Triumph’s legendary Speed Triple receives the ‘R’ treatment for 2012, which means it comes equipped with top-shelf parts like Öhlins suspension and Pirelli Supercorsa SP rubber. Judging from its looks alone, it’s plain to see that this is no ordinary Speed Triple. Triumph worked in close collaboration with Öhlins, to fine tune the NIX30 43mm […]
Pirelli Updates Diablo Super Biker App
Last month, we published a story about the Top 10 motorcycle apps you can use for your ride. Among them was the Pirelli Diablo Super Biker app, which allows track riders to track their lap times and plot their position on the course, among other things. While the app was good, Pirelli decided to give it a few tweaks.
Users will be able to appreciate a new graphic look that makes the app more user friendly, and can share and compare with their friends on Facebook their recorded sessions – even having the opportunity to choose their own model of bike. The bike fleet now features all of the latest models on the market to date. Users can now also synchronize between their mobile device and the dedicated website.
On www.pirelli.com/diablosuperbiker it is now possible to create an online profile that, along with improved visuals, allows users to download the new sessions which have been previously registered on the site with the old mobile device.
Designed by Pirelli, Diablo Super Biker is the app for lovers of two wheels who want to measure their performance in real time on the track as well as on the road. With the app, which can be downloaded from iTunes for Apple devices and from Google Play Store for Android, you can keep track of the distances traveled by motorcycle, the speed, the lean angle and the lap time. You can choose between road or track mode on your smartphone and then let the application record the data while riding. Moreover through Google Maps the performances are “photographed” in specific situations and the path is recreated on a map. At any time you can view the trips, compare the results, and share them on Facebook, directly from the app, as well as see the paths and the performances your friends have shared.