Leading motorcycle tracking specialists, BikeTrac, have today announced their all-new slimmed down tracking unit, BikeTrac Lite; aimed at cost-conscious riders, looking for a device that simply offers the brand’s renowned security functionality.
The ideal tracking solution for riders of low capacity or older machines, BikeTrac Lite takes all of the trusted tracking features from the brand’s premium device, such as GPS and Radio Frequency technology, but is instead stripped back to be a simple fit-and-forget, cost effective alternative.
BikeTrac’s Bill Taylor announced the new Lite device, commenting, “We are delighted to be able to bring this new simplified product to market. While our premium device is still very much a market-leader thanks to its feature-rich functionality and impeccable recovery results over the last decade, we’ve been keen to bring a slimmed down version to the market for lower value machines for quite some time. We’ve tried hard to make cost much less of an issue for riders looking for truly effective bike security.
“With BikeTrac Lite, we’ve been able to slim down the additional functionality of the unit without losing the key security features, so our customers will all be protected by the very same technology regardless of what unit they choose. As a result, we can pass this cost saving down to users, which in turn we hope will see more riders adopt tracking as their chosen line of defense.”
While BikeTrac’s premium product still provides customers with one of the most feature-rich devices available, all customisable from their own app and web portal, BikeTrac Lite simply works silently in the background, with movement notifications sent via text, email and Push notification, along with BikeTrac’s Secure Operating Centre available 24/7.
BikeTrac Lite has a recommended unit retail price of £199, with subscription costs at £5.99 per month or annual fee of £60. 0% finance is also available.
Visit www.biketraclite.co.uk for more information.
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