Ducati is the latest motorcycle manufacturer to develop an app that records your ride and allows riders to share their experience.
The Italian company first developed the app for their Multistrada back in 2015 and there are similar sorts of systems developed or being developed for brands such as Aprilia, BMW, KTM and MV Agusta.
The new Ducati Link app extends to all their models and allows riders to see bike data on their phone including speed, lean angle, acceleration and even change some of the settings on their bike such as traction control or ABS.
It also uses the GPS in your phone to record your routes and integrate photos and comments.
Ducati Link has been developed with e-Novia, and is now available for iOS and Android from their respective online stores.
A major concern with this sort of data collection is that it could become incriminating evidence against you should the police know you have the app on your phone.