Last Updated on July 8, 2013 by New-Startups Team
Looking forward at all the technology that is about to be released and what is available today it’s a wonder that children still find a way to enjoy life away from a screen. Chalktrail by Washington-based inventor Scott Baumann would have made childhood of todays adults so much more creative, but still will make anyone of any age want to grab a bike or scooter and start drawing.
The universally fitting attachment affixes to the back of bicycles or scooters and lets riders create wildly beautiful chalk designs. Simple enough for any child to install and seems incredibly fun to use, the attachment draws on the surface based on any path taken with miles of chalking operation. Kids are always riding bikes or playing on sidewalks with chalk, Chalktrail combines the two together, which should make every kid want one.
The inexpensive bike add-on retails for $19.95 to allow every artsy pattern your children desire. And for parents, it also doubles as a low-grade GPS device, just following the chalk, although not intentionally by the makers. The Chalktrail can also be adjusted to fit your adult bikes as well, it’s not just for kids.