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It’s been known that FSA has been developing an electronic groupset for a year now, since we spotted it at the 2014 Tour de France, and as expected it’s finally been shown to the public at the Tour de France. GCN takes a closer look at the prototype on one of Michal Kwiatkowski’s bikes in this video.
What we know so far:
- The top of the shifter button moves the chain up the cassette, while the bottom shifts the chain down the cassette.
- The system is mostly electronic wireless, however there is a wire connecting front and rear derailleurs.
FSA isn’t giving out anymore details until Eurobike in late August.