Learn how Technology is Advancing Motorcycle Safety on Advancements Television Series | News

JUPITER, Fla., March 18, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Scheduled to broadcast on Bloomberg in 2022, an upcoming episode of the award-winning television series, Advancements with Ted Danson, will focus on innovations in wireless motorcycle lighting, brake-light and turn-signal technology.

This segment of Advancements will explore safety pertaining to motorcycles, which make up 3 percent of all registered vehicles and 0.6 percent of all vehicle miles traveled in the United States. Audiences will hear why motorcyclists accounted for 14 percent of all traffic fatalities, 17 percent of all occupant fatalities, and 3 percent of all occupant injuries in 2019. The show will uncover how developments in wearable technology are now making it safer for motorcycle riders.

Hearing from experts in the field, viewers will learn about ROAME® and its patented lighting system, which wirelessly mimics a motorcycle’s brake-lights and turn-signals. Viewers will learn how the technology makes motorcycle riders

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Lightning Motorcycles and CBMM bet on niobium technology to break land speed record | News

SÃO PAULO, Feb. 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Boost performance and speed. This is the goal that led Lightning Motorcycles, known for being pioneers in the e-mobility industry and electric motorcycles innovators, to team up with the Brazilian company CBMM, world’s leading supplier of niobium products and technology.

Signed in January, the partnership with the Silicon Valley-based company aims to leverage the applications of niobium in the mobility sector and to create an electric two-wheeler to break the current commercial motorcycle Land Speed Record (LSR). The initiative intends to innovate and test the metal in various components of the vehicle, in order to improve its performance and, eventually, exceed the 250 mph (around 403 km/h) mark.

According to CBMM’s Market Development Manager, Mariana Perez de Oliveira, the partnership with Lightning Motorcycles is especially strategic, as it will serve as a platform for experimenting and testing niobium technologies in high-performance vehicles.

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WATCH NOW: Richmond officer struck by motorcyclist doing stunts on Broad Street; police, witnesses differ on events | Richmond Local News

Businesses owners on Broad Street routinely hear the rev of engines as motorcycles ride up and down the street during rush hour, but on Tuesday that turned into a confrontation that ended with a police offer getting struck, a scene witnesses described as “like a movie.”

A video shared with The Times-Dispatch shows the cyclists performing stunts on Broad Street, followed by police cars attempting to stop the group. An officer leaves his vehicle and steps into the road, where he was hit.

According to a press release by the Richmond Police Department, the officer was directing traffic near the intersection of Broad Street and Terminal Place at about 5:13 p.m. when he was struck and injured.

He was transported to a local hospital and is being treated for a head injury. One of the motorcycle drivers was later stopped in Henrico, and charges are pending.

Joseph Kincaid, co-owner of

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Naults Powersports owners, police hope extensive, high-quality security video leads to identification, arrest of suspects in ‘smash-and-grab’ motorcycle thefts | News, Sports, Jobs

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This image taken from Naults’ surveillance video shows five of the suspects allegedly in the process of smashing out windows to gain entry to the Naults Powersports in Windham early Saturday morning.

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Four of the suspects accused of breaking into Naults Powersports in Windham early Saturday morning are shown in an image taken from the store’s surveillance video. A reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of any of the suspects.

(Courtesy photo) A photo of the damage to the doors and windows at Naults Powersports is one of many that appear with videos on the company’s Facebook page.

(Courtesy photo) This image taken from Naults’ surveillance video shows one of the suspects in Saturday morning’s break-in and thefts wheeling a dirt bike toward an exit.

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An image taken from Naults surveillance

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