SpeedAngle Apex Data Logger and Lap Timer with Lean Angle Measurement

SpeedAngle Apex Data Logger and Lap Timer with Lean Angle Measurement




The SpeedAngle APEX GPS Lap timer is an essential tool for any racer or track day rider craft and getting faster, the data it collects helps riders to analyze their riding style easily with visuals and numbers, and can provide an efficient way to improve the riding skill without overloading the rider with sophisticated software.

You can easily overlay your logs and GPS tracking data onto Google Earth, or your own video from GoPro or any other aftermarket action camera, and have your rides replayed 3-dimensionally on the satellite photo images of the track. There is no limit to the tracks that can be overlaid onto (as long as they are available on Google Earth).

You can see your riding lines against the track border that uses a Gyro sensor equipped to display bike lean and accelerate or braking just as you did on the track, thus being able to see where you were on the brakes or on the gas! These features allows you to compare your laps and get better and better. You can even compare with your friends’ rides as if you are in a virtual race or back to back against your own lap data to help find you the quickest way around!

This is amazing tool that offers so much and is so easy to use. A must for any rider wanting to elevate their game at the track.


Data Logger and Lap Timer with Lean Angle Measurement – Equipped with aero sensing technology and 10 Hz GPS+GLONASS module, Apex is a one-of-a-kind data logger developed for motorcycle enthusiasts. It is different from other data loggers in the market in that it captures how YOU perform instead of how the bike performs.

A list of Teams using SpeedAngle Yamaha Racing Team, Honda Racing Team, Desmo Ducati & Cube Racing.

SpeedAngle Apex Data Logger and Lap Timer with Lean Angle Measurement

New Improved Apex Model Released October 2017 with GPS+GLONASS! So small yet so powerful [Master the Art of Cornering]

The new upgraded version has different display modes and uses the GPS Module with Ultra High Sensitivity.

  • -167 dBm sensitivity brings great reception even under bad weather or around tall builidings
  • 72 channels catch your traces even in tight corners or in small tracks,
  • your lap times will be even more accurate, and
  • you will no longer be tethered by external antennas.
  • 5 Display Modes
  • Memory Full Display

Equipped with aero sensing technology and 10 Hz GPS module, GMOS is a one-of-a-kind data logger developed for motorcycle enthusiasts. It is different from other data loggers in the market in that it captures how YOU perform instead of how the bike performs. It measures and records the 3D motion of your ride, including;

  • lean angles up to R/L 69 degrees,
  • longitudinal G's up to +/- 1.5G,
  • speeds up to 255 MPH (410 KMH),
  • 10 Hz GPS traces (logging GPS positions 10 times per second), and
  • lap times down to 1/1000 sec.

These essential data help riders analyze their riding style easily, and provide an efficient way to improve the riding skill.

Why Lean Angle Measurement Is Essential

“I know G's and Speed's are useful, but why lean angle measurement?", you might ask. Leaning is what differentiates two-wheel vehicles from four-wheel ones. Unlike cars, Motorcycles lean in order to make a turn. Knowing your speeds and G's without knowing your lean angles is like missing a piece of the puzzle; something might be missing when you are analyzing your riding skill.

“True, but I'll know how much I am leaning when I graze my knee puck.", you might say. The point of lean angle measurement is not how far you can lean, but to know exactly how and where you are leaning in a corner. This, plus the acceleration/deceleration G measurement and GPS trace, can clearly mark how hard and how long you are braking before entering a turn, what your cornering speed is, if the throttle is rolled on again before or after exiting the apex, just to name a few. Only when a motorcyclist knows how he/she is handling a turn can he/she master the art of cornering, and thus the skill of motorcycle riding.

Hands-Free Lap Timer

Besides collecting and recording essential motion data, APEX is a hands-free lap timer. It features:

  • Auto Track Search,
  • Auto Start/Finish Setup – no beacons needed,
  • Auto Timer Start,
  • Auto Timer Stop,
  • Auto Data Logging
  • Auto Lap Report Display
  • Best lap and sector time
  • Predictive time gap
  • 5 display modes
  • Local tracks preloaded
  • 15 custom tracks in memory

In most cases, once you are on a Track, all you need is power timer on, and then it will take care of itself. This allows you to focus on the more important thing – perform to the best – instead of being distracted by the tool that is supposed to help you.

Best Lap Indication

Once you have a new best lap, the whole lap time display area will be highlighted for a pre-designated period of time. Just a glance and you know you have made another progress

Track Setting Manageable

The Start/Finish can be set on the track using the auto set function, or be uploaded beforehand from PC to your device. You can also download the Start/Finish settings from the device to PC to modify them, add splits (up to 7) to them, delete them, or save them as files.

Free Replay and Analysis Software

You can replay your rides log v.s. log or lap v.s. lap with our user-friendly Replay and Analysis software R3 . Here G's are color coded on the trace, and lean angles are shown real-time with a triangle extending from the bike marker. The motion data are drawn in line graphs. Use the lean angle graph as a reference to find where your turns begin and end. This will provide you with an insight into your cornering skill. You can also open the Lap Time Report to see your lap performance.

Google Earth Replay

You can overlay your logs onto Google Earth and have your rides replayed 3-dimensionally on the satellite photo images of the track. There is no limit to the tracks that can be overlaid onto, as long as they are available on Google Earth. You can see your riding lines against the track border, and a 3D model bike lean and accelerate just as you did. This feature allows you to compare your rides or compare with your friends' rides as if you are in a virtual race

Lap Time & Lean Angles [Display 3] for Cruising or Twistie Rides

Feeling like going for an easy ride on an open road or to the twisties but would still like your motion data recorded? You can choose to switch to display 3 which is Lap Time + G/Angles. This mode shows your lean angles real-time with an angle meter, displays the max angles of your last three turns, and records your speeds, G's, lean angle's and GPS traces.

Video Overlay

You can purchase video overlay software from our partners dashware.net or racerender.com to do the overlay and make your video look like one from MotoGP. See demo in the show room section.

Easy Installation

The Apex dashboard comes with 3M Dual Lock bracket that is GoPro Compatable.
The sensor can be installed with the supplied bracket with 3M VBH tape. No additional drilling or wiring is required.

Motion and Trace:

  • Real time lean angle up to 69 degrees
  • Max degree of left / right lean angles
  • Max angles of the last three turns
  • Real time longitudinal G of acceleration / deceleration up to ±1.5G
  • Real time GPS speed up to 255 MPH / 410 KMH
  • Top GPS speed
  • 10Hz GPS trace mapping
  • PC analysis

Lap Timer:

  • 1/1000 second lap time resolution
  • Lap time
  • Best lap time with time gap
  • Last lap
  • Lap length
  • Session time
  • Sector time
  • Auto Track search
  • Auto Finish Line setup
  • Auto Timer start
  • Auto Timer stop
  • Auto data logging
  • Auto Lap Record Display
  • Best lap and Sector Time
  • 5 Display Modes
  • Local Tracks preloaded
  • Up to 7 Sector Lines in one Track (uploaded via Speedangle Software)
  • Up to 15 customised Tracks in Memory
  • Tracks editable via software Speedangle R4 Software
  • Lap time record report with motion data


Dashboard Dimension : 94.5mm x 70.5mm x 30.5mm
Dashboard Weight : 150g
Sensor Dimension : 34.5mm x 16.5mm x 7mm
Sensor Weight : 20g
Power : 3.7V Li-Ion battery
Working Temp Range : 36°F ~ 140°F (2°C ~ 60°C) guaranteed
LCD Resolution : 256 x 128 Readable in Sunlight
Screen Refresh Rate : 20 Hz
Interface : USB 2.0 compatible
Battery Life Time : 17 hrs, without backlit
Logs : 50 hrs or 253 logs max
Max Log Time : about 50 hrs
Log Resolution : 20 pps for lean angle and G, 10 pps for GPS and speed
Lap Timer Resolution : 1/1000 second
GPS Antenna : Built-in
GPS Update Rate : 10 Hz
GPS Sensitivity : -167 dBm tracking, 72 Channels
GPS Channels : 72 all-in-view
GPS Start Time : 36 sec average
GPS Speed : 255 MPH (410 KMH) max
Longitudinal G Range : +/- 1.5 G
Lean Angle Range : R/L 69˚
Weather : Water Resistent
USB: USB 2.0 Compatible

Packaging Contents

  • Apex Dashboard Unit
  • Dashboard Bracket with 3M Dual Lock Tape, Velcro Straps. GoPro® compatible
  • Pre-Loaded Australian Tracks on Dashboard Unit
  • Sensor Unit + Sensor Bracket + 3M Dual Lock Tape
  • Hex Key Wrench
  • 3M Dual Lock Tapes
  • Velcro Speedangle Straps for Bracket
  • 2 x Bolts for Bracket
  • Apex Quick Manual
  • Logo Stickers

Software Downloads:

For Tutorials on how to use the SpeedAngle Apex Software check out this link




Parts Information

Make Model Year
Aprilia RSV4 2015
Aprilia RSV4 2014
Aprilia RSV4 2013
Aprilia RSV4 2012
Aprilia RSV4 2011
Aprilia RSV4 2010
Aprilia RSV4 2009
Aprilia RSV4 RF/RR 2016
Aprilia RSV4 RF/RR 2015
Aprilia RSV4R 2015
Aprilia RSV4R 2014
Aprilia RSV4R 2013
Aprilia RSV4R 2012
Aprilia RSV4R 2011
Aprilia RSV4 2016
BMW S1000RR 2016
BMW S1000RR 2015
BMW S1000RR 2014
BMW S1000RR 2013
BMW S1000RR 2012
BMW S1000RR 2011
BMW S1000RR 2010
BMW S1000RR 2009
BMW HP4 2015
BMW HP4 2016
BMW HP4 2014
BMW HP4 2013
BMW S1000RR 2017
Ducati 848 2011
Ducati 848 2010
Ducati 848 2009
Ducati 848 2008
Ducati 1199 Panigale 2015
Ducati 1199 Panigale 2014
Ducati 1199 Panigale 2013
Ducati 1199 Panigale 2012
Ducati 1199 Panigale 2011
Ducati 1299 Panigale 2016
Ducati 1299 Panigale 2015
Ducati 899 Panigale 2015
Ducati 899 Panigale 2014
Ducati 899 Panigale 2013
Ducati 848 2013
Ducati 848 2012
Honda CBR600RR 2011
Honda CBR1000RR 2008
Honda CBR600RR 2010
Honda CBR1000RR 2007
Honda CBR600RR 2009
Honda CBR1000RR 2006
Honda CBR600RR 2008
Honda CBR600RR 2007
Honda CBR600RR 2006
Honda CBR1000RR SP2 2017
Honda CBR600RR 2005
Honda CBR1000RR 2005
Honda CBR1000RR 2017
Honda CBR600RR 2004
Honda CBR1000RR 2004
Honda CBR1000RR 2016
Honda CBR600RR 2003
Honda CBR1000RR 2003
Honda CBR1000RR 2015
Honda CBR600RR 2002
Honda CBR1000RR 2002
Honda CBR1000RR 2014
Honda CBR600RR 2001
Honda CBR1000RR 2001
Honda CBR1000RR 2013
Honda CBR600RR 2016
Honda CBR600RR 2015
Honda CBR1000RR 2012
Honda CBR600RR 2014
Honda CBR1000RR 2011
Honda CBR600RR 2013
Honda CBR1000RR 2010
Honda CBR600RR 2012
Honda CBR1000RR 2009
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2009
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2010
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2008
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2008
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2009
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2007
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2007
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2008
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2006
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2006
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2007
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2005
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2005
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2006
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2004
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2004
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2005
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2003
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2004
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2002
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2003
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2001
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2016
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2017
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2015
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2016
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2016
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2014
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2015
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2015
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2013
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2014
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2013
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2014
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2012
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2012
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2013
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2011
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2011
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2012
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2010
Kawasaki ZX-10R-Ninja 2010
Kawasaki ZX-636R-Ninja 2011
Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja 2009
KTM SuperDuke 1290 2017
KTM Rc8 2013
KTM SuperDuke 1290 2016
KTM Rc8 2012
KTM SuperDuke 1290 2015
KTM Rc8 2011
KTM RC8-R 2008
KTM RC8-R 2015
KTM Rc8 2011
KTM RC8-R 2015
KTM RC8-R 2014
KTM Rc8 2008
KTM RC8-R 2014
KTM RC8-R 2013
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KTM RC8-R 2012
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KTM RC8-R 2011
KTM RC8-R 2011
KTM RC8-R 2010
KTM RC8-R 2010
KTM RC8-R 2009
KTM RC8-R 2009
KTM RC8-R 2008
KTM RC390 2016
KTM RC390 2015
KTM Rc8 2008.2009.2010
KTM Rc8 2015
KTM Rc8 2014
MV Agusta F4 2015
MV Agusta F4 2014
MV Agusta F4 2013
MV Agusta F4 2012
MV Agusta F4 2011
MV Agusta F4 2010
MV Agusta F3 2016
MV Agusta F3 2015
MV Agusta F3 2014
MV Agusta F3 2013
MV Agusta F3 2012
Suzuki GSXR-750 2007
Suzuki SV650 2006
Suzuki GSXR-600 2010
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2007
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2006
Suzuki GSXR-750 2006
Suzuki SV650 2005
Suzuki GSXR-600 2009
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2005
Suzuki GSXR-750 2005
Suzuki SV650 2004
Suzuki GSXR-600 2008
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2004
Suzuki GSXR-750 2004
Suzuki SV650 2003
Suzuki GSXR-600 2007
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2003
Suzuki GSXR-750 2003
Suzuki SV650 2002
Suzuki GSXR-600 2006
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2002
Suzuki SV1000 2011
Suzuki GSXR-750 2002
Suzuki SV650 2001
Suzuki GSXR-600 2005
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2001
Suzuki SV1000 2010
Suzuki GSXR-750 2001
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2017
Suzuki GSXR-600 2004
Suzuki GSXR-750 2016
Suzuki SV1000 2009
Suzuki GSXR-600 2016
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2016
Suzuki GSXR-600 2003
Suzuki GSXR-600 2002
Suzuki GSXR-750 2015
Suzuki SV1000 2008
Suzuki GSXR-600 2015
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2015
Suzuki GSXR-600 2001
Suzuki GSXR-750 2014
Suzuki SV650 2013
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2014
Suzuki GSXR-750 2013
Suzuki SV650 2012
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2013
Suzuki GSXR-750 2012
Suzuki SV650 2011
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2012
Suzuki GSXR-750 2011
Suzuki SV650 2010
Suzuki GSXR-600 2014
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2011
Suzuki GSXR-750 2010
Suzuki SV650 2009
Suzuki GSXR-600 2013
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2010
Suzuki GSXR-750 2009
Suzuki SV650 2008
Suzuki GSXR-600 2012
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2009
Suzuki GSXR-750 2008
Suzuki SV650 2007
Suzuki GSXR-600 2011
Suzuki GSXR-1000 2008
Triumph 675 Daytona 2011
Triumph 675 Daytona 2010
Triumph 675 Daytona 2009
Triumph 675 Daytona 2008
Triumph 675 Daytona 2007
Triumph 675R-Daytona 2016
Triumph 675R-Daytona 2015
Triumph 675R-Daytona 2012
Triumph 675R-Daytona 2014
Triumph 675R-Daytona 2013
Triumph 675 Daytona 2016
Triumph 675 Daytona 2015
Triumph 675 Daytona 2014
Triumph 675 Daytona 2013
Triumph 675 Daytona 2012
Yamaha YZF-R1 2010
Yamaha YZF-R1M 2016
Yamaha YZF-R1 2009
Yamaha YZF-R1M 2015
Yamaha YZF-R1 2008
Yamaha YZF-R1 2017
Yamaha YZF-R1 2007
Yamaha YZF-R6s 2003
Yamaha YZF-R1 1998
Yamaha YZF-R1 2016
Yamaha YZF-R6 2017
Yamaha YZF-R1 2000
Yamaha YZF-R1 2015
Yamaha YZF-R6 2015
Yamaha YZF-R1 1999
Yamaha YZF-R6 2014
Yamaha YZF-R1 2006
Yamaha YZF-R6 2013
Yamaha YZF-R1 2005
Yamaha YZF-R6 2012
Yamaha YZF-R1 2004
Yamaha YZF-R6 2011
Yamaha YZF-R1 2003
Yamaha YZF-R6 2010
Yamaha YZF-R1 2002
Yamaha YZF-R1 2001
Yamaha YZF-R6 2009
Yamaha YZF-R1 2014
Yamaha YZF-R6 2008
Yamaha YZF-R1 2013
Yamaha YZF-R6 2007
Yamaha YZF-R1 2012
Yamaha YZF-R6 2006
Yamaha YZF-R1 2011
Yamaha YZF-R6 2016

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