around. Blubel is hoping to make people feel more at ease getting around unfamiliar urban areas with the development of a smart bike bell that knows the ins and outs of your locale.

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