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XG-1295 X01 Eagle 12-Speed Cassette - 2023

2.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
Current price: $318.40 - $373.50 Original price: $415.00
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Why We Like The XG-1295 X01 Eagle 12-Speed Cassette

Walking your bike up a hill is a bit like wearing a cone-of-shame—exposed, dreadful, and a bit sad. We stay on our bike and avoid feelings of embarrassment with the SRAM XG-1295 X01 Eagle 12-Speed Cassette. The cassette lets you tackle moderate slopes with the typical 10-42t configuration and then click over to the massive 50t or 52t cog when the pitches start to get the better of you. Although principally designed to help keep your legs turning during power-sapping switchbacks, you also will be able to scorch flatter trails in the 10t cog, making it ideal for lighting up smooth hardpack. The stunning aesthetics of the SRAM X-Dome design not only add class to your drivetrain, but also shed weight and any mud you kick up throughout the day. Crafted to be compatible with the SRAM XD 11-sd driver, the Eagle cassette is an easily mounted workhorse ready for duty.


  • SRAM redefines 1x drivetrain functionality with a 12-speed cassette
  • 500% or 520% usable gear range is similar to double drivetrain ranges
  • X-Dome architecture yields incredible strength-to-weight ratio
  • Precision engineered for exceptional longevity
  • Compatible with SRAM's 11-speed XD Driver body
  • Works exclusively with SRAM Eagle drivetrain components
  • Item #SRM009W
Cog Sizes
10-50t, 10-52t
Cog Material
[10-42t cluster] chromoly, [50t cog, 52t cog] aluminum
Freehub Type
Claimed Weight
12.5oz (355g)
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
mountain bike

Overall Rating

2.5 based on 2 ratings

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Fits True To Size

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4 out of 5 stars

November 23, 2023

Best Upgrade? Yes! Warranty? We'll See

Despite numerous barrel, high/low and b-gap adjustments, my shifting problems still persisted. A month after buying my MTB, I brought it to my LBS to see if they could fix the issue. Their adjustments didn't fare any better. After checking out Pink Bike and other MTB forums, it seems I'm not the only person experiencing this issue. The fix most everyone recommended was to upgrade to the X01 cassette. In April 2023, I bought the X01 cassette from this website hoping the upgrade would be the fix. I'm happy to say it worked and shifting was very much improved. When it came time to bring my MTB in for its 6-month service, the bike mechanic went over the work he was going to do. He looked at my cassette and noticed a tooth was missing on the 52t cog! Needless to say, I was shocked and had no idea when or how that tooth broke off. Curious, I went to SRAM's website and was relieved to find the cassette has a 2-year warranty. After getting my bike back, I notified this site's customer service. I provided pictures of the cassette, its S/N and an electronic receipt. CC customer service responded and said they'd act as an intermediary on my behalf and submitted my claim to SRAM. As I was browsing CC's website, I came across two (2) previous reviews about their SRAM cassettes. With both incidents, each mentioned a tooth had broken off their 52t cog. However, I was disappointed to read that SRAM didn't honor their warranty with each person! Needless to say, that doesn't give me a warm fuzzy about SRAM honoring my claim. I'm hoping they do. Either way, I'll edit my review when I find out SRAM's decision.

Cef C
1 out of 5 stars

August 11, 2023

The largest cog is

I've broke teeth on the largest cog on the cassette. Tried the SRAM warranty. They refused to replace the cassette, so I had to bay a new one. On the second ride I broke one tooth again. The largest cog is made of brittle aluminum and there is no way to replace it.

Andrey C