SRAM GX Eagle AXS is available as an upgrade kit to mix and match with any existing Eagle drivetrain components, and available for just £554.
SRAM GX Eagle DUB Alloy crank is SRAM’s massively popular, best quality and priciest aluminium crank. It was completely overhauled last year and uses the brand’s relatively new DUB axle…
SRAM X01 Eagle DUB Carbon chainset is rated for enduro and uses carbon arms with a structural foam core and the forged and machined X-Sync 2 chainring.
SRAM GX Eagle groupset has been flawless. Extra range proved a welcome surprise, plus it’s smoother pedalling than rivals, silent with positive shifting.
With a price tag of nearly a grand for a derailleur and shifter, SRAM X01 AXS upgrade pack takes the humble drivetrain into previously uncharted waters.
SRAM Eagle X-Sync II chainring is a classic example of a product packing a huge amount of technology that passes most riders by.
Goodbye Guide, hello G2. SRAM have a new trail disc brake. We've tested the SRAM G2 Ultimate and it has alloy rotors, 'Power pads' and improved consistency.
SRAM Guide RE brake is designed to deliver the extra stopping power required by a 20kg e-bike, but it works really well on any regular trail bike.
New 12-speed groupset SRAM NX Eagle breaks new ground with the most affordable wide-range 1x drivetrain yet. Twelve speeds for £365 SRP.
Once fitted to our test bike, our initial impressions of the SRAM Code RSC disc brake were how noticeably firm it felt as you grabbed the lever.
Sitting at the cheaper end of the SRAM range, the SRAM Level is another brake you'll find equipped on many lower priced mountain bikes.
The SRAM Guide RS disc brake has a 4-piston caliper and SRAM's SwingLink lever technology that aims to gives more positive pad contact.
The SRAM Level TLM is aimed firmly at the XC and trail segment and is one of the lightest disc brakes in our test.
SRAM Eagle is the new 1X drivetrain with distinctive 12-speed 10-50t cassette and chain hugging, X-Sync 2 chainring. How does it ride?
There are three categories in SRAM’s wheel range — Rise, Roam and Rail — aimed at, in order, XC, trail and all-mountain applications. However, there is a bit of crossover…
Unrivalled control but comes at a price - £264
Not a bad crank, but it fails to stand out in a very competitive field - £295 (No chainring or BB)
We've just taken delivery of our new SRAM XX1 test bike; here's a low-down of the build