Honda to sell Bicycle Simulator from next year onwards


Honda will be working on getting ready the Bicycle Simulator to hit the Japanese market from next year onwards, where it was specially built for traffic safety education. This simulator allows one to cycle through a variety of conditions (without having to go through the nasty experience of a fall and bruising your knees badly in the process), where one won’t have to worry about getting knocked down by a car racing up from behind. In addition, you will not have to go through the experience of having dirty water splashed all over you on a rainy day no thanks to inconsiderate motorists! This simulator will come with a range of courses including “going to school,” “going to the grocery store,” “going to cram school” and “going to a local shopping street” among others. It will target public offices, law-enforcement organizations, driving schools and educational institutions which conduct bicycle safety education programs as the market niche of their choice. Expect pre-sale orders to begin this November onwards.

Source: Far East Gizmos

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