INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System In Japan

  INNOVV C5 motorcycle camera system recordings in day and night in Japan. The lens is mounted on the left side of the front fork of bike, It’s Catching bright street at night, You can also see clearly the image when the bike entering tunnel, inside tunnel and leaving tunnel. It is necessary to install INNOVV C5 on your bike to know around environment on riding road.

Motorbike Accessories you need Right Now

If high speeds and the wild wind blowing through your hair excites you, then you are definitely born to ride a motorbike. Added adrenaline rush further adds to the thrill making bike a unique vehicle for the adventure seekers. The decision of owning a high-performance bike could be quite heavy on the pocket and further addition of accessories adds to the load. But lots of useful accessories are vital for making your drive safe and exciting through your favorite terrains. Thereby, choosing correct accessories becomes critical so that you don’t end up paying more for wrong useless stuff. 

 

We picked up some really interesting and useful accessories that are a must buy for all the adventure seeking junkies:

 1. Helmet: The most important accessory to acquire if you are planning to buy a bike or have already bought is a good quality helmet. Investing in a branded, sturdy and approved helmet is the smartest thing that you can do. Driving bikes without helmets kill the largest number of people in road accidents worldwide. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in 2015, 4,976 people died in motorcycle crashes and 40 percent of the motorcyclists killed were not wearing helmets. Not wearing a helmet can prove to be fatal and many serious injuries can be avoided by using a good quality helmet.According to WHO “Wearing a motorcycle helmet correctly can reduce the risk of death by almost 40% and the risk of severe injury by over 70%.”. So investing in a good helmet even though it might be a little expensive makes complete sense. 2. Eyewear: If you have opted for an open-faced helmet or helmet without a tinted glass, then having a good eyewear becomes critical to protect your eyes from dust, water or the glaring sun. Again, the glasses should be of good quality so that they successfully do what they are meant to do. 3. Riding gear: Having a proper riding gear is also of utmost importance if you are planning to go on nomadic rides on your stylish beast. It may initially sound totally unnecessary to you, but things like proper jackets, gloves, pants, boots etc are very important. They not only add tremendously to your riding experience but also protect you in harsh weather and on uneven terrains. Also adding arm protectors, leg protectors and armor vests are recommended on long journeys to protect you in case of any mishaps. God Forbid! 4. Toolset: Seriously, just like the helmets a well-equipped tools set is not an accessory but a necessity. It can be a lifesaver if any time your motorbike decides to break down in the middle of nowhere. In the long run, it might even save you quite a few bucks once you get familiar with your bike and get handy at repairing it yourself. 5. Camera: Now this here is a super cool accessory for your shiny new bike. If you love to capture memories while riding then INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System is one of the best buys in this array. It is reasonably priced, compact in size and comes with an aluminum DVR module, USB 3 integrated heavy-duty cable, and a dedicated protective power supply in the form of a weatherproof 12-5V DC converter. It can be effectively used in harsh weather conditions as its lens is water and dust resistant. It can be easily mounted on the bike and has many amazing features. 6. Crash protection: Road trips, either long or short might involve occasional unfortunate incidents such as crashes. Once you have protected yourself with all the necessary gear, it becomes crucial to protect your precious bike too. Protective gear like frame sliders, bar ends, swingarm spools, fork sliders etc are essential in protecting your bike even after a minor crash. This initial investment could save you from much higher expenses after any such mishap. 7. Bike covers: However useless it may sound but this humble piece can be quite handy and useful in protecting your bike from severe weather conditions when you are out on a long nomadic road trip. 8. Security system: No matter how expensive or less expensive your bike is, chances are that it might get picked up by rowdy elements someday. All sorts of bikes get stolen from all sorts of places. Protecting your precious baby gets utmost important when we know that the motorcycle theft crime record is high as compared to the theft of other vehicles, such as cars. In addition to the locks-the basic security system, nowadays a sophisticated range of security system is available. From electronic alarms to GPS tracking device everything is available in the market. Installing a security system can help keep your bike safe. Investing in accessories priority wise and on installment basis can be helpful if you are on a budget. These are just a few suggestions, go ahead and explore the world of motorcycle accessories. Happy biking!!  Author BioAshley is a former journalist who quit her job to pursue her wanderlust and meet new people around the globe. She always prioritize motorcycle trips. She tries to pen down her entire travelling experience and has been constant contributor to bboffroad.com.au. (Click the link and follow the author)  

INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System Was Installed on BMW R1200RT LE (Type R12WT) 2015

Recently,  we have received the installation share from Les who has installed INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System on his BMW R1200RT LE (Type R12WT) 2015, saying that he was pleased with the quality of the videos from the C5.

Also, he shared an idea of modified Industrial Velco fitment which is used to better avoid the vibrations of the videos.

We appreciate all the share from him and wish y’all read the blog ride safe and enjoy the way.

Sharing makes fun! 

 

The full image of the bike:

 The camera : The close up of the len : The DVR : The close up of DVR :The Industrial Velco fitment :   The close up of modified Industrial Velco fitment:Click the link for more specification of INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System : https://www.innovv.com/innovv-c5-spec  Also, there is recording video shared from Les too :   

INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System Recording Test

Few days ago, we had done INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System Recording Test on a highway in German.  Though the road is a bit wet and there was some traffic, still able to do the test. There are three videos. The first one is a acceleration of 0-220 recording video, the following one is 200-250 acceleration recording video, and the last one is a short clip of recording video. The riding is legal because there is no speed limit on that part of the Germany highway. Hope y’all enjoy the videos and share with us.  Episode One | Acceleration of 0-220 Recording Video Episode Two | Acceleration of 200-250 Recording Video   Episode Three | Short Clip   More details of INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera System 
>>> Click the link:
  https://www.innovv.com/innovv-c5-spec

Ride & Race with INNOVV K1 motorcycle camera

I’m 26 and have only been riding for 4 years, so not very long. However, I try to pick up the skills quick: as I don’t own a car, I ride about 16K miles per year on my BMW K1300R and do multiple courses of different types every year: trial, off-road (Hechlingen, Germany), agility & safety, skid courses and many trackday riding courses. I live in Belgium and ride all weather from sunny to rainy and snowy. I regularly go on trips to the Swiss and Italian Alps.  I bought the dedicated 2006 Yamaha R1 trackbike on the pictures one year ago and now take it onto the track about 10-15 days per year, mostly in Zolder and Francorchamps and sometimes in Assen and Mettet. Ever since I started riding on the track I started experimenting with many different dashcam types of cameras. Many of them have been installed, failed a few races later because of the vibrations, moist, EMI, etc… and were thrown in the garbage again. The Innovv K1 is the fifth I try and has been functioning very well. The biggest advantages are the size and weight and the fact that mine turns on every time I turn the bike on, which means every race is recorded automatically. I crashed hard on Francorchamps last year without knowing why. Thanks to the front and rear camera footage I was able to identify the mistake I made. Crash once, shame on me, crash twice … that’s just unnecessary ;-).      The GPS speed measuring is also very helpful in comparing laps and e.g. different ways of negotiating the Francorchanmps Eau Rouge – Raidillon turn and their effect on the eventual Kemmel Straight top speed. The recording unit is below the seat, hooked to switched power. I use 3M stick mounts to mount the front and rear cameras. This gives me a lot of flexibility of placing the cameras where I want depending on what I want to analyse: The set-up as on the photos is mostly for standard nice videos of the track and riding. However the front camera can be put very easily on the steering wheel where I can see my dashboard including engine temperature and revs. The rear camera can be put on the tip of the rear sit, filming my back. This way I already discovered some errors in my shifting and especially my leaning that I was not aware of. Very helpful !    The K1 is now taken of the R1 and will be installed on my K1300R. With that bike I will take a one-month trip to South Europe this summer including trackdays on Monza, Mugello, Misano and Imola. I’ll make sure to share some footage and experiences of that as well.