SRAM’s new AXS Web allows riders to track and view shifting profiles, gear use graphs, and other data from their ride, which could offer a couple interesting ways to analyze bikepacking routes…

SRAM AXS just got an interesting upgrade. AXS Web is a web-based tool that allows riders capture data from their AXS drivetrain to better understand and track their ride. In addition to drivetrain data, AXS Web also interfaces with SRAM’s other data enabled devices—including power meters and tire pressure sensors—and will also collect and display ride data uploaded through Garmin head units (and eventually Wahoo).

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AXS Web allows riders to analyze information specific to shifting, gear use, power zones, and tire pressure. Ride maps are also available for display. SRAM notes that this allows riders to learn more about how their bike is working for them and consider adjustments. The gear profiles and shifting info are particularly interesting and could be useful for analyzing and fine-tuning the gearing range needed for particular bikepacking routes. This could be especially valuable for ultra-endurance racing and training.

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To connect and review data, connect your AXS Web account to your head unit account and upload the files. AXS Web can also be setup to send relevant system push notifications, including low battery warnings, to the head unit or a smartphone.

Learn more about AXS Web over at



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