SRAM X01 Eagle AXS wireless drivetrain first ride review

SRAM X01 Eagle AXS wireless drivetrain first ride review

SRAM's new wireless mountain bike drivetrain has 12 gears, uses two clutches, can be paired with the new Reverb AXS dropper post and will cost £1,900 / $1,900 / €2,000 for the X01 version. For those that have been following the cross-country World Cup or visited any kind of bike related website, then SRAM’s new electronic mountain bike drivetrain is no big secret. SRAM Reverb AXS wireless dropper post review SRAM Red eTap AXS HRD review We first saw it aboard Nino Schurter’s bike when the World Cup circus visited Stellenbosch, South Africa in early 2018, and although it’s been in the wild for some time now, details have remained rather thin on the ground. After five years in the making though, it’s now ready to be released to the public. So I disappeared off to the rock-riddled trails of Tucson, Arizona to find out more about SRAM’s new Eagle ...

Read on Bike Radar


More Like This

Card image cap

SRAM Eagle AXS: Wireless shifting and a matching dropper seatpost

View
Card image cap

RockShox Reverb AXS wireless dropper post first ride review

View
Card image cap

Is SRAM Eagle about to go wireless?

View
Card image cap

SRAM Eagle eTap wireless mountain bike groupset spotted

View
Card image cap

2019 SRAM Red eTap goes 12-speed

View
Card image cap

SRAM Red eTap AXS first-ride review: More than just another sprocket

View
Card image cap

3T launches full bike range equipped with SRAM 12-speed

View
Card image cap

Sram launches all new Red eTap AXS 12-speed

View
Card image cap

SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain review

View
Card image cap

Archer Components D1x wireless shifter first look and weights

View