SRAM X01 Eagle AXS DUB Groupset

SRAM X01 Eagle AXS DUB Groupset
SRAM X01 Eagle AXS DUB Groupset
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X01 Eagle AXS DUB Groupset by SRAM
Take your steed to new highs with SRAM's new X01 Eagle AXS DUB Groupset. This sleek, electronic grouppo packs in 5 years of research and development, bringing a fully wireless setup to your ride, with technology that soars beyond our wildest dreams. Now, we've been a bit suspicious that this groupset was on its way, after all we have been spotting it on the steeds of some of SRAM's top riders over the past year, but its technology largely remained on the hush until now, with its release to the market, granting us with the opportunity to dial our rides with fully programmable shifts, with lightweight, durable construction, and the cleanest setup in the cockpit that we've seen to date. Since SRAM had its electronic expertise dialed with Etap, the first thing we wanted to know was just how much it had in common with its predecessor. Just like on Etap, you'll have a fully wire-free setup, with no need to search for a spot to store your battery -- simply bolt on your shifters, rear derailleur, and pair things together. That's largely where the similarities end. Naturally, the shifters are all new, and because the demands on mountain bikes can be a bit more strenuous, harsh, and jarring, SRAM took a bit of what its designers already have learned about electronic shifting, and made some serious updates to handle the rough and rowdy conditions on the dirt. This includes a two-clutch system (we'll get into this later), and a whole lot more torque. Etap spins at 50,000 RPM, but to get things dialed for the trail SRAM builds the AXS rear derailleur with enough torque to spin 80,000 RPM for booking it down steep and quick descents. Compared to mechanical Eagle groupsets, the Eagle AXS derailleur has been contoured around the frame design a bit more. This translates to increased chain wrap, which improves both load distribution and durability, reducing wear and tear on your chain and cassette for better longevity of components. Dually, this new positioning offers a whole 10-...

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