Beyond markers and clothing, neon is venturing into all sorts of things. While you will have to visit France to check out the glow-in-the-dark skate park pictured above, there are more local ‘glow’ options.
Glowgolf is a national recreation franchise that’s introducing light-up putt-putt golf, similar in concept to cosmic bowling. The destination features an indoor, glow-in-the-dark course with a black-lit atmosphere and eighteen neon holes. Locations have popped up across the U.S. (primarily in shopping malls), and traditional golf courses are following the chain’s lead with late-night tournaments using LED golf balls, neon markers, and light-up clubs.
Glow-bikes – Biking continues to grow in popularity and now you can make sure you are seen at night with Pure Fix Cycles’ Kilo Glow, a fixed gear bike featuring a frame that illuminates at night. The bike’s body is covered in a reflective glow-in-the-dark paint that’s activated by sun exposure. Just one hour in daylight supplies one hour of nighttime use. More than just looking rave-ready, the cycle reflects where the future of bike safety is likely headed.
the original article from Cassandra Daily, written by staff