Today, SRAM is recognized as a leader in cycling technology, and their components can be found on many of the best road, mountain and cyclocross bikes.
Thanks to in-house innovations like 1:1 shifting and Exact Actuation, and the more recent 1x11 drivetrain revolution, as well as technology picked up along the way thanks to their acquisitions of Avid, Truvativ, and RockShox, SRAM has come to be one of the most dominant forces on the trail today.
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There are three primary front hub axel configurations for mountain bikes. Knowing which model you have is critical information if you’re planning to upgrade your wheels. If you buy a wheel with the wrong hub it wont fit your bike. Each configuration also has certain advantages and disadvantages. Here’s a basic breakdown of the three primary front hub configurations.
Choosing the right stem will allow you to optimize your bike's fit and handling characteristics. Here are some things to consider when making your selection.