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Teaser Shot of New Black Sram Red Rear Derailleur

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While Tyler is out in Santa Cruz checking out what’s to come from Avid in the way of brakes, this abstract shot was just leaked on Twitter. Unfortunately, there is no information included with the shot, just “Rumor has it there will be something new from SRAM for the 2011 race bikes…”

More on this as soon as we have it, so stay tuned!

*UPDATE* Full Derailleur shot after the break!

Thanks to California Bike-N-Bean For the Tip!

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BMark
BMark
11 years ago

I’ll bet it’s their new product line, SRAM Fred. Designed to take sidewalk/bike-path racers to the next level of performance. And it only comes in a triple. There will also be a recumbent-specific version available, too.

Nick
Nick
11 years ago

Looks revolutionary!

zak
zak
11 years ago

I bet you don’t know what SRAM does mean in Polish language. It means “I’m shitting” and this is NOT a joke. But what I see here is not a revolutionary engineering. It’s just another SRAM.

Steve
Steve
11 years ago

Wake me up when it is electronic…

fanboy
fanboy
11 years ago

yawn.

no wait…

make that “double yawn”.

I was more excited at the latest Sunrace offerings.

Danno
Danno
11 years ago

I like the Damocles its bolted to

Tommy Nickels
Tommy Nickels
11 years ago

I’m going to hope that there is more than just making the metal part carbon. Maybe on the front of the drivetrain is the electric box we’ve all been waiting for that is pulling this derailleur.

Bryan
Bryan
11 years ago

SRAM RED….. in black

topmounter
topmounter
11 years ago

I’m not feeling very teased.

kcr
kcr
11 years ago

Looks like a tour edition with the regular cage on the bottom. What’s so special?

Daniel
Daniel
11 years ago

Almost looks as good as my black Rival derailleur.

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