We take an in-depth look at the strengths and weaknesses of SRAM's wireless eTap drivetrain — on the whole, it's a terrific group that
SRAM unveils a new iteration of its eTap wireless shifting system that integrates hydraulic disc brakes.
As the Big Three component manufacturers make way for Rotor and, soon, FSA, pros and consumers have more choices than ever.
Felt is one of the first companies to offer bikes with SRAM eTap, Rapha unveils updated Brevet kit, and 7mesh shows off spring apparel.
SRAM continues to bring single-ring drivetrain options to the masses with a low-cost option for road and gravel riding.
New SRAM mountain bike brakes combine the power of Guide models with a lighter-weight package for XC riders.
SRAM introduces an even less expensive 1x drivetrain option for mountain bikers, the NX group.
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SRAM's tech experts come to the VeloNews office to show us how their new eTap electronic wireless group is installed.
SRAM's revolutionary wireless electronic shifting was well worth the wait.