Bike HUD is a flexible and affordable heads-up display for motorcyclists.

You can pre-order Bike HUD now to ensure that you receive your unit in the first batch that we ship. We’re so confident that you’ll love Bike HUD that if you try it and don’t like it, simply return the Bike HUD within 28 days for a full, no-quibble refund. Bike HUD units will be delivered at the beginning of February 2014.

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Reviews (2)
Product Description
Bike HUD is a heads-up display for motorcyclists that shows you key information in your peripheral vision, eliminating the need to look down at instruments while making you aware of bike data, such as speed, without you having to think about it.

The display is configurable so you can choose what to show, typically, for commuting, Bike HUD shows speed, gear,engine revs. and indicators – you can also choose to show GPS coordinate, a range countdown and more. If you are a racer, you’ll probably prefer to set your Bike HUD to show lap time, split sector times and session countdown timer.

Bike HUD includes a high-rate GPS unit that updates the speed shown in the display several times a second (unlike smartphone GPS which typically can only update speed once per second).

The in-helmet Bike HUD display is supplied along with the Bike HUB computer (about the size of an iPhone), which is installed on your bike and a handlebar-mounted control panel, which can be operated while wearing gloves.

Bike HUD has been crash tested to European helmet test regulation standard UN ECE R22.05.

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 300 x 200 x 200 mm

0 out of 5
Bike Systems – December 17, 2013:

Stu Bullock, RoSPA (DFS): Motorcycle Training Manager, RoADAR: National Senior Motorcycle Examiner

Literally after 5 minutes I felt completely at home with this new device and it certainly did not impede my view or riding style at all. I could recognise the forward speed and that for me was very effective.

The result is that a rider can see, for instance, a developing situation ahead, and see speed reducing exactly as it happens. Slowing into a lower speed limit was so much easier then having to glance down at the speedo.

The information for the gear number and temperature was useful but I found the indicator warning very efficient. As I cancelled an indicator I inadvertently pressed the switch too far and applied the opposite signal. I was instantly aware and able to cancel the signal after just one flash.

This review was based upon a pre-release version of Bike HUD

0 out of 5
Bike Systems – December 17, 2013:

John Millbank, Editor, Motorcycle Monthly

I could see my speed increasing as it changed colour… After just half a mile I came across a speed camera near a pedestrian crossing and suddenly it all made sense.

I was aware of my speed being displayed in white, so I knew I was under 30mph and didn’t need to take my eyes off the road to glance at the speedo.

While we all gain a perception of speed and the need to use our clocks less, that perception is easily changed after a long motorway blast, or riding home from a track day.

This review was based upon a pre-release version of Bike HUD