SRAM groupset reviews, SRAM component reviews and featured bikes with SRAM components. SRAM is one of the world’s biggest bicycle components manufacturers, producing groupsets for road, gravel and mountain bikes.
Notable products in its expansive lineup include SRAM Eagle mountain bike components, SRAM AXS wireless groupsets for both road and mountain bikes, suspension products under its RockShox sub-brand, including the Reverb dropper post, and Zipp wheels. Below is a list of our SRAM component reviews and features.
SRAM Mountain Bike Reviews and Features
Jolanda Neff’s Trek Supercaliber with SRAM AXS
Nino Schurter’s Scott Spark Silverfish with SRAM AXS
SRAM Level Ultimate Mountain Bike Brakes
SCOTT Spark Supersonic with AXS
Nino Schurter’s Scott Spark European Champion Bike for 2021
SRAM Gravel Reviews and Features
SRAM Component Reviews and Features
SRAM Force AXS Review
SRAM Red AXS Review
ZIPP 302 Carbon Disc Wheelset Review
SRAM’s AXS Web Ride Analysis Tool
Zipp Silver Service Course Bar, Stem and Seatpost
Zipp Explains Tubeless Hookless Wheel Technology
SRAM Brands and Partners
SRAM was founded on a single product in 1987 and introduced the Grip Shift (or twist shift) shifter to the road bike market in 1988. In 1991 that technology was adapted for mountain bikes, and SRAM quickly grew.
In 1995, eager to expand, SRAM introduced their first mountain bike rear derailleur, dubbed ESP, that featured a new and unique 1:1 cable actuation ratio that was more tolerant of cable contamination and easier to set than the competitors. The new derailleur was designed to pair perfectly with SRAM’s ESP Grip Shifters, and this was a critical first step for SRAM toward producing a complete shifting system. SRAM was eager to grow, both by acquisition and product development. By 1997, SRAM purchased Sachs, a legendary German manufacturer with expertise in chains and gearing. Sachs provided SRAM with a group of experienced metallurgists and engineers as well as a successful chain and internally geared hub production line. Read more at SRAM.com.