The Samsung Smart Bike, to begin with, has aluminum frame that features curved tubes designed to soak up some of the vibrations caused by riding on rough city streets. It has a rearview camera which is positioned just below the rider’s seat and sends live feed to the handlebar –mounted Samsung smartphone. Another uber-cool feature of the bike is the lane guidance system which uses four lasers built into the frame, that project a bike lane onto the road on either side of the bike. The laser automatically switches-on as ambient light levels goes down as detected by the smartphone. In addition to it, a dedicated app on the smartphone uses GPS to prompt the routes that are often traveled by the cyclist. The frame of the bike also houses a battery, an Arduino module, along with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules. It’s a one-off concept bike and there’s no word if there are any commercial plans for it as of now.