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Motorcycle HUD 'Heads Up Display' system

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    • Town/City: Tauranga
    • Bike: Suzuki DR650 ADV, BMW R100GS
    • Rank: Round the World Adventure Globetrotter

    Brand new from http://www.bike-hud.com/ a Motorcycle heads up display system that clips onto your helmet.

    Bike HUD is a headsup display (HUD) system that shows motorcycle riders key information such as speed, engine revs and gear selection via a helmet-mounted display.

    Bike HUD makes riding safer by increasing road awareness.
    There are three parts to Bike HUD: an on-board computer, handle mounted control panel and in-helmet audio and display unit.

    On-board computer: about the size of an iPhone the on-board computer has been designed to fit to any motorcycle with a 12V electrical circuit. It provides a powerful and flexible system that can run mapping and even has options for playing MP3 audio as well as audio-in jacks for your existing GPS, cell phones, radio etc. so you only need one set of headphones.

    Bike HUD is expandable to take a range of accessories we’re developing such as Rider-Passenger intercom, I.C.E. (In Case Of Emergency) monitoring, smartphone plug-in and charge points etc.

    Bike HUD: motorcycle heads-up display

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