There’s an element of the unknown when it comes to running new trail and racing blind. Enduro spec follows suit. X01 Eagle AXS™ utilizes the proven backbone of SRAM 1x™. 500-percent gear range. More secure and longer wearing X-SYNC™2 chainring. The resilience of an aluminum cage, paired with the connected components of Eagle AXS™. Ready for the new gen of super bikes.
The new X01 Eagle™ is SRAM's toughest and most aggressive Trail and Enduro crankset thanks to DUB™ technology. The re-engineered design, employing SRAM's proprietary Carbon Tuned™ lay-up technology, is built tough to handle aggressive lines through rock gardens and big hits wherever you find them.
It’s an all-new derailleur that’s specifically designed and optimized to be motor-driven instead of cable-actuated. AXS™ powered components enable customization and scale to an individual rider’s liking via the AXS™ App. It features a shorter cage for 10mm more ground clearance, with more chain wrap on the cassette to sit slightly further forward, and further inboard from mechanical Eagle™. The Eagle AXS™ derailleur is smart enough to protect itself thanks to its incredibly resilient Overload Clutch. In the event of an impact, the motor gearbox disengages, giving the derailleur freedom to move, and instantly returns back to its position for a seamless experience for the rider. The system is tested to IP69K water and dust proofing standard for creek crossings, mud splatterings and the resulting post-ride pressure washings.
It’s simple. It’s about performance. The pure shifting performance of Eagle AXS™ is the real difference maker. Shift under load, over the roughest terrain, uphill, without changing your grip on the bar. Eagle AXS™ changes your level of control on the bike when you’re under pressure and pushing hard into the red. But more than that, it changes your relationship with the bike. No cable, housing or wires to manage opened up design and engineering possibilities with the Eagle AXS™ controller. Helping us pioneer a completely new shifting experience with new ergonomic touchpoints that take just enough effort to press. Touchpoints that are totally customizable to your preferences, allowing you to choose which button does what through the AXS™ App.
Take a quick look at the new X-DOME™ Eagle™ cassette. The last dangling shred of an argument in favor of a mountain bike front derailleur is now officially dead. Designed for use with our proven, reliable XD™ driver body, this 12-speed, 10- to 50-tooth cassette offers an optimal 500-percent gear range at a considerably lighter weight than 2x systems. It carries with it the X-DOME™ architecture, which, independent tests have concluded, yields the strongest cassettes on the market. New shifting characteristics improve both, inboard and outboard shifting, as well as chain retention. This cassette matches up perfectly in performance and color to X01 Eagle AXS™ enabled componentry.
The strongest system is a chain with no weak links. Eagle™ chain links have a smooth radius, with no sharp edges or chamfers, which yield a significant reduction in noise, friction and wear. This design also allows for a flatter plate, which means more consistent chain riveting and greater overall strength. And it’s also the biggest contributor to the ultra-smooth, precise, durable and quiet performance found in the 10-50 tooth cassette and X-SYNC™2 chainrings. Installation is made easy with a dedicated 12-speed Eagle quick link.
The SRAM battery is the power source for eTap® or AXS™ components. The same power unit is interchangeable between front and rear eTap® AXS™ derailleurs, Eagle AXS™ derailleurs, and the RockShox Reverb AXS™ seatpost.
On the road or at home, the SRAM battery charger contains everything you need for re-charging your eTap® or AXS™ batteries.
|Compatible Gearing:||SRAM 12sp|
- Intended for enduro / trail riding
- System is completely water and dust proof to IP69K
- Eagle AXS™ is designed to work with X-DOME™ Eagle™ cassettes only, providing the most precise, silent, and reliable shift performance available.
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