Sena Technologies, Inc., a Bluetooth innovator in the motorcycle and outdoor activities market, announced their support and sponsorship of the upcoming Great Gator Crossing, an eight state, 2,400 mile pilgrimage from Atlanta, Ga. to Santa Ana, Calif. The Great Gator Crossing is in support to help raise awareness for the Foundation for Women's Cancer, a national foundation dedicated to research, education and treatment of gynecological cancers. Sena will be providing several products from their 2014 product line to help riders stay in communication with each other during the multistate crossing. Using Sena’s SMH10
headsets with the recently launched Bluetooth Audio Pack for GoPro, the riders will have the ability to communicate as well as record their conversations on to video playing a key role in the team’s documentary featuring the ride kicking off on May 31, 2014 in Atlanta, Ga.
“The Great Gator Crossing offers a great opportunity to travel across multiple states while supporting a great cause and we are proud to be a part of the experience. Motorcycle riders who ride long distances are an important core group of customers we want to support by offering them products and technology that will help enhance their adventure,” said Sam Kim, Vice President of Marketing, Sena Technologies Inc. “Partnering with the Great Gator Crossing was the perfect opportunity to support the riders and take part in the journey to help a great cause. With the use of Sena’s products, the riders and video team will be able to maintain communication and provide dialogue to their video experience.”
The Great Gator Crossing will begin in Atlanta, Ga. and will make several stops along the way eventually ending at the Dan Gurney All American Racers factory in Santa Ana, Calif. Sena is donating several units to the journey including the SMH10, Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset & Intercom, and Bluetooth Audio Pack for GoPro. The units will be used for the main riders, escort motorcycles, and video team filming a documentary of the multi state journey.
“We are so honored that Sena has the vision to join The Great Gator Crossing as a sponsor,” said Chris Smith, assistant organizer for The Great Gator Crossing. “In helping us with raising awareness for the Foundation for Women’s Cancer they prove what we have always known. That they not only provide high quality products, but they care about their customers.”
The Sena Bluetooth Audio Pack fits on the back of the GoPro Camera and provides users with the ability to wirelessly record high-definition voice audio to their GoPro recordings by using a Sena or other brand of Bluetooth microphone. Users of the Sena Bluetooth Audio Pack have the ability to record single voice as well as intercom conversations with other users wirelessly. The SMH10 features four-way conference intercom more than 0.5 miles, multipoint for mobile phone and GPS, voice prompts, Bluetooth stereo headset for audio devices such as MP3 players, Bluetooth music playback control by AVRCP, easy operation by versatile Jog Dial, enhanced sound level with integrated audio booster, Bluetooth hands free for Bluetooth mobile phones, water resistant for use in inclement weather, up to 12 hours talk time and 10 days stand-by time, charging while in use, free firmware upgrades and a two year warranty for consumer peace of mind.
For more information about Sena Technologies’ products, visit www.SenaBluetooth.com