Bosch has developed a motorcycle stability control (MSC) system that supports the rider during both braking and accelerating and while either riding straight or cornering. The system provides assistance by continuously monitoring the current dynamic state of the vehicle with sensors. This forms the foundation of MSC’s brake control technology to enhance vehicle safety and stability in a dynamic situation.

Also, MSC serves as a core basis to enable a wide range of value-added functions for increased safety, comfort, and performance. MSC technology will bring not only wide-ranging value-added functions such as cornering traction control, but also future functionalities for motorcycles such as adaptive cruise control (ACC) in advanced rider assistance systems (ARAS) when combined with a radar sensor.


brake control

technology supported by the detection and calculation of vehicle dynamics

Core basis to enable a wide range of

value-added functions



even during cornering