Safe Talk, Safe Ride
Hands-free communication with your kids as if you’re right next to them
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Safety with communication, guidance and independent riding.
Riding as a family brings a sense of freedom, exploration and bonding that results in lasting memories and healthy habits. However, family riding may not always be a “ride in the park,” especially for those with children who like to speed ahead. Many parents have experienced those helpless moments when their children ride too close to a busy road and think, “Will they hear me if I scream STOP”?
Com-Com was developed to prevent these frightening situations by putting parents in direct communication with their children as if they are right next to them. Com-Com is specially made for easy communication using a convenient button on the handle bar grip so as to maintain balance and continued movement. Com-Com will allow parents to communicate with their child from a distance and convey safety through guidance.
What Parents Say
"That was definitely a more “calming” bike ride..."
"A much more relaxing bike ride then having to scream to slow down!"
"A new way to play that gives independence"
Mom: "How many times do you ask “what did you say?” when we are riding without the Com-Com
Kid: "100 times!"
Who We Are
We are a team of Stanford students dedicated to improving family bicycling.
Maryam loves seeing conceptual ideas come to life! Every product that she designs is with the hope of making someone in this world become a happier person.
Megan is a firm believer that design has the power to create transformative experiences. She is currently exploring this idea as it relates collaborative engagement in on/offline communities, STEM education for girls, and children's toys. Who doesn't love toys?
Michael, a Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University, is a scientist at heart with a background in biochemistry and toxicology. Michael has recently entered into the design world where he wants to utilize his analytical expertise to improve family riding by developing a bicycle communication device for children.