Product DescriptionSRAM X0 bringsThe right gearTo your most heatedTrail battles—anyTerrain and everyTime. Building an X0 bike is a serious, zero compromise endeavor. Only X0 combinesThe highest-levelTechnology options with a styleThat matches you perfectly. A flawless bike needsTo do moreThan just work every ride; it needsTo lookThe part. In additionTo our current colors, we are introducingThe new chrome and polished X0 SILVER, reminiscent of our classic X0 design. Heavy metal look. Crazy light weight. Buil
Date Reviewed: May 8, 2012
Strengths: It's a great setup. Sram has been faithful in helping me out when I had a derailleur issue. I love the way my bike rides. It's an easy to tune system.
Weaknesses: I'd recommend X9 to most people.
I don't have the disc brakes, I got XTR for that.
Bike Setup: Norco Range, it's fun
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