SRAM Introduces the "NEW" SRAM X7 2×10 Group

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THE RIGHT GEAR

For the first time SRAM offers the right combination of matching SRAM X7 components. SRAM X7 features 2X10 drivetrain, X-Glide front shifting, Exact Actuation, new PowerGlide cassette ratios, carbon cage rear derailleurs, new S1400 crank offering and Avid Elixir R brakes.

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SRAM 2X10 is becoming understood by riders of all levels and segments by delivering a full range of usable gears,
less weight and faster and smoother shifting. We build on this with choice, and a strong materials mix aimed at mid-level XC to entry level downhillers and freeriders.

source: Tyler Morland
RockShox & Avid PR Manager
www.sram.com

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  • Francois RDT says:

    Finish looks like shimano old-school (2003) blue plastic. I’m not sure about how I feel about it. The gruppo seems nice, but what is this carbon cage (higher level part) with blue plastic? Good thing they made the 2×10 technology available on less-expensive gruppo. Eager at seing the X9. Maybe the 2×10 style will suit it better, I think.

  • Steve says:

    I wish they would produce the 2 X 10 for the GRIP SHIFT — a much better set up for COLD WEATHER RIDING. No fumbling around with click shift while wearing cold weather gloves. SRAM must realize the opportunity to make money from this set up. The click shift riders could look down on it; and the rest of us could just enjoy the simplicity and accuracy of grip shifting. To each his own; according to preference. Some like white wine, some red, some both.

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