Keeping track of your motorcycle maintenance can be difficult, especially if you are lucky enough to have more than one motorcycle in your garage. When was the last time you changed your bike fluid, cleaned or lubed your chain, or inspected your brake pads? Now you keep track of maintenance on all your bikes with a simple $2.99 Apple app called Moto Report. It was developed by avid rider Gabriel Panaiet, 31, who lives in Romania. That means he is lucky enough to ride the famous Transfagarasan Road with its incredible twists and curls. “As you can tell, I’m into the adventure/touring side, though I love all types of bikes,” the graphic designer says. “I’ve been riding since 2013. I started on a Honda Transalp 650 and got my Tiger 800 last year.”See alsoGear/accessoriesHelmetsAussie Smart Helmet gears up for next round of sales Gabriel and his Tiger Maintenance on iCloud His iOS app for iPhone ands iPad helps riders keep track of their motorcycle maintenance routines, store them on iCloud and even get notifications when a particular service is due. You can also keep track of costs of motorcycle mods and repairs and tracks your fuel economy. Gabriel is now working on an Android version.