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Sram Red eTap Groupset - Sale Special £899.99 @ Merlin Cycles
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Sram Red eTap Groupset - Sale Special £899.99 @ Merlin Cycles

£899.99£949.995%Merlin Cycles Deals
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Posted 9th Mar

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£50 saving over the nearest competitor for the excellent Sram Red eTap groupset, which is a bit naughty calling it a groupset as it's just the gears no brakes like other groupsets but still a good deal for what is widely claimed as the best electronic bike shifting available.

Only the short cage available at this price, but if your in the market for an upgrade and don't need the long throw for a 32 sprocket then this is for you.

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Guess it'll be coming down even more in the coming months too considering they've updated it.
YouTalkinToMe5 m ago

Guess it'll be coming down even more in the coming months too considering …Guess it'll be coming down even more in the coming months too considering they've updated it.


I suspect this will also be the case, but right now this isn't a bad deal if you're in the market for an electric groupset and don't fancy shimano. This is wireless so great if you want to upgrade an old frameset.

Have some heat OP.
Pure laziness on my part but are the shifters compatible with shimano rim brakes?
hotrod21 m ago

Pure laziness on my part but are the shifters compatible with shimano rim …Pure laziness on my part but are the shifters compatible with shimano rim brakes?


Yes
Got mine on the cycle to work scheme for the 40% saving
Works fantastic !
Got some on my Domane. Great gears and integraated disc brakes.
Only short cage RD left, so restricted to cassettes with a smaller largest cog (fine for rolling/flat, but not so for your regular 20-35% rides IMO, but YMMV of course).
Will this fit my 2006 Specialized ladies shopping bike?
tawse5715 m ago

Will this fit my 2006 Specialized ladies shopping bike?


Assuming it's a flat bar then no, you'd need an MTB groupset instead although handily Sram have recently announced their first MTB electronic drivetrain:

hub.chainreactioncycles.com/lat…st/
Recently took the plunge on a Synapse DI2. I did look at the etap version but ended up plumping for di2 as I wanted a 34 on the rear as I’m doing the Fred Whitton in May. I do like the ability to charge without the bike a bonus for etap. For me di2 has been great with faultless shifting. Good price however for a great groupset. How much is it if you add in the hydraulic disc brakes?
fergee1 h, 9 m ago

Recently took the plunge on a Synapse DI2. I did look at the etap version …Recently took the plunge on a Synapse DI2. I did look at the etap version but ended up plumping for di2 as I wanted a 34 on the rear as I’m doing the Fred Whitton in May. I do like the ability to charge without the bike a bonus for etap. For me di2 has been great with faultless shifting. Good price however for a great groupset. How much is it if you add in the hydraulic disc brakes?


The WiFli HRD is £1,349 (merlincycles.com/sra…tml) - that's a lot of money, but it's still a 29% saving which isn't to be sniffed at. It's the same price at a fair few stores, for now.

I also think the prices for this generation eTap Red will go down a bit more, and whatever comes out as eTap Force (next range down from Red) will hopefully be at a very similar price but there's no real way of knowing. I think that the more unusual combinations such as hydraulic and/or WiFli will go out of stock first, so if you want one then get one now, just în case.
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