Ride Vision is now available in Australia, it is the industry leading solution for motorcycle rider assistance systems (ADAS). Here are all the details on this great new product...

Ride Vision is the industry leading solution for motorcycle rider assistance systems (ADAS) and is the only commercially available safety system on the market. It’s now available here in Australia. We’ve seen the system and will be testing it soon, so keep an eye out!

The system uses forward and rear facing HD cameras that send signals to an ECU, providing visual and sound alerts to a rider. We will be testing the system shortly and have a full feature for you.

The system uses forward and rear facing HD cameras that send signals to an ECU, providing visual and sound alerts.

The system works by using two small wide-angle cameras mounted on the rear and front of your bike. They transmit footage to Ride Vision’s onboard processing unit, where a patented algorithm is used to detect and notify riders of collision threats in real-time. It’s a compact set-up and a neat fit.



According to Ride Vision Australia, the benefits of the lifesaving functions are clear, with preliminary data indicating a 60 per cent reduction in potentially fatal collisions which is due to the systems Artificial Intelligence based anti-collision aftermarket system and in turn increases road safety for motorcyclists.

Ride Vision app.


To watch tech videos click here and check out the support page, where there are some useful videos and tips!


Mirror mounted LED lights can be added to offer a visual alert to blind spot intrusion and warning of a potential collision.

Mirror mounted LED lights can be added to offer a visual alert to blind spot intrusion and warning of a potential collision.

We recently bumped into the owner of Ride Vision Australia, Steven Munitz, while out testing before Xmas. We had the opportunity to have a good look at the system that he had installed to his own bike, a BMW S 1000 XR, and got the rundown on how the set-up works.

We recently had the opportunity to see the Ride Vision system fitted to BMW S 1000 XR owned by Ride Vision Australia's Steven Munitz (right).

We recently had the opportunity to see the system fitted to BMW S 1000 XR owned by the importer Steven Munitz (right). We will be riding with Steven soon, to check out the product on road.

It seems to be a fantastic idea and we are going for a ride with Steven shortly, to experience the features ourselves so keep an eye out for our feature in the coming months. In the meantime jump onto Ride Vision Australia’s website and check out some of the info, and have a quick look at the vid below.


To read more about this visit Ride Vision Australia here.


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Harley

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