Loud pipes can't save all lives. Alert vehicles of your location even with their radio blasting!WATCH VIDEO NOW!
Imagine having the ability to be heard before you rounded a left turn. What if you could let every car in a parking lot know you were there even with their radio blasting?
By broadcasting a low level signal on every FM and AM band, you will come over the car stereo alerting the driver to watch out for motorcycles.
Ride with the peace of mind that you can alert every car within a 30 foot bubble that you are near! More relaxed riding allows for better decision making.
67% of people use their radio while driving. Let people know you are there even if you are rounding a corner by alerting them over the radio to WATCH FOR MOTORCYCLES!
From Inception To Launch, Follow Our Journey
Cycle Sentinel launches campaign seeking funding to bring the product to the masses.
Using what we learned from the prototype - Cycle Sentinel gets a smaller case, and better internals.
First prototype sends a clear message across every AM/FM band.
Waynard and the Engineer work tirelessly to create the first official schematics to submit to the patent office.
After spending tens of thousands of dollars, Cycle Sentinel finally gets a full time engineer.
The first sketches are submitted to various attorneys to check legality of Cycle Sentenel.
Owner Waynard Schmidt thinks of the idea while recovering from a motorcycle accident in the hospital.
We are so confident in the technology that we will offer an extended warranty with every single unit sold.
Built to last. Cycle Sentinel has tough components that can hold together during the hard vibrations of the bike.
Our pledge is simple: provide the best product with the best service, to protect as many riders on the planet as possible!
First in the world. Mandatory for every person that rides a motorcycle, just like every car needs an airbag. Every motorcycle needs Cycle Sentinel.
In 2013, two-wheeled motorcycles accounted for 93 percent of all motorcycles in fatal crashes. In 2013, motorcyclists accounted for 14 percent of all traffic fatalities, 4 percent of all people injured, 18 percent of all occupants (driver and passenger) fatalities, and 4 percent of all occupants injured.
Why risk it? Why let someone else put you in the hospital because they are listening to their radio and not paying attention?
Cut through the noise and let people you are there, with Cycle Sentinel