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Here's what the disappearance of PowerTap might mean

SRAM has discontinued the PowerTap range. Is this the end for the hub- and pedal-based power meters or a whole new beginning?

What wireless Rival eTap AXS might mean for SRAM’s mechanical groupsets

Spoiler: It's probably not a good omen.

New SRAM Red eTap AXS Max rear derailleur goes bigger on range

Climb every mountain, search high and low

Nerd Alert Podcast: Wireless for everybody!

Recent filings with the US Federal Communications Commission reveal that Shimano’s next generation of Dura-Ace Di2 will be at least semi-...

An upgrade that’s twice as heavy as stock? Sign me up.

Because lighter isn’t always better

State Bicycle Company Undefeated Road review: Back to aluminum basics

A workhorse budget aluminum road racer in need of more appropriate build options.

Ten products I loved in 2020: Iain Treloar

This year’s been a swirl. Sometimes – oftentimes – it’s felt like a bathtub draining, spiralling, threatening to suck me down the plughol...

Ten products I loved in 2020: Caley Fretz

Bikes are an escape. Or they should be, anyway. When they're not, when kitting up feels monotonous and pedalling the same loop becomes we...

SRAM doesn’t do a 1x12 mechanical road drivetrain — so someone else did

SRAM’s Red eTap AXS and Force eTap AXS wireless electronic 1x12 "mullet" drivetrains work really well, offering quick and reliable shifti...

Updated 11-speed SRAM Red eTap rear derailleur adds Orbit pulley cage clutch

SRAM quietly updated its Red hydraulic disc-brake calipers several months ago, and it has now snuck another component redesign under the ...

From the Top: How SRAM was built

SRAM is credited with having three co-founders, but Stan Day is the man who planted the seed. And you could very well are argue he is the...

Radical SRAM crankset patent incorporates three rotating derailleurs

Is bicycle shifting about to get some entirely fresh technology? A recent patent application shows that SRAM has been hard at work design...

Bikes of the Bunch: Saffron Frameworks stainless steel forever bike

In this week’s Bikes of the Bunch, we look at a lovely lightweight and timeless custom steel ride from the London-based builder Saffron F...

SRAM ups the ante with new 10-52T Eagle 12-speed cassette

As the first 12-speed drivetrain offering on the market, SRAM’s Eagle drivetrain, with its 500% gear range, firmly drove a nail into the ...

The many bikes of Tom Pidcock: Road, CX, MTB and gravel

Triple threats aren't limited to the entertainment industry -- they exist in the sporting world too. There are many examples of triple th...

SRAM Force eTap AXS goes big with new wide-range gearing options

SRAM is filling a conspicuous gearing hole in its Force eTap AXS 12-speed wireless groupset with the introduction of a new wider-range 10...

2021 Specialized Diverge gravel bike: first-ride review

Specialized has overhauled the Diverge for 2021. The third iteration of Specialized's modern-day gravel bike arrives with a plentiful lin...

SRAM debuts new MultiClic remote shifters and wireless Zipp AXS aerobars

Not a big fan of the SRAM Blip remote shifter buttons for the eTap and eTap AXS wireless road drivetrains? While the idea was always soun...

New SRAM AXS Web portal analyzes power, gearing, and tire pressure data

SRAM’s AXS wireless groupsets have long been paired with a dedicated smartphone app to help users customize their shifting setups, but th...

SRAM quietly rolls out Red hydraulic disc brake caliper update

SRAM’s flagship Red eTap AXS road groupset was originally launched with the same one-piece forged aluminum hydraulic disc-brake calipers ...

Tech gallery: The little things at the 2020 Santos Tour Down Under

Details, details. Oftentimes, it's not the big things that separate pro race bikes from amateur ones; it's the attention paid to lesser t...