SRAM - GX 10 SPEED REAR DERAILLEUR - Sportopia Cycles

SRAM - GX 10 SPEED REAR DERAILLEUR

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R 1,399.00
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R 1,199.00
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RIDE YOUR WAY.
For every bike, there's a rider. A rider who builds it. A rider who knows it. A rider who's always ready to take the bike somewhere new. Introducing GX, the drivetrain for people who love to ride without restraint. From beginner to expert, GX delivers personalized gear choices that take you as far and wide as you want to go. Engineered in Germany with 1x and 2x options, SRAM GX brings the power of riding to everyone, everywhere.

Leveraging the legendary history of SRAM shifting, the GX 2x10 rear derailleur provides incredible shifting speed and precision. EXACT ACTUATION™ technology eliminates slop and shifting variation. ROLLER BEARING CLUTCH™ technology delivers maximum drivetrain stability-even through the most punishing terrain. And with CAGE LOCK™ technology, wheel removal and installation are easier than ever.

Exact Actuation™. When SRAM launched this road technology from scratch they reapplied their MTB proven SRAM 1:1 actuation ratio (shifter cable travel : derailleur movement) for 10 speed rear shifting. EA helps to simplify/stabilize the uneasy act of balancing rear derailleur hanger design, tight cog spacing and exact cable tension. The result: the easiest index shifting system to set up and it stays that way.

Direct Route™. Here's the dirt on middlemen: they suck. That's why Direct Route Technology doesn't have one. Instead, the cable routes directly to the actuation mechanism. Result? Less friction. Less effort. More oomph. Plus it's impervious to cable housing damage. Nice.

ROLLER BEARING CLUTCH™ rear derailleurs deliver maximum drivetrain stability-even through the most punishing terrain. With ROLLER BEARING CLUTCH™ technology, derailleur bounce and chain slap are eliminated without sacrificing precision.

With CAGE LOCK™ technology in the rear derailleur, wheel removal and installation-as well as chain installation-becomes faster and simpler. Just pushing the cage forward to create slack and lock it into place.