All you have to do is post a photo of your favourite motorcycle trip to date and tell us why it means something to you. Post your photos to REALRIDER’s or ABR’s Facebook, Instagram or Twitter page alongside #realrideradventures.
Featuring life-saving crash detection technology, worldwide route recording, the ability to plan, store and share routes and a facility to store critical bike information in one place, REALRIDER® is free and has everything a biker needs and more.
Used by over 26,000 bikers, its award-winning crash detection technology REALsafe® is the only 999-integrated App on the market. Should you or your loved ones be in an accident, paramedics will be sent your last known location and pre-programmed medical details and an ambulance will be dispatched within 30 minutes of the alert.
Easy to connect with your mates, the App allows you to see and comment on each other’s routes. You can even use it to share photos, videos and start conversations about your adventures, offering top tips and sharing knowledge with friends on routes, biking locations, and events. You’ll also be glad to hear that the app offers the capability to set reminders. Simply input MOT, service and other bike information (including tyre pressures, insurance and breakdown policies) into the app and it will sync to your phone and send reminders when renewals are due. The App will even post a social media alert into Facebook if your bike is stolen.
Users can also access 4,000 biking points of interest, stay up to date with the latest gear and gadgets and polish up on riding techniques with access to hours of expert video tuition.
Terms and conditions:
Prize is non-refundable and non-transferable. The competition will come to a close at 11:59pm on 30 October and the winner will be chosen and announced on 31st October 2016. Photo entries may be used for promotional purposes by REALRIDER® and Adventure Bike Rider. *REALsafe® crash detection can also be purchased or £2.99 per month or £30.00 online. In-App purchasing is also available but store fees apply. 999-integrated crash detection is currently only available in the UK.