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SRAM Unveils New Ride Data Tool Called AXS Web

SRAM has unveiled a new web tool for its AXS wireless groupsets and older 11-speed-era RED eTap components called AXS Web that’s free to use, allowing cyclists to analyze their ride data online. Moreover, the new tool will also sync with Shimano Di2 electronic groupsets as well. 

According to SRAM, cyclists can pair their AXS or Di2 derailleurs, TireWiz or virtually any other sensor to their Garmin cycling computer, which in turn will unlock a host of data features like combine speed and route mapping, as well as other ride metrics such as shift counts, time spent in each gear, tire pressure, heart rate, power and more.

Additionally, SRAM says cyclists needn’t have the AXS app running while they’re riding, as the bike’s components can sync data directly to their computer, storing it as part of their ride profile.

Other features include low battery alerts, post-ride data information outlining nominal power output, tire pressure and total shifts. Moreover, the tool will also provide metrics from any brand of power meter that’s capable of paring with a Garmin computer.

SRAM says compatibility with Wahoo computers is in the works.

Lastly, AXS Web also provides cyclists with a portal to ask SRAM questions about their equipment and view other cyclist’s questions and responses in order to better analyze their ride data. 

 

 

 

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