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    Just saw some cool new stuff...

    That should probably be posted in one of the manufacturer forums but no one looks at them. It will definitely make people go 'hmmmmm'. I guess I'm not really supposed to say much but it's out there being ridden so why not. SRAM Red...etap...hydro...12 speed. New chainring sizes tool. The bike I fiddled with had 45/36. And a 10 cog. It's a little smaller high gear than 53 x 11. I think the big cog was a 28, didn't really look. The calipers are a little smaller, and the chainrings definitely look different compared to current SRAM road but are a design I've seen before. Release date should be real soon.
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    Just saw some cool new stuff...

    This clearly belongs in the SRAM Manufacturers forum.
    Can't you read?

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    Oooooooohhhhhh, SRAM 12 speed Etap. Sounds like SRAM is one upping Shimano and Campy again.
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    Fast forward to 2030; SRAM has just introduced their new 18-cog cluster.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by No Time Toulouse View Post
    Fast forward to 2030; SRAM has just introduced their new 18-cog cluster.........
    no need. The triple will be "invented" in 2025.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frdfandc View Post
    Oooooooohhhhhh, SRAM 12 speed Etap. Sounds like SRAM is one upping Shimano and Campy again.

    And if you thought eTap 11s was expensive...LOL here comes eTap12. I wonder if they've fixed their narcoleptic derailleurs problem.

    Beyond 11 speed...just go IGH and be done with it. The wheels are stronger, and you don't have to worry about GoatLink nonsense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc View Post
    And if you thought eTap 11s was expensive...LOL here comes eTap12. I wonder if they've fixed their narcoleptic derailleurs problem.

    Beyond 11 speed...just go IGH and be done with it. The wheels are stronger, and you don't have to worry about GoatLink nonsense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frdfandc View Post
    Oooooooohhhhhh, SRAM 12 speed Etap. Sounds like SRAM is one upping Shimano and Campy again.
    They won’t one up them in durability. Lol. Campy had 12 speed first anyway.

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