LITPro is an App built for athletes completing laps or runs against the clock. Record sessions with a compatible GPS receiver, sync the data and LITPro provides lap times, segment times, and so much more. Dig into the data to understand exactly where and how you can gain time. Get started now and watch your lap times drop...guaranteed.
Download either the MX App or Road App.
The LITPro Apps are compatible with GPS watches and precision GPS receivers (required for LITPro Premium). Buy a GPS device from us – or connect one you already own.
Start tracking laps or runs with your GPS receiver and sync when done.
Review lap times from your GPS watch. Or get the best LITPro has to offer by using your precision GPS receiver with LITPro Premium.
LITPro was originally built for motocross. That doesn't mean you have to ride a dirt bike to love LITPro. The LITPro App capabilities and benefits span across many sports. We have tons of customers using LITPro for other sports too like downhill mountain biking, karting, dirt oval, rc cars, and more.
1. You'll need an iPhone or iPad
(No clear ETA on Android support).
2. A compatible GPS device. GPS watches have acceptable GPS quality for lap times and consistency metrics. Precision GPS sensors have great GPS quality and the ability to add LITPro Premium.
"I've used the Litpro for about a week now. I've already shaved 4 solid seconds off my lap times. In the next few weeks this thing will help me to gain a huge advantage when racing starts back up. Litpro is 110% legit and an absolute MUST HAVE if you're serious about racing."Bill F.
"I’m simply blown away by the amount of data given and how it makes me push harder. This is an awesome mix of being a fun tool and a great training tool."Troy F.
"This tech has so many features to help your riding. We love using it! From a weekend warrior to elite rider this is incredible stuff to make you faster by being smarter."Dean P.
"I couldnt be happier with my Litpro! No more guessing if you are improving or where you have the most opportunity."Paul H.