KneeSlider App to See How Much You Lean through the Twisties

Italian software developer ASPidea came up with a very interesting application: the KneeSlider, a nifty and seemingly useful tool to let one know about how much he or she leans during a turn.
KneeSlider App 4 photos
Photo: ASPidea
It matters rather little what kind of bike one rides: when it comes to turning, the bike has to lean. Now, for guys riding sport motorcycles, leaning may a bit more important than for those riding a large bagger, and most likely the KneeSlider has been developed for them.

However, if you want to know just how much do you lean in a curve, have the iPhone installed horizontally on a dedicated bike support, start the KneeSlider and hit the road. The app will record your progress so you can either compare data or even share your result over the Internet.

KneeSlider is also linked to a map so you can view all curves in your road. This also means you can set up your favorite part of a curve, take photos automatically, all with no phone interaction. What's even nicer is the fact that you can set up an choose from multiple motorcycles so you can also test your skills with your fellows' machines. The KneeSlider is just $1.99 (€1.48) on AppStore.
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