News Pirelli: Diablo Super Biker iPhone App

Pirelli: Diablo Super Biker iPhone App


Motorcycle iPone Apps

The Diablo Super Biker App tracks speed, lean angle and route on road and racetrack; record your performance and share with friends.

Pirelli has released the Diablo Super Biker iPhone App via the Apple App Store and iTunes. Drawing on the success of Pirelli’s Diablo family of performance tires in the sporty road and racetrack segments as well as its renewed role as Official Tire Supplier to the Superbike World Championship, the new App tracks speed, lean angle and has GPS features so fans of the brand can measure, record and share their on-road or -track performance.

Measure riding performance and discover everything from lean angle to corner speed without having to buy or mount expensive equipment to a motorcycle. The new Diablo Super Biker iPhone app is free and full of useful functions to get the most out of the GPS tracking technology of Apple’s iPhone 4 for immediate feedback on rider performance.

It’s like having a transponder and GPS tracking device right at one’s beck and call. Enthusiasts can now run their own bike performance or tire test with this user-friendly statistical data tool for comparing results.

The App allows users to visualize his/her favorite or best lap in the circuit or recent road ride, then easily upload and share them on Facebook® or Pirelli Moto’s own social media page – -directly from the app.

Download the Diablo Super Biker iPhone App for free and you’ll have available:

  • Choice between road or track mode
  • Bike telemetry data recording
  • Lean angle measured using GPS tracking technology
  • Measure speed, distance and lap time during track sessions
  • Display recorded sessions via Google Maps
  • Share your best rides via or Facebook

The Diablo Super Biker app is currently compatible with iPhone 4 and requires iOS 4.2 or later. It is now available on Apple’s App Store in five languages: English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

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Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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