• Suspension tuning order plus icon minus icon
  • 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 s... See more
  • Confidence and What To Ride Next plus icon minus icon
  • Confidence, which is displayed as a percentage, assesses the quantity of detections observed by ShockWiz during a ride session. Confidence is calculated by looking at the number and spread of the c... See more
  • Ride Sessions and Iterative Tuning plus icon minus icon
  • When using ShockWiz it is important that you understand; what a Ride Session is, and the process of Iterative Tuning.  A Ride Session is a period of time where ShockWiz is collecting data on the su... See more
  • Tuning Styles Explained plus icon minus icon
  • On a mountain bike, suspension tuning can seem more of an art than a science. Once you start to achieve a good tune, aspects such as personal preference and how you want to use your bike become imp... See more
  • ShockWiz 101 plus icon minus icon
  • In this article, we will try and clear up a couple of common misconceptions about the basic usage of ShockWiz Data storage: All data collection and analysis is performed within the ShockWiz device ... See more
  • How do I tune a full suspension bike with two ShockWiz? plus icon minus icon
  • Tuning a dual suspension bike with two ShockWiz devices simultaneously is the quickest way to dial in your ride.  The process of using two ShockWiz is very similar to using one. Installation and ca... See more
  • How do I tune a full suspension bike with a single ShockWiz? plus icon minus icon
  • Using a single ShockWiz device and swapping it between the front and rear suspension, is no less effective than using two simultaneously. The only disadvantage of using one device is the added time... See more