13 June 2018 | By Noxy
ShredMate, the first bike computer to track your jumps has completed production and is now in stock for next day delivery. The team at ShredMate smashed their Kickstarter target last autumn and have fulfilled all their Kickstarter pledges. The team are now excited to launch ShredMate to the public and bike retailers.
ShredMate combines a motion sensor with specialized algorithms to give you exciting new information about your riding. The small sensor attaches to your fork and connects directly to your smartphone via Bluetooth to track your ride on the ShredMate app, so that you can view your:
- JUMPS - ShredMate locates and measures your jump air time – and landing g force. By training to reduce your landing g force you will improve your flow on the trail.
- G FORCE - ShredMate detects peak g forces – tight corners, g-outs (and even the odd crash!). ShredMate displays these g forces on the map.
- ROUGH TRAILS - ShredMate automatically detects when you’re riding a rough trail. ShredMate lets you view each trail separately, so that you can view detailed telemetry for the sections of your ride that matter the most.
- SPEED - ShredMate shows your route as a trace that changes colour depending on how fast you go. Red for fast, green for slow.
Chris, ShredMate founder and developer said “A couple of years ago I was teaching myself how to jump on a mountain bike, but found no way of tracking my progress. We decided to fix this problem by developing ShredMate. Once we added the motion sensor to track jumps, it became clear we could do so much more. Through careful optimization of our algorithms, ShredMate can track g-forces, detect individual trails and measure your jump landing g-force. By training to reduce your jump landing g-force, ShredMate can help improve your riding.”
ShredMate is available for just £70 ($94 USD, $122 CAD)
Suitable for iOS and Android