Yes, provided you have a rear wheel with an XDR driver body. Replacement XDR driver bodies are available from most wheel manufacturers to retrofit 11-speed road rear wheels. Or, if you are replacing an 8-speed, 9-speed, or 10-speed drivetrain, upgrading your wheelset to one that incorporates a rear wheel with an XDR driver body will allow you to install the groupset on your bike.
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- Can I use SRAM eTap AXS Wireless Blips to perform Multishift with my rear derailleur?
- Where can I find information about my SRAM Rival AXS Power meter?
- What is the new cassette size for the wider range Force eTap AXS?
- What cassette size ranges do you offer for RED and Force eTap AXS?
- Why do the SRAM Flattop road chains have links that are flat on one side?
- Why does the new SRAM RED and Force chain use larger rollers than SRAM’s 11-speed chains?
- Are SRAM eTap AXS road chains more efficient than a typical 1/8” chain with smaller rollers?
- What surface treatment/coating is SRAM using on new RED chains?
- Why is my SRAM Force eTap AXS drivetrain noisy, especially the cassette?
- Do RED chainrings last as long as SRAM’s 11-speed chainrings, or will they last longer?