I can see Sram updating the GX line bc it really need it to, specially competing against Diore and SLX in the EOM market. The previous GX derailleur i found it to have a lot of play and it just felt cheap. Something that Sram does so well is the aesthetics, the New GX looks on par with the XO1. IMHO what i don't like is that massive jump from 42T to 52T, they should have release a cassette with better spacing between those gears; or a new cassette altogether with different ratios to have a better cadence. It Is interesting that Sram said customers requested this 52T, i wonder where those customers are from. I ride in the north east USA with a lot of people, some compete in pro levels locally to beginners and i had never heard anyone said i need a bigger cheese plate.
Good Review! The fact that we are one wheels now have a life time warranty makes this a toss up for me. Just one thing any comparisons between the agent wheel set and the Santa Cruz reserved 30 wheel set or any other that may help potential wheel buyers? Thanks
As any one here ridden WE are one Agent wheels with P321 hubs, set and Santa Cruz Reserved wheels with I9 hubs? I am trying to decided between the two, any feed back differences between the two etc besides price. Any feed back is appreciated.