Sep 8, 2020 article by Jeremiah Mitchell, images by Nick Salazar

Geeking out about tires is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to optimize your performance out on the road. But it's not just the rubber that matters; tire pressure is a critical part of the equation. SRAM's TyreWiz aims to give you a sharper tool in your arsenal with which to refine that metric. Check out the full review for all the details.

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