Before last year’s over, Bike Index had counted around 96,583 bicycles checked taken, so it’s a given that burglary is an undeniable issue in cycling. Obviously, chronic numbers help to recognize proprietorship (when appropriately enrolled), however even they aren’t totally secure. With some cautious sanding and a touch of cautious Bondo, criminals can without much of a stretch eliminate them from your bicycle’s casing.
Colnago, be that as it may, has a compelling arrangement to go up against the issue head-on. Starting with Tadej Pogačar’s V3Rs World Championship whip, all Colnago bicycles will be made with a RFID tag implanted in the downtube. Practically speaking, such an expansion implies that each casing will be connected to MyLime’s Automotive Blockchain, a cloud-based record lodging records of assembling and transport. Also, stop and think for a minute: when the information is disseminated, it’s totally protected against adjustment, guaranteeing a proof of possession that can’t be faked or changed regardless not really set in stone the hoodlum. In obvious 21st-century style, then, at that point, clients will likewise get a NFT duplicate of their bicycle that adds still one more layer of security.
To celebrate such a development, Colnago tapped double-cross Tour winner Tadej Pogačar for his interpretation of an eye-bursting unique Into flames and Ice attire. However, the plan, tragically, will not show up on customer models, his bicycle will be unloaded in 2022 upon the dispatch of the new Colnago site and application. Click here for more details.