SRAM’s new X1 is lighter, cleaner, and shifts better than 2×10 systems, and it’s currently the most affordable 11-speed drivetrain available.
SRAM’s new X1 group isn’t just another 1×11 drivetrain, it’s a system poised to impact the whole industry. Here’s why.
eThirteen’s TRS+ Race cranks are a great option for the 5-6” travel segment, but will also work well on any bike where weight and pedaling efficiency are a consideration.
The Xpedo Spry are some of the lighter and more affordable flat pedals on the market, but are they durable enough for you?
If you’re looking for a relatively inexpensive switch to a 1X setup for your cyclocross bike, the Wolf Tooth narrow / wide ring is a solid choice.
Want to make your ride simpler, quieter, and lighter? You should try the Wolf Tooth narrow/wide chainring.
With the XX1 kit, SRAM has basically defined exactly what a purpose-built trail group should be, with a number of designs that will likely become industry standards.
If you haven’t looked at a clutch derailleur, you should. Reviewer Kevin Bazar breaks down the pros and cons of two solid choices, the Shimano XT and the SRAM X9.
SRAM’s X9, 2×10 Drivetrain offers exceptional performance for the price. So take a look (unless you just won the lottery).
This may have been unappealing in the past, but the right 1×10 setup will quiet your bike, improve shifting performance, and increase clearance. Take a look.
SRAM’s X9 10-Speed Drivetrain delivers a ton of bang for the buck.
By slightly lowering the weight and significantly lowering the price of the new Mallet 3, Crank Brothers has raised the bar with their high end, clipless platform pedal.