Fortunately, the wait is over for the new SRAM XX1 Eagle AXS DUB Groupset, bringing the wireless, electronic shifting to free your ride of unnecessary cables and a programmable new feel when you're on the bike.Compared to mechanical Eagle groupsets, the Eagle AXS derailleur is 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. It's also raised by 10mm to afford better ground clearance. A two-clutch system offers a whole new safety mechanism with an overload clutch that protects your geared motor by disengaging the motor all together in the event of an impact. After impact, the derailleur automatically reengages and shifts back.Upfront on the shifter, SRAM integrates intuitive buttons for shifting and programming to your needs. The shifter pairs with the rear derailleur on a tamper-proof network using both Bluetooth and ANT+ and connects to head units and SRAM's AXS platform. The derailleur can run for 25+ hours from a single charge, and the battery is the same as used on the RockShox Reverb AXS dropper post, while the shifter uses a single watch battery.SRAM's XX1 DUB compatible crank, Eagle chain, 10-50 tooth Eagle cassette, 34t single chainring complete the group, although a bottom bracket is not included.
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