Honda is working on a "Jump-Control" system that will offer off-road motorcyclists more safety and control during jumps.  With different modes, this technology could revolutionize the off-road experience.

Honda develops groundbreaking jump-control system for off-road motorcycles

The world of motorcycle technology is constantly changing, and Honda is showing that they are at the forefront when it comes to innovative technologies.  Recently, information has surfaced about a new type of “Jump-Control” system that Honda is currently developing for its Adventure motorcycles.

 

The logic behind the Jump-Control system

The idea behind the Jump-Control system is to offer riders more safety and control when jumping off-road.  Similar to traction control or ABS, such a system can help riders better explore their own abilities and the bike’s potential without taking unnecessary risks.  For off-road riders, the Jump Control system could provide valuable assistance in learning riding techniques while reducing the risk of injury.

 

Three different modes for every driving style

According to leaked patent information, the Jump Control system will offer three main modes.  The first mode, “Mode A,” completely prevents jumps by automatically removing throttle or applying the brakes before the motorcycle reaches the jump point.  To do this, a camera is supposed to capture data about the track, which is then processed accordingly.  “Mode B” allows jumps, but only within predefined distances.  Here, the system regulates the throttle and rear brake to control the motorcycle’s angle of attack during the jump and ensure a safe landing on both wheels.  Mode C” is intended for more extreme jumps and aims to ensure that the rear wheel touches down first.  Here, the system intervenes by applying more throttle when needed or by applying the rear brake to correct the angle of attack.

 

Technology meets off-road

Honda appears to be using the CRF450 Rally as a development platform for the Jump Control system, suggesting that the technology could initially be used in its Dakar Rally bikes.  Depending on the success of the system in tough rally use, it could also find its way onto production motorcycles like the Africa Twin.

 

Conclusion

The development of the Jump Control system shows that Honda is always striving to develop new technologies that improve the riding experience and increase safety.  If the system proves itself, it could soon become a standard for off-road motorcycles and make off-road riding even safer and more accessible for many riders.

 

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