Ride-sharing app Toni values privacy

Tonit motorcycle community app values privacy

There are many motorcycle community apps available, but Tonit adds a feature to ensure that riders protect their privacy and don’t incriminate themselves or void their insurance. Tonit CEO and founder Jason Lotoski says users do not need to use the app’s tracking feature which only shows the route and speed. Privacy rules Riders can …

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Sena +Mesh links unlimited Sena intercoms

Sena +Mesh links unlimited intercoms

Bluetooth giant Sena has introduced a +Mesh wireless adapter that will link any version of their intercoms to any number of other Sena headsets. It basically turns any Sena into a Bluetooth intercom with their +Mesh technology that allows people using the headset to come and go from a linked conversation without breaking the link. …

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Ugly speedometer HUD

Stop speedometer gazing with ‘ugly’ HUD

A Toronto rider has developed an affordable but ugly head-up display (HUD) for a motorcycle helmet that provides speed alerts only so you don’t have to stare at your speedometer all the time. Colin Lam, who has started producing the HUD for just $US79, admits the controller unit is bulky and ugly, but says it …

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GPS tracking

How To Improve Motorcycle Safety With GPS Tracking

(Contributed article about GPS tracking) Motorcycles are fun, thrilling, expensive and a preferred target for thieves, but GPS trackers will follow your bike’s location if it is stolen and help you get it back. What is GPS tracking system and how does it work? A GPS motorcycle tracker is basically a location tracking system that uses …

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watches watch motorbike

Do You Want to Buy a Racing Watch?

(Sponsored post) Watches will always remain tied to the automotive sports world. Often, we remain attracted to watches or other timekeeping devices and the roles that they play on track too.  If you are interested in any racing watch like a chronograph watch, then read this post. Characteristics of a racing watch The following are …

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Senzar sensor unit monitors blind spots rear ender crash

Senzar warns of tailgating crash

While motorcycle companies are developing integrated motorcycle sensors to detect and warn of an impending rear-ender, Senzar has produced an aftermarket device. Companies such as Honda, Ducati, Kawasaki and Suzuki are developing radar sensors for their bikes. Ducati will be the first manufacturer next year to add front and rear radar sensors to its motorcycles …

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inVIEW helmet Brake light and indicator

inVIEW helmet light shows brakes, turn

This inVIEW helmet light not only indicates when brakes are applied or a rider slows down on the throttle, but also shows a rider’s intention to turn. There have been several products designed to attract the attention of tailgating motorists such as Cosmo helmet light. We also sell a unit that activates your bike’s rear …

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TomTom Rider 550 GPS

TomTom GPS makes all riding safe and easy

Most people only use their TomTom GPS to guide them to a destination they don’t know, but there are advantages to putting in the destination even if you know which way to go. I’ve recently been riding around with the TomTom Rider 550 tuned into destinations I know, and I reckon the various alerts have …

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Neckmike Case

Neckmike headset suits motorcyclists

The new Neckmike headset should resolve the two biggest problems with wearing earphones connected to your phone when riding. (UPDATE: It appears the Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign has been cancelled after only attracting $A7540 from 34 backers. The goal was $38,123. They said the product was ready to produce and just needed funding. Kickstarter does not issue refunds. To …

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Airbag suit

Airbag suit to ‘save millions’ of riders

A patent is pending for a motorcycle seat that ejects a rider in a crash and then cocoons them in a full-length airbag suit to protect them from injury. Brooklyn start-up Airbag for Bike has posted a digital animation of the patent-pending device, claiming it could save “millions from serious accidents and death”. They also …

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