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Three brands. Infinite ways to gravel.

The XPLR collection from SRAM, RockShox, and Zipp celebrates a new era of drop bar riding with three product sets to make gravel yours. Every upgrade works great by itself or all together. So pick a path, or mix and match galore. After all, gravel is what you make it.

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Built for today's riders, XPLR components provide more comfort, control, and capability.

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Tackle rugged and variable terrain on a drop bar bike.

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Go ahead and take the long way home.

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All the right steps.

Tailored to the needs of drop bar riders, SRAM’s new 1x-specific XPLR AXS wireless drivetrains target a gearing sweet spot. With a 10-44T cassette and matching derailleur, you get big range for gravel climbs and tight jumps for fast riding on road.

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Give gravel some travel.

RockShox brings the party to gravel with a new fork and dropper post. Built from the ground up to gravel, the new Rudy XPLR features enough travel to keep your ride comfortably in control when curiosity takes you off the beaten path. Matched with the fresh Reverb AXS XPLR, we’ve created a gravel specific design complete with built-in compliance to really open it up on new terrain.

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Roll with it.

Zipp smoothes your ride with a purpose-built gravel wheelset. The 101 XPLR arms gravel cyclists with more control and durability over harsh terrain, providing a smooth ride quality that helps reduce rider fatigue.

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