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May 3, 2021
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New Product: BYB Telemetry v2.0

BYB Telemetry helps users dial in suspension settings based on real-time feedback from their rides. 

Begin Press Release: 

 BYB Telemetry v2.0: professional telemetry system from MTB to MX

Brescia, IT –With the launch of version 2.0, BYB Telemetry has extended its ecosystem, already awarded in the world of mountain bikes, even in Motocross. Again, the compactness, lightness, and ease of use reflect the pivotal points of the system. 

The system detects the motion of the suspension and other dynamic parameters of the bike while riding, allowing riders to base the suspension set-up on objective data, rather than relying on their own sensations and overcoming the existing limits regarding the communication between riders and suspension technicians. 

After the experience gained in the field of mountain bikes, BYB Telemetry has created a kit adaptable to any bike that ensures greater ease of use, reading, and analysis of the graphs obtained, also thanks to the tutorial videos published on BYB Telemetry’s Youtube channel. 

In addition to monitoring the suspension, BYB Telemetry v2.0 now allows increasing the system’s analytical potential thanks to the introduction of two very fast-to-install brakes and wheel speed sensors. 

The brake sensors are custom made and require only a few minutes of assembly. They allow you to evaluate the balance of the cycle and the behavior of both front and rear suspension during braking, in order to improve the overall set-up. 

The wheel speed sensor, compared to the powerful integrated GPS antenna, guarantees absolute precision in terms of speed and distance traveled along the trails. 

This upgrade has enabled us to release a new software feature that allows addressing also the most demanding riders, which allows comparing two different runs managing to identify with extreme precision the points of the track where the rider is slower or faster, highlighting them in green or red. Therefore, both amateurs and riders engaged in any kind of competition will be able to evaluate and compare how different set-ups of their vehicle can affect the chronometric feedback, safety, and driving pleasure. 

Through the smartphone app (Android and iOS) and the dedicated PC software (Win and Mac), every rider will be able to consult the more intuitive new charts, in order to understand the bike more deeply, as well as the difference among different settings. The automatic-tuning, specifically thought for the rental services offered by bike-shops is totally renewed. One click is enough to receive a direct suggestion on how to set up customer’s bikes. From our tests, only three acquisition runs are needed (including relative adjustments after each one) to properly set pressures, rebound clicks, and compression in order to get a well-balanced bike. The overall balance of the bike is investigated also by studying the motion of each wheel by interpolating the characteristic points of the leverage-ratio curve of the bike’s link. The software also allows you to create attractive overlay videos from acquired data and videos recorded from any action cam. 

The software and smartphone app are constantly evolving and characterized by periodic updates, new features, and a lifetime license without any extra fee. 

BYB Telemetry v2.0 is lighter, more compact and even more powerful, despite the increase from 2 to 10 acquisition channels. The sampling rate was brought to 1000Hz and the configuration of the parameters of your vehicle was also integrated within each run. This is a practical register that allows you to keep track of a lot of parameters such as every click on the knobs, custom spacers on the stem, and the pressure used. 

Made of CNC aluminum, the new set of universal mountings improves and simplifies the assembly of the kit on most cross, enduro, and motard bikes. 

BYB Telemetry pursues the goal of making the best-personalized suspension set-up accessible to everyone and for this reason, it has introduced a new bundle, which is suitable for use on both MTB and Motocross. It allows the use of a single acquisition unit and a set of several dedicated sensors. 

All the details on the system and kits are available at: