Quarq has launched a major upgrade to the free app that pairs with its ShockWiz suspension tuning hardware. You can save profiles of your bike, suspension, terrain and conditions, and automatically add settings, suggestions and a results snapshot.
Rebound has a dramatic effect on how a mountain bike feels and performs. With today’s app update, ShockWiz offers Suggestions for Low and High Speed Rebound.
If Goldilocks rode a mountain bike she would want her rebound set not too fast and not too slow, but just right. Continue reading Goldilocks Rebound
If a ShockWiz firmware update fails or stalls while updating, the ShockWiz device (hardware) will appear unresponsive. The LED will NOT flash and the ShockWiz app will be unable to detect the device in the normal manner. To correct this issue follow the procedure set out below. Continue reading When A Firmware Update Fails
Fellow riders, coaches, books, blogs and forums will all help you learn about power. But you don’t need to know it all to get started. Try these things on your first rides to get a feel for the numbers. Continue reading Using a Power Meter for the First Time
A common question is “How long does it take to tune my fork or shock?” Like most things with suspension tuning, the answer depends on many factors. The most important one being the number of detections ShockWiz has seen. Continue reading Confidence and What to Ride Next
Tuning suspension is about balancing forces. When one force dominates bad things happen. The adjustments in forks and rear shocks exist to balance the forces that are propelling and retarding the suspension’s motion – so tires stay planted on the ground and you are faster, safer and more comfortable.
Continue reading Tuning Order
There is a lot of variance in how people like to ride and the different styles of bikes for different terrain and disciplines. The Tuning Styles within the ShockWiz algorithms try to account for these variances. Continue reading Tuning Styles Explained