Is SRAM's new AXS flattop chain compatible with existing wide/narrow chainrings? Plus, more follow-up on a reader's question about shifting with limited hand strength
Lennard Zinn put 1x and 2x drivetrains to the test at CeramicSpeed USA's laboratory to discover which produces more friction.
The new SRAM eTap AXS groups allow riders to mix and match components to get wider gearing. Plus, Lennard explains how to preserve tires that aren't seeing much use.
To handle the season's roughest, toughest classic race, riders and teams resort to all manner of tech tricks to smooth out the ride at Paris-Roubaix.
Have a question for Lennard? Please email us to be included in Technical FAQ. Dear Lennard, With my age and market basket of chronic conditions, I have gravitated to longer and longer gearing on my road bike. For now, it’s a Force 1, 42 x 11-36 11-speed. I can get an insignificantly easier gear with a 46 […]
The new SRAM eTap AXS drivetrain features smaller chainrings, a wider cassette range, a novel hydraulic rear derailleur clutch, and much more.