- So, who’s getting Eagle AXS then?
Could be dodgy
True, but at least they did go to the trouble of renting and branding a warehouse (as of July 2018, mind): https://email@example.com,9.0835724,3a,29.4y,189.21h,91.71t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1ssrKF-r7-PKnwG_95WAMdyQ!2e0!7i16384!8i8192
Anyway, prices seem to have dropped slightly, €1677 for X01 on r2-bike.Posted 1 month ago
All the rumours seem to point to July?August time.
Also, everything has arrived for mine now…
[url=https://flic.kr/p/2ezHUxw]Elastic trickery[/url] by tom.howard.562, on Flickr
out of interest, i seem to have set both the RD and reverb as ‘master’, meaning the app won’t let me assign them to the same bike, so i can’t play with the button assignments, anyone know how i can restart the whole process? manual says to follow in app instructions, but it isn’t obvious…Posted 3 weeks agojohnw1984Subscriber
Between £1500-£1600 on Bike-Discount. Just need about £1400 then I can get it 🙂Posted 3 weeks agot800Member
To prevent multiple master devices you need to pair all devices on your bike within a single pairing session. For example:
1. Begin the pairing session at the rear derailleur. Press and hold the AXS button until the green LED blinks slowly, then release.
2. Next Press and hold the AXS button reverb until the LED blinks quickly.
3. Next Press and hold the AXS button left controller until the LED blinks quickly.
4. Next Press and hold the AXS button right controller until the LED blinks quickly.
5. Then press and release the AXS button on the rear derailleur to end the pairing session, or wait 30 seconds for the pairing session to time out.
T-800Posted 2 weeks ago
Bike-components.de have 10% off sram at the moment, haven’t tried the code to confirm it works but they have the full boost X01 groupset at 1511.60 euros, so 1360 euros which is £1194.
That’s if the code works, but it’s on the front page so don’t see why it won’t.
Oh and prices are up on r2-bike for the mech and ‘shifter’ – 750 and 200 euros, then another 70 euros for the battery and charger.Posted 5 days ago
No, boost is just a 3mm wider chain line, which I think is all in the chainring on sram stuff. stick on a non boost chainring and you’re good. The boost chainring might even give a better chain line for you.
The 170mm model is more expensive than the 175mm one on Bike-components.de too so watch out for that.
Don’t forget the bottom bracket too.Posted 5 days agosimonbownsSubscriber
UK pricing for the separates has been confirmed to us
Mech – £670
Shifter – £200
Upgrade kit (Mech, shifter, battery, charger – £975
We have X01 170mm Boost groupsets on offer down to £1550 – a little overstocked given that the separates are now on the way, so we’re having a clearout.Posted 5 days ago
Might wait for the upgrade bits and chuck in a 12-speed cassette as well then…I really don’t need 12-speed as the dinner plate is purely due to cocking up the range at the front by going 1x – but I really like 1x and AXS is really appealing. Absolutely no real justification to wanting it other than it appeals…so I’ll probably wait a while longer (and hopefully the requirement will pass as it is a seriously eye-watering price (I know I keep mentioning this but I’m trying to stop myself wanting to buy it due to the cost!).Posted 5 days ago
Bought the full kit in 175 flavour from bike components – my current cranks are 170, but as I’ve recently added 10mm to my fork travel I figure she’ll be right!
Also, I have decided I have to have that multi tool.
Oh and Tom your bike looks mint!
I can’t decide whether SRAM have pulled a fast one here – ie launch with a truly eye-watering price, and then reduce it fairly quickly in order to make you feel as if you’ve got a ‘bargain’.Posted 4 days ago
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