Quarq, SRAM’s data and digital technology brand, is pleased to offer the ShockWiz suspension tuning system for sale in the United States of America, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand beginning February 15, 2017.
ShockWiz, designed for air-sprung mountain bike forks and rear shocks, combines high-tech hardware with an intuitive smartphone app to tell you how your suspension is performing – and how to make it better.
Lightweight, waterproof, durable and powered by a long-lasting coin cell battery, ShockWiz automatically records and evaluates suspension performance every time you ride. The ShockWiz app displays straightforward adjustments that unite bike, terrain and riding style. The easy-to-understand analysis shows you exactly what needs to be adjusted.
ShockWiz works for all mountain bike riders, regardless of their experience or bike’s intended use. It is compatible with most brands of air-sprung forks and rear shocks, from many different manufacturers.
Although simple to use, ShockWiz is an amazing tool, even for professionals.
“Quarq products are designed to do one thing – help riders get the most from their bicycles and themselves,” said Jim Meyer, founder of Quarq. “ShockWiz is no exception. With optimized suspension, mountain bike riders can go faster, smoother and longer. And now anyone can confidently step into the world of suspension tuning.”
SRAM acquired ShockWiz from Dusty Dynamics, an Australian startup that invented the device and sought backing on crowd-funding platform Kickstarter. The companies co-developed ShockWiz and delivered 500 units to Kickstarter backers in October ’16.
ShockWiz is being manufactured at SRAM’s ISO 9001-certified facility in Spearfish, SD (USA), alongside Quarq Power Meters, Quarq Qollector and the software platforms QuarqNet and Quarq Race Intelligence.
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