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ShredMate - tracks mountain bike jumps, g-forces and trails!

A project in London, UK by ShredMate

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ShredMate is the first cycle computer for mountain bikes that measures jumps, g-forces and detects rough trails automatically.
Backers: 203
Average Pledge Per Backer: £59

Funded: £11,972 of £10,000
Dates: Aug 29th -> Sep 27th (29 days)
Project By: ShredMate
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Latest News

ShredMate mountain bike computer now available after Kickstarter campaign

June 11th - via:
ShredMate, a bike computer that tracks mountain bikers' jump air time and g-forces, among other factors, has shipped all orders to its Kickstarter backers and is now available for purchase in bike shops and direct. (Read More)

200 Backers!

September 26th - via:
We've just got our 200th backer! This really is amazing, we can't quite believe it. Less than 18 hours to go now, please do share the campaign to any of your friends and family - this is their last chance to get one at the special Kickstarter price!... (Read More)

3 days to go!

September 24th - via:
Thank you so much for your support throughout this campaign. There’s less than 3 days to go to let your friends know about ShredMate, and get them on board with the mountain biking revolution! Now that we’re 110% funded, we’re beginning the... (Read More)

We are 100% FUNDED!!!

September 16th - via:
We're absolutely blown away by your support - we went up 25% over the past 3 days! This means, ShredMate will become a reality! We can't begin to explain how excited this makes us! BUT - we're not done yet. With 10 days to go, there's still the... (Read More)

90% funded - we're on the home straight!

September 14th - via:
Thank you for your amazing support - we've just climbed over 10% in a day thanks to an article from Pinkbike. Check it out here. We've only got 10% to go until we're funded and can begin manufacturing ShredMate. Please help us finish strong by... (Read More)

Almost 50% funded in less than 3 days!

August 31st - via:
Thank you for being part of a fantastic start to the campaign! We have just received the Kickstarter “Project We Love” badge, which has got us smiling ear-to-ear! Please share the campaign and help us hit our target in the next few days! Thanks,... (Read More)

Shredmate Computer Will Track Jumps, G-Forces

August 29th - via:
A bike computer with a difference launches on Kickstarter (Read More)

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