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  1. Components, Wrenching
    The Trek Crockett with Shimano 105 R7000 groupset is an affordable, high-performance pairing for mixed surface riding. Photo: Nick Legan What Is It Shimano's new R7000 105 group brings high-end ergonomics to its more affordable hydraulic road disc brakes while offering a wide range...
  2. General Cycling Discussion
    Driven creates 49% less friction when compared to the market leading chain and derailleur drivetrain, claims CeramicSpeed. CeramicSpeed are aiming to shake up the cycling component world with its new Driven drivetrain. The truly revolutionary concept eliminates the need for both front and rear...
  3. Components, Wrenching
    FSA's recently launched electronic drivetrain, K-Force WE will be available soon. FSA (aka Full Speed Ahead) is known for their innovation and quality bicycle components such as headsets, cranks, bars, stems, and seatposts. But they have expanded their lineup to include disc brakes and...
  4. General Cycling Discussion
    Shifting is a simple matter of one click for easier, one click for harder, and a double click to move the chain on the big chainring. We tracked the progress of SRAM Red eTap wireless electronic shifting drivetrain from development to release to install. The new technology also earned a spot...
  5. General Cycling Discussion
    The first step in the process is pairing the system, so that shifters, front derailleur and rear derailleur can all communicate (click to enlarge). Just as you would expect, SRAM's new eTap wireless electronic shifting drivetrain is fairly simple to set up. That's what happens when you do away...
  6. General Cycling Discussion
    We spent an extended day on this Specialized Diverge with 1x shifting (click to enlarge). If you're in doubt about the viability of 1x drivetrains for road, consider the following list of manufacturers, which SRAM says has committed to spec'ing at least some of its model year 2016 bikes with...
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