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About this app

ShockWiz is a tuning assistant for air-sprung mountain bike forks and rear shocks. It combines sensor hardware and this app to improve suspension set-up for all terrain and riding styles. ShockWiz is compatible with most air-sprung suspension forks and rear shocks, from many different manufacturers.

Why ShockWiz? Many mountain bike riders don't understand what their suspension adjustments do, or how to tune their suspension for best performance. ShockWiz's finely-tuned algorithms automatically determine what settings should give you the best ride possible.

ShockWiz is designed for all mountain bike riders, regardless of your riding style or how much suspension travel your bike has. It works on hardtails and dual suspension bikes.

- Finely tuned algorithms deliver easy to use recommendations
- Tune for your riding style: Cross-country, Trail, All Mountain or Downhill
- Detect undesirable characteristics such as pogo, pack-down and bob
- Assess shock health — how well your suspension is set up for you
- Calculate air time
- Recommendations are displayed on the intuitive app
Updated on
May 5, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info and App activity
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

97 reviews
Emil G
August 16, 2022
App looks like it's made in a high school project. Most free apps have better design. Does not look like the app for a 300$ device. But OK it functions, and the feedback is very cool but I miss access to raw data and a data meter (showing how much data had been collected). Some times I ride for a day, and it seems that it almost hasn't gathered any data (e.g. jump count=2). I would like some measure of number of data points, not the confidence bar %, which tells me very little.
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June 4, 2020
Hi, the app will not connect via bluetooth without location services being enabled which I am not willing to do. I remember that this was not the case for previous iterations of the app. Can you tell me what the functional and technical requirement is for shockwiz/the app to capture location data as I assume it works flawlessly (as it has before) w/o this data? [EDIT after Dev. response] Thanks! However I installed V 8.0.0 today and am running Android 9 and had no troubles connecting via BT
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June 4, 2020
Hi CB, Android users on 5.0+ must have location services enabled in order to connect to their ShockWiz devices. This is a requirement from Google for any app connecting to a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) device. Rest assured that our app does not collect or use your location at all.
Mark Visser
July 6, 2021
Stats don't save when you download a ride to a profile. Was in direct contact with them about this back in October 2020, and they said in November 2020 that they identified the issue and have submitted a request to get it fixed. Also, the user interface is a bit confusing from time to time. For example - ride logs are called profiles which you can then upload (or is it download?) back onto the shockwiz.
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What's new

Fixed login bug