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Road Angel Bike Trac
What is Bike Trac?
Bike Trac is an on-board motion detection device that monitors any unusual movement of your bike and, under the right circumstances, will wake up an on-board GPS receiver to check the current location. If your bike moves and you're not on it an SMS text message and / or an email is sent to you. The messages will display the current GPS location of your bike so you can act quickly to recover your pride and joy. It also provides a journey tracking feature allowing you to view detailed information about your 'rides'.
Why choose Bike Trac?
How does Bike Trac work?
Bike Trac combines GPS, GSM, RF and movement technology to record and relay (in real time) its position to the Bike Trac central servers at pre-defined intervals. The information is then displayed to the subscriber via a secure online tracking portal in order for them to see where their bike is, and where it has been.
Should a bike fitted with Bike Trac be stolen, the owner will be notified by an SMS text message and / or email. The bike owner can then work with the authorities in recovering their stolen bike.
Bike Trac does not stop working when you deactivate it... when you deactivate the system, to go for a ride, Bike Trac will switch into 'journey' mode. When in journey mode, bike Trac will frequently monitor your journey by 'speaking' with the Bike Trac servers at very short intervals. This means that when you get back home you can log onto your secure online Bike Trac portal and view breadcrumb trails of exactly where you've been. You can also generate reports on how many miles you have travelled and what (approximate) speeds you were going.
The subscription cost covers the running costs of the site and text alerts. You can also choose between the following up front subscription plans:
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