Test riding on Sram Red eTap Gear with future electronic wireless.
I had the pleasure to ride on a Supersix Evo Hi-Mod Red Etap Cannondale in the beautiful country side of south Tuscany where I live.
Four full days of riding and testing the future electronic wireless shift: I explored Val D’orcia: Pienza Montalcino, Montepulciano, Chianti area: Gaiole, Castellina and all Crete Senesi around Rapolano: Asciano, San Giovanni d’Asso and Monte Oliveto Abbey.
Cannondale Supersix Evo with Sram eTap
I rode so many km in the famous undulating Tuscany hills, feeling like a child with a new toy to play with: a Sram electronic wireless shifting system.
I enjoyed a lot and it was a very GOOD experience. It was supposed to be simple and I confirm the shift is so easy to use.
Change more with less effort and spend less time doing it and believe me that when you ride hills it’s all a shift!!
What i also like about the electronic wireless future is that there are no cables on the shifter so the bike looks very clean.
When I check the bikes before rental I usually test the sound of the gear, I use to say: gear works like a “violin” and in this case I can say electronic gear is like having a Stradivari violin!!!
The only issue is the price, still very expensive!
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