SRAM have released images and details of a new model rear derailleur that will accommodate cassettes of up to 32 teeth.
Aimed at the booming gravel and adventure cycling markets, the company’s new RED eTap WiFli will also be a popular choice for endurance roadies wanting a wider range of gearing options with SRAM saying the new wireless derailleur will help riders spin up the steepest of hills.
The new derailleur can also be purchased as an upgrade kit with owners to able convert their current eTap road drivetrains to a WiFLi drivetrain. The kit includes the SRAM RED eTap WiFLi rear derailleur, the battery, SRAM XG-1190 11-32t cassette, and a SRAM RED 22 11-speed chain.
Weighing in at 243 grams with the battery installed, the WiFli is expected to retail in Australia for approximately $800 with the upgrade kit around $1200.