SRAMcast #5 - Ted King
Ted King may be retired from WorldTour racing, but he isn’t slowing down. King just chalked up his second Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race title and is enjoying every minute of his “retired” pro status. SRAM PR Manager, Michael Zellmann, spoke to Ted at SRAM’s Chicago headquarters earlier in the year to learn more about Ted’s journey to this point and find out where this charismatic racer is headed next.
SRAMcast #4 - Grinduro 2017
Is Grinduro’s race festival format setting a trend for the growing gravel race scene? Find out the answer to this question and experience Grinduro California in our latest SRAMcast episode. We take you there with music from the event and share interviews with Grinduro Planning Squad Captain, Dain Zaffke; two-time men’s pro class champ, Duncan Riffle; and framebuilders Adeline O’moreau (Mercredi Bikes), and Brad Hodges (W.H. Bradford Designs). Pro racers Ted King and Emily Kachorek also make cameos on the show.
SRAMcast #3 - The Road is Going Disc
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<p><br>In this episode we'll explore hydraulic disc brake technology and how its evolution, and recent introduction to road, have impacted riders, their bikes, and racing. The controversy around the advantages and safety of disc brakes has subsided and, with experience, professional and amateur riders are figuring out what mountain bikers have known for years: hydraulic disc brakes are a serious upgrade in speed management.</p>
SRAMcast #3 - SRAM Red eTap
The story behind SRAM Red eTap.
SRAMcast #2 - Why 1x, or, Why are so Many Bikes Coming with Fewer Gears?
SRAM 1x (pronounced “one-by”) has its roots in mountain bikes, where it has redefined function, simplicity and chain security. Less is more! And now 1x can be found on the road with SRAM Apex 1, SRAM Rival 1, and SRAM Force 1. Learn more about the function and benefits of 1x as SRAM MTB Drivetrain Product Manager Chris Hilton discusses why 1x is better.
SRAMcast #1 - How can 1x Benefit Your Riding?
SRAM 1x (pronounced “one-by”) has expanded into road riding where it has redefined function, simplicity and chain security. 1x can now be found on the road with SRAM Apex 1, SRAM Rival 1, and SRAM Force 1. Learn more about 1x as SRAM Road Product Manager JP McCarthy walks us through the evolution, features, and benefits for road.