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3 Essential Motorcycle Gadgets for Enhanced Utility

Roaring down open highways on a motorcycle can be one of life's great pleasures. And it's even more fun when you have the tools to enhance your riding experience, and which may also ensure your as well as your precious bike's safety. Here are some amazing gadgets and tools that will make riding and maintaining your steed more convenient: 

A Heads Up Display to reduce the dangers of distraction
An HUD gathers all the information you may need about your ride – speed, gear-level, sat-nav, etc – on a little screen in front of your eye so you don't have to glance around when riding at speed. Taking your eyes off the road even momentarily could have dire consequences, whether by your own fault, another person's or even some random freak occurrence.      

A GPS tracker or messenger
Keeping a device that can immediately flash or send your exact coordinates, or even a message along with it, could be invaluable in emergencies, or merely to reassure loved ones of your safety. There are several good products available in the market to choose from.

Utility belt
A multi-tool gadget's benefits need not be delved into much. Suffice to say, there are several excellent options available containing a wide variety of handy tools ranging from standard tools such as screwdrivers and wrenches, to bottle openers and LED lights.

Having some of these gadgets could make a real difference to your biking experience, and pull you out of tight pinches if at all you get into any. After all, handy utilities are always wise investments.

 

 

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