Saving the environment is becoming a major concern in society today. Companies and manufacturers everywhere are trying their best to do their part, whether it’s through campaigns or endorsing products that are less of a hazard to the environment. People are even riding their bike to work now instead of using their not-so-environment-friendly car. One design competition featured a new invention that can help your bike save ecosystems.
As one of the many ideas from Design 21’s “Power to the Pedal” competition, Bloom is here to help the environment. The bicycle attachment may look like an exhaust pipe, but instead it’s a pedal-powered invention that produces seed-filled bubbles. By using wind currents, these seeds are then dispersed into the cracks and crevices in the ground. From there, the seeds then mature into vegetation.
The idea was mainly for a design competition but it wouldn’t be surprising if a company decided to manufacture the bicycle attachment. The invention is truly unique and can make a difference when it comes to the environment and influencing individuals to ride a bike every once in a while.