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SRAM AXS unboxing and installation

Old 03-20-19, 06:56 AM
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SRAM AXS unboxing and installation

I made a quick video of a SRAM XO1 AXS kit I recently swapped out from a mechanical SRAM XO1 shifting bike. It's pretty sweet technology!

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SWEEEEET!....great vid. I've been using Di2 for years - love it! Of course, it's not wireless but it really has made riding more fun/effective.

I may have missed it in your video, but what prompted your move to e-shifting? - Have you used it before, did colleagues persuade you, are you just trying something new?
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SWEEEEET!....great vid. I've been using Di2 for years - love it! Of course, it's not wireless but it really has made riding more fun/effective.

I may have missed it in your video, but what prompted your move to e-shifting? - Have you used it before, did colleagues persuade you, are you just trying something new?
This is a bike I worked on for a customer at the bike shop where I work. The customer just wanted to have the electronic shifting on his MTB as he has eTap on his road bike and really likes it. This is the first one I got my hands on and played with and it's pretty cool. Love the shifter feel.
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