SRAM Cockpit Tour - Neilson Powless

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Friday, February 17, 2017

When you're riding and racing in all conditions, cold hands can mean loss of dexterity and strength. Thanks to eTap's simplified paddle shifter design, even cold-weakened hands can shift flawlessly and easily. That's one of Neilson Powless' favorite parts about SRAM RED eTap. In the latest SRAM Cockpit Tour, the Axeon Hagens Berman rider takes us through his set up. He explains his stem length choice, hood position, and why he decided on his current build. For a list of detailed specs and up-close photos of Neilson's bike, head over to his recent bike profile.

For more SRAM Cockpit Tours, tune in to this YouTube playlist.

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