Love Ekar’s 13-speed cassette options, but prefer SRAM lever ergonomics? Your wish has been granted.
Fox just launched a new gravel fork that comes in 40 and 50mm travel options. Here's how it compares to the RockShox version. We rode both, and give you our feedback here.
SRAM owns multiple hardgood brands, like Zipp, Quarq, and RockShox. This is its first clothing brand.
SRAM claims battery life at between six and ten years for most riders. The new button shape is quite similar to a Shimano Di2 sprint shifter.
Differences between chain lines of Campagnolo, Shimano, and SRAM disc brake setups.
The family of SRAM cycling components and accessories now includes full component groups, wheels, power meters, pedals, and now bike computers.
VeloNews technical expert examines brand cross-compatibility of brakes and drivetrain components.
VN tech ticker: SRAM quietly adds backward compatibility for 11-speed eTap, FloSports to broadcast Tour de France Femmes
Here's what's making cycling tech headlines on Thursday, November 11.
Williams is offering the biggest prize purse in U.S. cycling at a new criterium in Sacramento
Into the Lion’s Den powered by SRAM will kick off on October 30.
1x derailleurs and cassettes, RockShox suspension fork and dropper post with suspension, and Zipp wheels all purpose built for gravel.
Lennard Zinn answers questions about dating Campy components, SRAM chainring compatibility, and tolerances for new TRP brake rotors.
More tips and tricks for limiting high-speed wobble, mixing drivetrain components, and more.
Without the restraints of cables, electronic shifters can be put anywhere. But is that a good thing?
Zipp 858 NSW also gets updated with new Cognition V2 hubs.
Here's what's making cycling tech headlines on Friday, May 28, 2021.
VeloNews technical expert Lennard Zinn takes a deeper dive into finish line cameras, offers suggestions about SRAM drivetrain batteries, cardiac health and prevention, and oversized derailleur pulleys.
SRAM eliminates rim-brake and mechanical shifting options — but adds a power meter — with new Rival group.
I appreciate the ergonomics, the simplicity, and the price. I just wish SRAM provided remote shifting options.
Technical FAQ: 12-speed chain compatibility, internal cable routing, and carbon fork replacement schedule
Tips for mixing Campy and SRAM drivetrains, internal cable routing, and how frequently to replace a carbon fork.
Technical FAQ: mixing and matching SRAM drivetrain components; more on Campy crank bolts; racks on carbon frames
Mixing 11- and 12- speed SRAM eTap shifters and derailleurs, 11-speed chainrings on 10-speed drivetrains, and mounting a rack on a carbon frame.
The announcement comes after Cardinal Cycling Group acquired Time's bike and frame business. The two businesses will operate separately.
Gravel drivetrains exist, but do they really need to? Ben Delaney and Dan Cavallari discuss the merits of a dedicated gravel groupset.
Our technical expert offers advice about SRAM front derailleurs, and shoes for those with differing foot sizes.
VeloNews technical expert examines using Mastik tape and tubeless sealant with tubular tires, how to adjust a SRAM front derailleur, and more.
Our technical expert answers questions about pro teams tracking flats and muddy, icey SRAM chains woes.
Lennard offers advice for solving fork vibrations, and troubleshooting SRAM battery drain.
Technical FAQ: SRAM eTap battery fix, carbon bikes on trainers, wide pedaling angle, tire rolling resistance
Tech expert Lennard Zinn offers suggestions on how to fix shifters, if it's OK to ride a carbon bike on a trainer, and optimal tire setup.
Lennard offers advice about how to secure a carbon frame into a workstand; discusses SRAM AXS drivetrain cross-compatibility; how to re-align rear derailleur hangers.
Bike brands and riders have taken to social media to express their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and their support of racial equality in the wake of George Floyd's death.
Lennard Zinn instructs on how to deal with a misaligned mount, addresses the advantages of tubeless tires, and explains the sailing effect when riding with the wind.
We answer reader questions about eTap battery drain, and what cleaners are safe for bike finishes and can also be used as disinfectants.
Lennard answers questions about rebuilding a Serotta - Schwinn Paramount with a new fork, mixing and matching Shimano and SRAM components, and making a mathematical correction.
Analyze data from a variety of sensors to make informed decisions about bike setup and ride execution.
Keep your Shimano Di2 or SRAM eTap AXS drivetrains properly adjusted with just a few steps.
How to mix and match SRAM chainrings, chains, shifters and cassettes, and also how to unfreeze a frozen bottom bracket.
Force eTap AXS works quite well for gravel when it's warm and dry. But what about in snow, ice and sub-zero temps?
Component makers first produced electronic shifters in the 1990's, but in the last decade, the technology became ubiquitous in cycling, from the Tour de France to the weekly group ride.
For SRAM, an opportunity is born — and for Campagnolo, a moment of reflection. What does Movistar's move to SRAM mean for component manufacturers?
The Spanish WorldTour team moves to SRAM components and Zipp wheels in a two-year deal that also sees both women's and men's teams transition to disc brakes.
As the decade comes to a close, tech editor Dan Cavallari and editorial director Ben Delaney reflect on what tech developments changed the bike industry in the last ten years — for better and for worse.
A reader survives a crash with an automobile, but his steel bike does not. How should he go about repairing the bent frame? Plus, mixing SRAM Rival and Campagnolo Record components.
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.
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The new SRAM eTap AXS drivetrain features smaller chainrings, a wider cassette range, a novel hydraulic rear derailleur clutch, and much more.
In the wake of spy photos showing a new SRAM eTap group, it looks like world champ Wout Van Aert is riding the new components as well.
SRAM's Eagle GX and Shimano's Ultegra groups are new products that apply top-level technology to more affordable products.
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.