The biggest tech stories from the last seven days SRAM Red eTap put to the test
It’s here, it’s finally here. After literally years of waiting, we’ve finally got our hands on SRAM Red eTap , and have been putting it through its paces to see if the only wireless groupset on the market can live up to the huge hype surrounding it.
And the good news is that it certainly can. Most importantly the shifting is clean and precise, but the new groupset also hits the mark as having the easiest installation process out there, and with a shift logic that makes more sense than other electronic systems. Shimano introduces automatic shifting
Automatic shifting is on the way for all the Shimano Steps users out there
Ok, so it’s not the next generation of Dura-Ace, but it’s still quite interesting that Shimano has introduced automatic shifitng on its Shimano Steps e-Bike groupset. What’s more, this has been introduced through a firmware update, so existing users can upgrade at their own leisure in the comfort of their own homes.
The system works by detecting your speed and cadence, shifting into an easier gear if they drop too low, and shifting into a […]