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Has the single-ring drivetrain finally matured to road worthiness? We think so.
SRAM's new wireless electronic group is here, though it's not exactly wireless for triathletes.
Shimano's Di2 electronic shift system has been a favorite of ours since we first wrote about it in 2011. A lot has changed since then, and we wanted to publish an update on Di2 as it relates to triathletes.
Segmented housing has been a relatively fringe product for many years. But new offerings including Jagwire's Links system that promise to bring this awesome technology to the main stream.
We take the new 11-speed mechanical group through its paces. What's the story on a top-end mechanical group in a world going electrical?
A few years ago, SRAM didn't even make a road group. Now they have perhaps the most respected cabled drivetrain on the market. This is the new Red.
Ultegra Di2 TT components are built around the new E-tube system and will be compatible with upcoming 9070 Dura-Ace Di2. Read on for the whole scoop.
You've seen reviews of Shimano's electronic group from the roadies - here's our in-depth look from the triathlete's perspective.