With a strong sense around the motorcycle industry 2017 could be the year the incredible technology of Heads Up Display, or HUD, rides onto a helmet near you, Clutch and Chrome has a quick round-up of what’s known and what to expect.
After a couple of industry missteps it appears riders will have several choices around tomorrow’s motorcycle accessory - the HUD, or Heads Up Display.
Sometimes motorcycle technology isn’t necessarily cutting edge, rather another thing to go wrong. This is seen in the latest recall issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for malfunctioning airbags on two Honda motorcycle models.
The fact that motorcycle ideas and products are being shown at CES speaks volumes to how technologically advanced bikes have become. A mind-blowing example of this comes from Honda, subtly named ‘Riding Assist motorcycle’.
Want to know what tomorrow’s motorcycle will look like? We’re bringing together all the motorcycle technology BMW Motorrad have said they’re working on in one quick-to-read article.
Headlights that can adjust where the beams point are another example of motorcycle technology not only making riding easier, but safer as well.
American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) continues its advocacy by reminding the United States government to include the riding community in some interesting projects.
If Kawasaki is successful, riders will not only talk to their motorcycles but those same bikes will know they’re feeling.
A company touting cutting edge helmet technology has apparently come to the end of the road. At least for now, motorcycle dreams of owning the latest, greatest innovations for Skully Helmets have been snatched away.
The new Skully helmet offers cutting-edge motorcycle technology and free shipping, could life get any better for riders?