Sram Doesn’T Do A 1×12 Mechanical Road Drivetrain — So Someone Else Did

SRAM’s Red eTap AXS and Force eTap AXS wireless electronic 1×12 “mullet” drivetrains work really well, offering quick and reliable shifting, easy wireless setup, and heaps of range in a single-chainring format that’s highly appealing to the burgeoning gravel and adventure crowd. However, both setups are also quite expensive, and while the company has long … The post SRAM doesn’t do a 1×12 mechanical road drivetrain — so someone else did appeared first on CyclingTips .

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