I saw this. Very cool. But the GPS feature is going to makes these really heavy.
I like the idea of being able to track stolen bikes but I'd restrict this one to the "commuter" category.
Interesting the "inventor" is from Sacramento but the video is clearly San Francisco. Indeed San Francisco seems to be the pro forma location for cycling kickstarter videos, all of which seem to have a similar degree of professional slickness. This one in particular: the lack of helmet, not locking the bike out the cafe, tapping into the stereotypes of the hipster-genius-garage-inventer. They went with the cafe-design-session instead of the white board because if he could afford a white board he wouldn't need Kickstarter campaign, although he can apparently afford to pay rent in San Francisco. At some point you wonder if standard fully-funded product development teams are going to start using KickStarter as fronts for conventional product releases. This one almost seems that way: there's a lot there for garage-inventor-with-his-software-buddy.
That all aside, the shape of the bars is interesting:
Compare, for example, to Deda Newton, which I'd consider something of a paradigm of bar shape:
Or perhaps Zipp: