Anyone know when SRAM plans in updating their red group?
This is set to release in (very) early april. Or was that last april? Has anyone used this group yet?
Tirelessly researching for the Salon--
"make the break"
Tim Johnson tweeted this last night...Really tough to keep this under wraps until tomorrow, almost ... on Twitpic
Red that's...uhh...yellow, or is it black? The cost of parts has made me think long and hard about swapping anything but the good news is that it all works well. Multiple bikes and incompatibility are my issues. There'd be a real market methinks for gizmos that make inchangeable bits less complicated and that work just as well. Ninespeed was as close as it got imo.
Qui plume a, guerre a. Ce monde est un vaste temple dédié à la discorde.
Good cyclists are:
Visible, Predictable, Alert, Assertive and Courteous
They also use the five layers of protection available.
Layer 1: Control your bike
Layer 2: Know and follow the rules of the road
Layer 3: Ride in the smartest lane position
Layer 4: Manage hazards skillfully
Layer 5: Utilize passive protection.
Chris, Broussard, LA
anybody other than me see a little irony in this?Some pros, notably Andy Schleck, swapped out standard sized derailleur pulleys for larger ones on the theory that the bigger diameter improved shifting performance. The pulleys on the Black derailleur appeared to be standard size. Or could this just be a cosmetic variation to the Red group?
I buy Inner Ring's take on the resprayed Red: What are SRAM up to?