This Motorcycle Device Can Save Your Life

Ride Safe is an all-in-one bike device integrating an Emergency Call System.

Meet Ride Safe: an innovative device created by motorcycle riders to protect other riders. It comes with a lot of cool features, and it even calls the ambulance for you. 

What’s all about? A small device that goes in the battery box of your bike and connects to an user-friendly app that allows you to control it and gives you a lot of useful data. 

The Emergency Call

You don’t need to press a red button. By gathering information from the onboard sensors, the device automatically detects accidents. It obtains accurate information on your motorcycle’s location and alerts emergency services and your configured contacts and nearby RideSafe users. 

More than that, the app stores your medical profile data (it's up to you if you want to share it), such as blood type or health conditions – the data is automatically sent to hospitals or first responders, regardless of the severity of the accident. 

Another cool feature is the anti-theft alarm & GPS Tracker – The device keeps track of your motorcycle’s location and sends real-time notifications to your smartphone. 

device and app

More than that, the app gives you lots of data about your ride, and you can share it to Social Media. 

How to use it? All you have to do is to link the device to the motorcycle battery and install the app. 

Check the ridesafe.eu platform for more.

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