Is SRAM Eagle about to go wireless?

Is SRAM Eagle about to go wireless?

SRAM's Eagle eTap might be on the way. Photos posted on Instagram appear to show an electronic version of SRAM's top-tier 12-speed mountain bike group mounted to cross-country world champ Nino Schurter's Scott Spark. SRAM XX1 Eagle groupset review SRAM adds WiFLi tech to Red eTap groupset Wireless electronic shifting for all mountain bike 1x drivetrains. Yes, even yours The leaked images appear to show a battery-equipped rear derailleur paired to a 12-speed Eagle cassette. Even Schurter's own Instagram account offers a potential clue. While not entirely clear, it appears that his bike is without a rear derailleur cable coming from the right-hand shifter. Studying the image shows what looks to be three hoses coming from the left side, which would consist of the front disc brake, fork lockout, and rear shock lockout. That lines up with his RockShox suspension sponsor and its hydraulically-actuated lockouts. Patent drawings SRAM's new cranks ...

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