2013-05-22 22:42:19+0000 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

EatSleepRIDE Motorcycles app for iPhone is the most advanced and comprehensive app available for motorcycle riders.

Find the EatSleepRIDE Motorcycles App in iTunes

As seen on the Discovery Channel, CRASHLIGHT, is a revolutionary built-in safety crash detection technology that automatically detects a motorcycle accident and notifies the riders pre-programmed contacts of his or her location. Friends and family can have peace of mind knowing they will be connected if things go wrong.

Developed in conjunction with the University of Toronto, CRASHLIGHT exploits built-in sensor technology using sophisticated algorithms to detect a motorcycle accident. The ESR app then notifies contacts via SMS text messages, phone calls and email to ensure the transmission of the message to the recipients.

The EatSleepRIDE app further enhances the motorcycle riding experience through a data dashboard which let's the rider record and view recorded routes, speed, elevation and lean angle.

Editorial and crowd-sourced stories make it easy to connect and share experiences with like-minded motorcycle enthusiasts. While GPS-based social riding features make it possible for riders to see each other's whereabouts on a map, geo-proximal search finds motorcycle roads and biker friendly places nearby.

‟Car drivers have always been a step ahead of us when it comes to safety. While technology can make the motorcycle itself safer, it hasn't really been able to deliver accessible safety to the rider until now. Using the mobile device is an obvious choice - it's always with us. After extensive research and development we've created a simple to use, inexpensive tool that's going to increase the safety of all riders and hopefully encourage more riders to ride more often” explains Alex Crookes, motorcycle addict and Chief Technology Officer at EatSleepRIDE.

In North America, Europe, Asia and Africa motorcycling is recognized as a top 10 sport. The worldwide market for motorcycles, including electric-powered two wheelers is forecast to grow by 8% in 2013 alone and inevitably require infrastructure and services to support this growth. Developing the ESR app is part of the company's commitment to improve safety and enjoyment for all riders.

EatSleepRIDE Motorcycles for mobile is currently available for iOS devices, with an Android version coming soon. The app sells for $2.99 USD and CrashLight is available in-app for $4.99 USD per year (prices vary slightly by country).

For more information on the app, please visit http://app.eatsleepride.com/ or contact ESR at feedback@EatSleepRIDE.com

ESR App Screen Shots

How Does it Work?

Get your knee down? Collecting Data for Lean Angle

Get your knee down? Collecting Data for Lean Angle

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About EatSleepRIDE

EatSleepRIDE.com is a social magazine and blogging platform for motorcycle enthusiasts nearby or around the world.

EatSleepRIDE Motorcycles for mobile is innovating at the Ryerson Digital Media Zone and is funded, in part, by the Canada Media Fund

Find the EatSleepRIDE Motorcycles App in iTunes

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Glad to hear. Thanks for the update.

 

@harleymaniea @boscoman Droid is coming. Due to the variation in models and sensors for each device, it's complex and expensive to ensure quality on Android devices. We are considering launching for a small number of machines. No date to announce yet, but I can tell you we're working with more than 50 test riders in 10 countries across a number of high end and low end devices. Thanks for your support!

 

Oh gee, great. Believe it or not not everyone has joined the zombie generation & owns an IPhone. Android plz.

 

Now THAT's a fantastic use of technology! (An-Droid! An-Droid!) I don't want an iPhone but I may have to get one...

 

when is your appt going to be available on Google download

 
  • mdh108
  • 2013-05-23T11:02:59-04:00

Exciting!