2014 SRAM X0 Hubs

Date Aug 28, 2013

SRAM has just announced that they will be producing the first hubs to sport the X0 badge, to go along with the recent release of the X01 1×11 drivetrain. The hubs are adaptable to various standards and available in 28 or 32 hole drilling. Previously SRAM’s hubs stopped at the X9 level. Details from SRAM below…


Finally, a hub worthy of the X0 name. Built to roll over the toughest mountain terrain, the SRAM X0 Hub proves that being solid doesn’t mean being sluggish. From pawl tooth to side cap, we went the extra mile on the X0 Hub—so you have less to worry about on the trail. DOUBLE TIME™ ratchet design gives you smooth 6.9-degree engagement—all while keeping everything light and steady. Super-precise SPEEDBALL™ bearings mean lower resistance, faster revolutions and no more time spent readjusting play.

SRAM, X0, XO, hub, XD, XX1, X01, hubs

The X0 rear hub will weigh in at 250 grams with either the XD or 10 speed freehub body.


Versatile hub – light enough for XC, strong enough for All-Mountain
New DOUBLE TIME ratchet mechanism for durable, quick engagement
SPEEDBALL precision cartridge bearings for light, smooth action. No play adjustment needed for simplicity and convenience.
3D forged hub shell with SEEKER angled flanges for durability and fewer broken spokes
Convertible to all axle types, except DH
Available in XD or 10-sp driver body
Available in 32 or 28 holes
Sand-blasted black with red label
Glossy black with silver accents
Weight: 130g (front), 250g (rear)

SRAM, X0, XO, hub, XD, XX1, X01, hubs

The X0 front hub will weigh in at 130 grams. Available in any colour you want as long as it’s black.

X0 hub Front US$197.00 €181,85
X0 hub Rear   US$364.00 €336,00

Lots of engagement points, super light weight, and no oddball proprietary bits… could you see the X0 hubs gracing your ride?

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