The drivetrain giants continue to jockey for gear-range excellence, with SRAM lobbing the latest volley in its new 52-tooth cassette on its new GX groupset.
But is a bigger gear range really better? We’ve had the SRAM GX Eagle 52 on test for several weeks.
Ever wanted more range out of an Eagle drivetrain? SRAM is back with an increase to 520% across their new GX, X01, and XX1 drivetrains – making them even better at tackling the steepest bits of trail or access road.
Have compatibility questions about these new 10-52t groups? SRAM has answers.
The new GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain gets a 10-52-tooth cassette and carbon fiber cranks.
ROTOR, SHIMANO and SRAM discuss what crankset material is best for power transfer, what length crank arms are most efficient, and more!
One year on SRAM's electronic Eagle AXS derailleur and RockShox Reverb AXS dropper post.
We put together the most detailed guide on the planet with the top models from both brands.
Bike's Senior Editor and world's biggest hypocrite explains why his mixed Shimano/SRAM drivetrain has left him regret-free.
I could have sworn that I only shifted 536 times during my last ride, not 537 times.
SRAM announces an incredibly powerful tool for riders using AXS technology.
SRAM is offering the G2 RS brakes and G2 R brakes with some solid upgrades, increasing power and performance.
Is wireless worth it?
Where AXS shines, in this case, is in the access to data because it removes 'the feels' from any argument about gearing.