Video: How SRAM Red eTap Works

A further look at how SRAM's new Red eTap system works using Luke McKenzie's bike.

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Luke McKenzie will be one of the first few pros riding SRAM’s new electronic group set, the SRAM Red eTap, during the Ironman World Championship. Using McKenzie’s bike, SRAM PR Manager Michael Zellman explains how the system works together. The group set will be available in Spring 2016 for the masses. Read about why the eTap will be such a game-changer for triathletes here.


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