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    Providing seamless, accurate and reliable gear changes to take your performance to new heights, the SRAM RED eTap Road WiFLi Groupset is the ideal addition to your ride if you’re a discerning rider, potential racer or even a seasoned pro. Thanks to a reduction in cables, this groupset is lighter than any of its predecessors, whilst also producing a more streamlined, aerodynamic capability that keeps you rider faster with less effort.

    With well over 500,000 miles of testing, including multiple Grand Tours, eTap is ready for the road. The system connects via SRAM proprietary AIREA wireless protocol. This system uses incredibly secure 128-bit encryption, similar to the one used by cash point machines, so security is not an issue.

    The difference between standard SRAM RED eTap and WiFLi is the 2 x drivetrain capability with a wide-range cassette, allowing for a rear derailleur with a 32-tooth cog, whilst the short cage eTap rear derailleur maxes out with a 28-tooth cog. This provides the rider with a wider range of lower gears - ideal for higher cadences and easier hill climbing than a traditional 2 x drivetrain.

    If I’m interested in climbing more, why would I not just change over to a triple chainring system instead? Well, SRAM RED’s entire ideology is faster shifting with more precise and reliable changes, and front derailleurs don’t shift as accurately as rear derailleurs. To counter this addition of weight of a further front chainring, SRAM boast that adding larger cogs to the cassette will not just cut down on weight, but improve reliability.

    The rear derailleur comes in at a stunning 243g with the battery, which is just 4g heavier than the short-cage eTap, whilst the entire system with 11-32 cassette and a few extra chainlinks is only an extra 50g in total. An extra 50g for easier hill climbs and greater accuracy than short-cage eTap, and definitely a weight and performance advantage compared to a triple chainring? It’s a no brainer.

    SRAM's eTap system is compatible with all SRAM 22 cranksets, chains, chainrings, brakes and cassettes and the IP67 standard means it is both dust and water-tight when submerged to a depth of 1 metre for 30 minutes.

    Both the front and rear derailleur batteries are included. These batteries are interchangeable and provide up to 1000 kilometres of riding per charge. The included USB battery recharger brings the batteries up to capacity in just 45 minutes and the system automatically powers up or goes into sleep mode when the bike is moving or stationary.

    Includes:
    • SRAM RED eTap Shifters
    • SRAM RED eTap WIFLI rear derailleur and battery
    • SRAM RED eTap WIFLI front derailleur and battery
    • SRAM RED eTap charger and cord
    • SRAM RED eTap USB stick and quick start guide

    Key Features:
    • Provides an easier level of climbing compared to standard short-cage rear derailleurs
    • Batteries can be fully charged in 45 minutes
    • YAW front derailleur technology eliminates trim
    • Compatible with The Garmin Edge 1000 for live shift notifications
    • Race-car inspired shift logic
    • Up to 1000 kilometres of riding per charge
    • AIREA™ connectivity preventing interference
    • Designed to work with SRAM PowerGlide™ and PowerdomeX™ cassettes
    • Designed to work with SRAM X-GlideR™ 11-speed chainrings
    • Limitless aero configurations
    • Replaces standard drop bar shift levers

  • SRAM Red eTAP WiFLi Road Groupset Reviews

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    Customer Reviews (3)

    5
    Absolutely outstanding - best upgrade ever!

    I asked Tredz to fit this group set to a new bike. They did a fantastic job and I have now settled in with the new system. It is. Simple and intuitive. Once you master the two shift buttons (not difficult) the system works perfectly. It won't shift if it doesn't feel right which make you think about your gears more but in a positive way. From a visual point of view it is minimalist and functional. The batteries are good and charging takes only an hour or so to get to full charge. Absolutely worth it.

    I asked Tredz to fit this group set to a new bike. They did a fantastic job and I have now settled in with the new system. It is. Simple and intuitive. Once you master the two shift buttons (not difficult) the system works perfectly. It won't shift if it doesn't feel right which make you think about your gears more but in a positive way. From a visual point of view it is minimalist and functional. The batteries are good and charging takes only an hour or so to get to full charge. Absolutely worth it.

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5
    5
    Next level shifting

    You can tell Sram have put a lot of thought in to this groupset. Neat interchangeable batteries for the mechs, intuitive, F1 style shifting and no cables to worry about (excluding the brakes obviously) Very easy to pair and set up. Compared to other brands it's good value too. Very impressed.

    You can tell Sram have put a lot of thought in to this groupset. Neat interchangeable batteries for the mechs, intuitive, F1 style shifting and no cables to worry about (excluding the brakes obviously) Very easy to pair and set up. Compared to other brands it's good value too. Very impressed.

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5
    5
    slick upgrade

    Waited for the wifli version as i have a 32 rear. Set it up myself after watching a few youtube vids. It comes with everything you need inc new brake cables and sleeves. Getting used to the different function of the levers is not a thing. Its pretty intuitive so far. Only downside i can find so far with the way the levers work is when you hit a hill and ultimately want to shift the rear down a few gears so you can switch from the big to small ring. normally i do this at the same time with mech gears, but i find myself delaying the changes slightly with etap. it might just be that i need to get used to it because of the way you switch the front mech with both levers. Other than that - very slick, looks and sounds the berries. I moved from sram force22. kept the current crankset and just replaced the rear n front mech plus levers. Looks like i saved a couple of hundred grams with the change to etap.

    Waited for the wifli version as i have a 32 rear. Set it up myself after watching a few youtube vids. It comes with everything you need inc new brake cables and sleeves. Getting used to the different function of the levers is not a thing. Its pretty intuitive so far. Only downside i can find so far with the way the levers work is when you hit a hill and ultimately want to shift the rear down a few gears so you can switch from the big to small ring. normally i do this at the same time with mech gears, but i find myself delaying the changes slightly with etap. it might just be that i need to get used to it because of the way you switch the front mech with both levers. Other than that - very slick, looks and sounds the berries. I moved from sram force22. kept the current crankset and just replaced the rear n front mech plus levers. Looks like i saved a couple of hundred grams with the change to etap.

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5

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