You asked. We listened. eTap® is now available for Force®. SRAM Force eTap AXS™ offers the key features of RED eTap AXS™—modern gearing, advanced chain management, and easy personalisation—in a more affordable package. Exploring new limits has never been easier. SRAM Force eTap AXS™—Simply Beyond.
Road kit listing includes:
- Force AXS rear derailleur
- Force AXS front derailleur
- Force AXS shift-brake controls (for rim brakes)
Combining the tradition of mechanical rim brakes and the precision and efficiency of modern electronic shifting, SRAM Force eTap AXS™ shift-brake levers are fully wireless and fully personalisable. Classic is now new.
The SRAM Force eTap AXS™ front derailleur is AXS™ enabled for easy personalisation. The redesigned derailleur offers better rear-tire clearance—for those that explore all roads—and works perfectly with all chainring combinations. No compromises; never miss a shift.
One rear derailleur to rule them all. The SRAM Force eTap AXS™ rear derailleur is designed for both 1x and 2x systems. It capitalises on X-Range™ gearing technology for enhanced range and chain management and features larger pulleys for improved durability and efficiency. Strong, smooth, quiet and AXS™ enabled.
SRAM AXS™ enabled, allowing easy personalisation
Orbit™ chain management technology keeps the drivetrain quiet and secure
A single rear derailleur for all gearing combinations, including 1x and 2x
Larger X-SYNC™ pulleys for increased durability and efficiency
Elegant and streamlined form for more rear-tire clearance
SRAM Yaw™ trimless cage technology with an optimised cage profile for new chainring combinations
Simple and intuitive eTap® shift logic
Customizable fit with Reach Adjust™
Large SRAM eTap® shift paddles provide positive controls for rider input
For use with mechanical rim brakes
About The Brand
SRAM’s founding was based on one man’s dream to create a more fun, efficient, and faster experience on a bicycle. Today, SRAM delivers that same passion for improving the experience as well as expanding the potential of cycling through new technological innovations.