Leanometer is a completely new concept. It’s a solid state, standalone electronic device that measures forces acting on a moving motorcycle and displays cornering force, lean angle, acceleration and braking force.
It is simple to use, needs no specialist knowledge, no wiring, and can be removed in seconds. With its sturdy ABS case, Leanometer is built to withstand the rigours of outdoor use.
There are two main display modes:
SafeDisplay - this is the default mode, giving a snapshot of the maximum figures measured in the last corner.
Live Mode - as a downloadable extra, the device displays data in real time. Live Mode is only recommended for use with a bike-mounted camera, where it can be an invaluable track tool.
In addition to the in-ride display, Leanometer also records and stores the last 25 corners for playback after a ride.
Finally, Leanometer can also be set to log data, with a capacity of approximately five hours. This can then be downloaded onto PC for analysis using the supplied USB cable.
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