A Stroll Around Eurobike with SRAM Road A Stroll Around Eurobike with SRAM Road

A Stroll Around Eurobike with SRAM Road

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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Eurobike is truly global. Last week’s show in Friedrichshafen, Germany, brought together more than 45,000 trade visitors from 111 countries and 1,883 journalists from 45 countries, as well as tens of thousands more consumers on public day. SRAM Road was proud to be part of the show taking part in countless conversations about our exciting product lineup including Force CX1, Rival 22 and our new lineup of HydroR hydraulic rim and disc brakes.

 

SRAM’s new booth proved a popular destination filled with innovative products and a one of a kind World Bicycle Relief espresso bar.

For 2015, we will have four new complete hydraulic road (HydroR) groupsets – RED 22, Force 22, Rival 22, and Force CX1 -- featuring a broad complement of hydraulic braking options for both rim and disc brake bikes. Each delivering on the promise of braking confidence and security that brings speed control and stability to a new level.

Pinarello DOGMA 65.1 Hydro with RED 22

Walking around the Eurobike show floor you come across gems such as this Pinarello DOGMA 65.1 Hydro featuring SRAM RED 22 with HydroR hydraulic disc brakes.

 

Ridley NOAH SL with RED 22 and Zipp Firecrest

This Ridley NOAH SL Features SRAM RED 22 with Zipp 404 Firecrest wheels with Beyond Black decals. The SRAM RED 22 groupset features 52/36 chainrings as well as SRAM’s ergonomic shirt and brake paddles featuring SRAM DoubleTap® shift technology.

 

Raleigh Militis Team

This Raleigh Militis Team bike looks shart with SRAM RED 22.

Stevens Ventoux

SRAM Force 22 compliments this Stevens Ventoux frameset. Force 22 is purpose-built with the main technologies from RED 22 including Yaw™ front shifting.

 

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