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Red eTap AXS Front Derailleur - 2023

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $344.00 Original price: $430.00
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Red eTap AXS Front Derailleur

The new RED eTap AXS front derailleur returns with SRAM's excellent Yaw pivot design for trim-free cage operation. It rotates slightly when shifted into the small ring improving shifting while also preventing chain rub, no matter what cog it's on out back. It also features an optimized cage profile for the new close-ratio (33/46, 35/48, and 37/50) X-Range front chainring combinations for smooth and quick shifting. Made from a combination of aluminum, steel, and composite, it offers the best durability and the lightest weight. It's completely compatible with existing eTap batteries and gravel riders rejoice: its battery placement is streamlined to allow for more rear tire clearance which SRAM claims is up to 700c x 42mm.


  • A responsive, precise electronic front derailleur
  • The new design provides more clearance for rear gravel tires
  • AXS enabled for easy personalization
  • SRAM Yaw cage design optimized for the new chainring combinations
  • Compatible with existing eTap batteries (sold separately)
  • Item #SRM00GX
aluminum, steel, composite
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Mount Type
SRAM AXS Force, Red 12-speed
Claimed Weight
5.5oz (155g)
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

March 31, 2024

Does the same job Rival AXS does…

This replaced a Rival AXS front derailleur. Installation was the same as setting up a mech front derailleur, even with the setup tool, but configuration was easy. I’m not sure what warranted the extra money. It wasn’t that much lighter, it looked the same as the Rival, which I thought looked better and it shifted the same. I borderline regret replacing my the Rival F derailleur. I could have used the money to get new tires, tools or other bike doodads.

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