StrobeWise™ Review - Motorcycle Install & Demo of Rear End Collision Avoidance Device





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Published on Nov 10, 2009

The Two Wheels 2 Anywhere Crew install and review the new cutting edge motorcycle safety device, StrobeWise™ by TransSystems. The Team install and review the new rear mounted strobe light device on Rich's Suzuki DL1000 V-Strom. Mad Mike the TW2A product pitchman explains how the device works with an animated sales pitch. Ken Lem the teams mechanic installs the device and later the team road test the device. The StrobeWise™ deceleration warning device can be installed on almost all modern motorcycles. It monitors motorcycle speed and acceleration more than 1000 times per second. When the StrobeWise microprocessors senses deceleration, it alerts following drivers using an ultra-bright amber LED, giving them 1 to 10 seconds of additional reaction time, avoiding the potential for dangerous rear-end collision.

The NTSB has determined that if following drivers had just 0.5 to 1.0 second of additional warning time, 60% to 90% of rear end collisions could be avoided. The StrobeWise™, which can be easily mounted on to the rear of any motorcycle, was developed by father and Son team, Fritz and Beau Braunberger.

For more information on StrobeWise™ visit: www.tw2a.com/products


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