Shift into the future.
For the Force CX1 groupset, SRAM simplified their shifter and brake levers thanks to the 1xÃ¢â€žÂ¢ design. Removing the front derailleur also means that you get to remove the left shift lever entirely. The right shift and brake lever is more-or-less the same lever as you would get from their standard Force22 group, bringing with it all the technologies youÃ¢â‚¬™ve come to love. The DoubleTap® shift lever controls both up and down shifts. The ergonomics of both left and right shift and brake levers are incredibly comfortable, drawing their ergonomic inspiration from SRAMÃ¢â‚¬™s Red shifters. When things get muddy and wet on the course or on the road, the ErgoFit textured bodies provide better grip and control.
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The CX1 group is excellent. Well engineered, it just works. There were some patched up solution for 1xring setup beforehand but now you have a foolproof system.
Ergonomics is good.
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