Ever wished you could climb on board your bulky gear to zoom down a slope or drift through an airplane terminal?
Determined by the same longing, Slovenian continuous flier Bostjan Zagar has thought of the answer – a foot-controlled bike bag known as Olaf.
“The thought originates from needing to get the following association flight in three minutes when the door is on the opposite side of the world and you have to move quicker than those moving walkways,” Zagar tells CNN.
Baffled with accessible gear answers for this issue, Zagar utilized his experience as an auto specialist and his time sitting tight for flights to outline up an option.
Presently, following three years of “testing, testing, testing,” and a soon-to-complete the process of gathering pledges crusade on Kickstarter, the Olaf is prepared to hit the roads.
It’s accessible in three models: an air transport sanction little bag with an inherent kick bike; a rucksack with kick bike and a kick bike that can convey an alternate pack.
Each of the three gimmick wheely bag style collapsible handles and can join as a hand trolleys.
Zagar, who portrays himself as a “bad-to-the-bone building gentleman,” says he grew up leaning toward bikes to skateboards in light of the fact that he loved having the capacity to control the velocity.
Doubtlessly, his bag bikes are all fitted with brakes.
Indeed with this sensible peculiarity, Zagar says voyagers in a few parts of the world may be watchful to venture on board.
“What we learned is the average response in Europe was ‘gracious cool, I need to have one, however by what method will I look? Individuals are gazing at me.’
“This is the issue in Europe, individuals would prefer not to emerge from the swarm. Beyond any doubt, its not for the timid ones.”
Olaf plainly has significant request however.
With the last hours ticking down, Ljubljana-based Olaf’s Kickstarter battle has brought well up in overabundance of its $27,000 target.
The bike bag, it appears, is as of now on a roll.