An IMU equipped with a 6D lean angle sensor has created another dimension of measuring brake forces depending on how much the bike is cranked into a turn. When the motorcycle is at an angle, then the ABS kicks in gradually, modulating braking pressure on a scale to improve handling at arguably a rider’s most vulnerable moment. Combined ABS brings the rear brake into play at the same time as the front lever is squeezed to optimize stability. Using data from the lean angle sensor, the braking force is constantly regulated between the front and rear of the bike.