SRAM Red eTAP Wireless Shifting
After more than four years cloaked in an air of secrecy that even the NSA would consider excessive, SRAM's long-rumored wireless electronic drivetrain made its first official appearance at the 2015 Eurobike show, dominating the headlines. We wrote extensively about the new SRAM eTap, so we won't go into too much detail, but if it works as well as SRAM says it does, this could be the new electronic benchmark for the big three component manufacturers. Expect to pay about $2,700 for the entire group of components when the eTap becomes available in spring 2016.
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