Motorcyclists may be interested in a new motorcycle navigation system created by designers and engineers Mark Jenner and Tom Putnam based in London. The Beeline Moto smart navigation system has been specifically designed for motorcycles and offers route planning and tracking giving you the freedom to enjoy the ride. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Beeline Moto navigation system which launched via Kickstarter this month and has already raised over $220,000 thanks to over 1500 backers.
“Motorcycling is the ultimate expression of freedom and adventure. Feeling the rush of the wind and the road beneath you is an exhilarating experience for all who get the chance to ride. However, navigating your way through the mountains or a busy city on a motorbike is not so fun. Beeline Moto is the antidote to navigation frustration. Everything about it has been built with elegant simplicity in mind. From the clean navigation interface and fast setup with your smartphone, through to the super long battery life and the award winning rugged design, we’ve put your needs first throughout.”
The Beeline Moto motorcycle navigation system consists of a small inconspicuous device that attaches to the centre of your handlebars and provides instant feedback on your direction and required route. Early bird pledges are available from $129 or roughly £98 and worldwide delivery is expected to take place during February 2019. During the Kickstarter campaign timeframe backers can receive up to 35 percent off future retail pricing. For more information on the full list of all available pledges jump over to the official Beeline Moto crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Gadgets News, Top News