SRAM Force eTap AXS review – part 1: unboxing and mechanic’s comments

Released early in April 2019, the new Force groupset by SRAM features the eTap wireless shifting system that has been part of the company’s high-end ensemble, Red, for several years.
Force is SRAM’s ‘budget’ road groupset, weighing slightly more but costing considerably less than Red.

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RIDE Media will present the Force AXS review in instalments, first up:
• Inside the boxes
• Commentary by an experienced mechanic upon his first sighting
• Weights of the Force components (and a comparison versus SRAM Red).

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Big thanks to:
• Paul Wooton and Wooly’s Wheels (82 Oxford St, Paddington NSW)
• Monza Imports (agents for SRAM and Zipp products in Australia)
• PON Bike Australia (agents for Focus)

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Earlier SRAM AXS review episodes:
• Unboxing:
• Workshop:
• Bike and bits…:
• Comparison with 17-year-old 10-speed Campagnolo:
• SRAM Red eTap AXS – the app and sequential shifting:

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Next episode:
building SRAM Force AXS to the new Focus Izalco Max frame.


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