SPRING HILL, Tenn. – Ripxx, Inc. announced today that it has released 100 new motocross tracks available for download on its latest software. Not only can you train better with Ripxx, you can get beneficial results from the exact track you were training on- results that your competition doesn’t have.
Feel like you are slowing down on the last lap? Are you wasting time with all the air from that double? Is the other line faster? These questions, along with many others can all be answered by using the Ripxx.
The Ripxx is a small device about the size of a cell phone, used to improve speed and performance on the track. It contains a suite of sensors, along with a GPS tracker that records every move the athlete makes. Speed, acceleration, air time, lap time, fastest moto, and numerous other stats can all be measured. Following the run, Ripxx software enables the athlete to view his or her performance and results.
The 3D Ripxx Replay software lets riders watch their moto on the exact track they were just riding on. Riders can watch from a 1st person, 3rd person, or helicopter view. The track is color coded by speed, and you can even see the jumps, flips, turns, or any other crazy actions you did during your ride. Almost like your own personal video game, you can compare motos with other riders. Now that leaves you with some serious bragging rights.
Now that Ripxx has added 100+ tracks to the software, riders can view practically every track he or she would possibly use.
Some new tracks included on Ripxx:
• Loretta Lynn’s MX
• Ballance MX
• Thunder Valley MX
• Daniel Boone MX
• Muddy Creek MX
• Mill Creek MX
• Cal City MX Park
• FMX Paradise
• Thundercross MX
• and so many more!
There are far too many Ripxx tracks to name them all. However, if a frequently used track is not yet included, let Ripxx know and they can most likely create the track for you. Have a practice track in your back yard? Ripxx can create it. Now that’s training at its best. How convenient.
MX veteran and training coach Travis Preston uses the Ripxx as a tool for his training schools. "Ripxx is a great training tool," Preston said. AMA ATV pro class rider and Ripxx team member Cody Grant also trains with Ripxx. If these pros trust it, why wouldn’t you?
"We developed the Ripxx so serious MXers and other outdoor sports athletes could improve their performances," said Dr. Kurt Nichol, president of Ripxx, Inc. Whether the Ripxx is used for training, or just bragging rights, this device is a sure-shot to make athletes better.
Get Ripxx today and start training better. Get yours before your competition does.
For more information, or to download the new software, visit www.Ripxx.com.
Ripxx was designed by EDAS, a supplier of high-end vibration testing solutions for jet engines and other high performance industrial applications with a low tolerance for error. Basically, they’re rocket scientists! The same level of technological knowhow has been poured into Ripxx. We came up with Ripxx because we love outdoor sports; skiing, snowboarding, cycling, running, motocross, BMX, kayaking, motorsports – all of it. Ripxx records your movements while you’re doing what you love.