CycleAT is designed for use on both motorcycles and bicycles
The aluminum/nylon-bodied sensor units weigh about 30 g (1 oz) each, and are made in high- and low-profile configurations
The sensors measure not only air pressure (up to 200 psi/14 bar) but also temperature, wheel rotation and orientation
An "in-line fill" feature allows the sensor units to remain attached while the tires are being topped up, with the pumped-in air passing right through them
Using the app, riders can check the pressure and temperature of the air inside their tires, along with their speed and wheel alignment
Although tire pressure monitoring systems are becoming increasingly common on four-wheeled vehicles, they're still quite the rarity on two-wheelers. RDV Labs, however, wants to change that. The San Francisco-based startup's CycleAT system is designed to continuously monitor the air pressure in motorcycle and bicycle tires, relaying that information to the rider's smartphone in real time.
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