About Cycling Designs
Cycling Design’s origin story is pretty simple. In high school, as the son of a car dealer, Jeff Gindin grew up seeing and ultimately driving a different car just about every day. His love for these machines lead him into a tech career ultimately providing computer services as part of the auto industry. Now, he rides a bike and drives an electric car, and can’t believe there isn’t a safety solution already in place for commuters and recreational riders alike.
Cycling Design’s main objective is to drastically reduce bicycle related accidents and fatalities. We aim to solve a major a problem which nearly all cyclists have but has not yet been successfully addressed in the marketplace. Our mission to enable cyclists to see ahead and behind at the same time without any dangerous head movement so that they can react in time to avoid dangerous situations.
Currently, there is no solution to achieve this, yet the number of cyclist injuries and fatalities continues to increase. This is due both to the increase in the number of motor vehicles as well as the increasing number of cyclists. The market is now capable of generating enough demand for CycleSight to be an important accessory for cyclists but also a prime investment opportunity.
In 2016, we obtained a patent on our CycleSight design: Patent #13304231
Since then, we have put together a team of experts to ensure our product is of the utmost quality and that the demand has been verified:
- Market Research: A professional research company has been engaged as well as a BYU EMBA team to provide sound credibility and advice.
- Design & Engineering: Electronics and design engineers have been engaged to design the product from the initial stages throughout development.
- Marketing: A marketing company has been hired to investigate proper market verticals and provide appropriate collateral for interested parties.