Journalists from Britain’s best-selling motorcycle magazine, Bike, are now well into an epic challenge riding a Suzuki V-Strom 1000 back to the very factory it was built at in Japan, reaching the significant milestone of Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia at the weekend.
Tracked live by Bike Trac, the challenge started out from the Magazine’s home of Peterborough in the UK on May 16, with the initial leg to Istanbul taken care of by e… Read more
As reported in the national news this week courtesy of the National Farmers Union, rural crime is on the increase in the UK with a staggering £44.5 million cost to the rural community in 2013 alone. But with the launch of Tough Track from Road Angel Fleet, there’s now has a viable and effective way to fight back.
WIth figures showing a 5.2 percent increase in rural theft last year compared to 2012, and with more paid out in Insurance cl… Read more
Bike Trac is pleased to announce that it is to support a non-stop motorcycle relay, with all funds raised being donated to the Riders for Health charity.
The challenge will see 23 motorcycle club members from all over the country, dubbed The Snug, relaying one Royal Enfield Bullet kindly donated by Wallasey Motorcycles, around the 4,000 mile coastline of Great Britain. The aim is to raise £10,000 for the Riders for Health charity, while al… Read more
Road Angel Group, manufacturers of the renowned Gem+ and market experts in speed management, driver safety and vehicle security products, was on-hand last week to support the Bursledon Infant School’s Road Safety Day on Friday 18 July.
Run in conjunction with the Hampshire police and road safety charity Brake and Zak the Zebra, the day was geared around educating the school’s Year 2 pupils how to remain safe on the roa… Read more
We’re delighted to confirm that our Bike Trac division has announced record first half year results for its innovative security product, smashing both its own sales and recovery figures for the first six months of 2014.
Introduced in 2009, Bike Trac has steadily grown to become the leading motorcycle-specific tracking device, culminating in the award of both Thatcham Category 6 and 7 ratings in 2013. In the first half of this ye… Read more
Following the launch of the latest Gem + camera locator earlier this year, we are delighted to confirm a nationwide deal with leading automotive retailer, Halfords.
Developed and manufactured in the UK, Gem + takes camera locator technology to the next level, thanks to its market-leading accuracy that provides advanced warning of safety camera sites through integrated mobile phone technology.
Road Angel Group’s Carys Seabour… Read more
Local business Road Angel Group, manufacturers of the Gem+ and Bike Trac automotive products, have confirmed their attendance at ‘Operation Journey’ – a road safety event organised by Northamptonshire Police, taking place at Silverstone Circuit this Sunday (May 18th).
Admission free, Operation Journey promoted road safety to the local community, but with a fun twist, including the chance to win a ride in a two-seater hype… Read more
Road Angel Fleet will launch its latest innovation at the Commercial Vehicle Show at the NEC in Birmingham tomorrow (April 29), as ‘Tough Track’ makes its worldwide debut.
Developed from Road Angel Group’s considerable experience in automotive fleet tracking and security innovation, Tough Track is a unique asset tracker that thanks to its patented impact resilient casing will protect even the most remotely locat… Read more
Motorcycle tracking specialist, Bike Trac, is pleased to confirm support of Steph Jeavons as she embarks on a solo navigation of the globe on a motorcycle later this month.
The trip, dubbed as ‘One Steph Beyond’, raises funds for the Rally 4 Life charity and will see her travel through 42 countries, as she attempts to make it round the world on her Honda CRF250L, all tracked live by Bike Trac.
Steph commented, “It’… Read more
Bike Trac made one of the most significant recoveries in the history of vehicle tracking this week, successfully recovering a British owned Ducati 899 Panigale over 1,000 miles away from where it was stolen, with the assistance of Interpol.
Stolen on Monday evening from South London, the £12,000 Ducati was quickly confirmed as a stolen machine thanks to the equipped Bike Trac unit communicating with its owner and the Secure Operating Ce… Read more