Boundless Rider App

Riders Can Raise Donations for Charity, Just by Riding!

Soon, you will be able to download the free riding app by Boundless Rider. Sign up now to be one of the first riders to get the app.

Rider Generosity

It’s no secret that motorcycle riders are some of the most generous people in the world. The Boundless Rider app gives riders a way to give back just by getting out there and riding.

Just by doing what you love, we’ll donate $.10 per mile to one of the great causes we’ve selected. Don’t ride as much as you’d like? You can also earn points by completing challenges, taking quick surveys and more. Although we hope you never have to experience an accident on your motorcycle, if you are involved in an accident, you can earn extra points for telling us what happened so we can continue to “train” the tech we’ve developed to detect accidents. 

Why are we doing this?

We use the data we collect from the app to calculate things like how many miles you are riding and attributes of your riding behavior, such as shifting, acceleration, braking, cornering, etc.

This data is used to reward points in the app, but also to help us design, build, and refine the insurance product we’re working on. Plus, we have a potentially life-saving feature in the works that automatically detects if you’ve been in an accident and coordinates emergency response services in real-time. 

We are in the business of building a better insurance product, not selling or profiting from your data. You can find our privacy policy here.

How Does it work?

Once available, simply download the Boundless Rider app on your iPhone or Android smartphone and register your account. Once you are set up, complete your First Ride Challenge to start earning points. Those points turn into donations for selected charities. 

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