Forget sharing the lowly road with drivers and pedestrians, Bulgarian architect Martin Angelov has a radical idea for cyclists: “Kolelinia.” That’s the name of his suspended bike lane system that resembles a tightrope, but supports a narrow channel for tires, allowing riders to cruise high above the congestion below. Equally important: the safety harness and security cable that will keep the brave, but slightly uncoordinated alive. |Inhabitat|