Now you can get your next bike with built-in electronics that monitor how well you do biking tricks.

Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich showed a demo of a BMX bike with sensors attached to it that monitor the motion and position of the bike. It delivered real-time data about a stunt biker’s aerial moves.

It reported instant data on the height that he achieved, the speed of his moves, and other position data. The data was delivered wirelessly from Intel sensors that were built into the BMX bike.

The biker closed by jumping over Krzanich on stage. Now that’s a live demo.

Here’s a video of the biker jumping over the Intel boss.

And here’s another video from the Intel event.

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