With the cobblestones of Paris-Roubaix on the horizon, the UCI has given Scope’s new Atmoz real-time tire pressure management system approval for professional road racing, offering mid-ride control over your tire pressure. Deflate your tires as you ride for improved comfort & grip over the roughest secteurs, and reinflate as you ride for improved handling & efficiency on smooth asphalt. Scope Atmoz real-time tire pressure management system
c. Scope Dutch wheel maker Scope has unveiled the Atmoz, an all-new real-time tire pressure management system that gives riders on-the-fly control over their tire pressure to optimize control & efficiency over variable road surfaces. Press a remote control button on your handlebar and you can add or remove air pressure in your tires as you ride to optimize performance no matter what type of surface you encounter.
“ With easily up to 30 wattage of reduced rolling resistance, combined with improved comfort and safety in rough and wet conditions, this product will be revolutionary for the cycling industry “, according to Scope. Tech details
Details remain thin on the newly unveiled Atmoz tech, but according to the UCI’s statement, it appears to be more mechanically simple than the compressor-based Gravaa TPMS. It seems to be more of a reserve high-pressure air tank that would release air with each reinflation, via remotely operated valves. That would mean it can only be used to change tire pressure a finite number of times mid-race, before needing to be repressurized.
We do know that the USB-C rechargeable […]