These students made a bike that can't be stolen
Tired of getting their bikes stolen, a group of engineering students decided that it's about time to find a way to solve every biker's problem. And they did.
Meet Yerka, the unstealable bike.
While it looks like a regular bicycle at first, the whole frame turns into a lock when it's time to park it.
The middle bar opens up and you can lock it into place with the seat bar, which makes the bike theft-proof. Breaking the parts to steal it would make the bike completely useless.
The students managed to raise money through Indiegogo to fund their project and the bicycle is now in production. It will be available to customers for $500 a piece.
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