Check out this launch video describing the all new, more affordable SRAM GX Eagle™ 12-speed drivetrain. Starting at $495 for the group (not including bottom bracket or required XD driver.) The least expensive group (trigger shifter, rear derailleur, crankset, cassette, and chain) weighs in at 1782g. There’s a lighter, slightly more expensive crankset option that brings the group price up to $545 while dropping the overall group weight to 1730g.

# Comments

  • l3eaudacious

    Looks likes early adopter sales of Eagle have slowed down, gotta stop that artificially scarcity.

  • mongwolf

    Ohhhhh nooooo. Looks like the bank account is about to take a hit. =)

  • sissypants

    The cassette is quite expensive compared to the normal GX cassette when comparing X01 Eagle vs. non-Eagle and XX1 Eagle vs. non-Eagle cassettes. But it’s much more affordable and exciting to have something so accessible!

  • Chemandy70

    man, that looks do-able now. when should we expect the other S component company to respond?

  • mapski99

    Love that the prices are coming down, and likely will keep coming down. The video is pretty funny when you consider that they are advertising a 12 speed gearing system by showing them ride downhill. A 1×9 would have been just fine, haha.

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