Wi-MM Bike Tracks Your Bike Through the Cloud

Is your bike 3G-enabled? Wi-MM thinks it should be, and the startup’s Bike+ BPU-100 anti-theft and cycling computer system is the way it hopes to help cyclists keep track of their metal steeds. Built in partnership with Verizon’s Innovation Center in San Francisco, Wi-MM – “Wireless Machine-to-Machine”, and not to be confused with the Google-acquired smartwatch company WIMM – plans to strap a combination GPS and 3G-enabled adapter to your bike’s crossbar, initially integrated into a water bottle holder, which constantly pings its position to the cloud.