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When considering the various aspects of a motorcycle ride, one usually thinks about riding in different and various levels of traffic ranging from empty roads, through low level traffic that is all going the same way as the rider, and up to stand-still traffic that is many times associated with rush hours. Yet nothing can
The Challenges of Riding a Bike on a Public Road As most motorcycle riders know, riding a motorcycle on public roads has many challenges: Incoming and crossing traffic that may not observe you. Vehicles that abruptly stop ahead of you with no apparent reason Cars that sway towards your riding lane Cars that come in
November 2018 was the first time Ride Vision attended the world-renown EICMA (Esposizione Internazionale Ciclo Motociclo e Accessori) motorcycle show that takes place annually in Milan’s Fiera Milano trade center. This year, more than 1,700 exhibitors and over 630,000 visitors, nearly 46,000 of which are trade visitors, attended the show in the week-long event. The
Riding a bike “Everything you do on a motorcycle is based on what you see.” “Steer with your eyes; your motorcycle will always go the way you are looking!” We motorcycle riders hear these phrases constantly. Using your vision correctly while riding a motorcycle is critical for our survival on the road. There is no
A few weeks ago Alex Tilkin published an article summarizing some of the challenges that Ride Vision is dealing with in order to bring CAT™ – Collision Aversion Technology to motorbikes. Indeed, the problem that Ride Vision solves is unique and intriguing. Preventing and reducing motorbike accidents demands peculiar approach, specific to the domain of
Our roads are changing… fast.The brief history of human mobility is: Legs -> Horses -> Wagons -> Cars. Despite the tiny fraction of existence on the history scale, just in the last decade only, cars have become extremely smart. As we all know, our cars are increasingly becoming computers on 4 wheels packed with the