Meet the hot new bikes already wearing SRAM’s 12-speed eTap AXS groupset

Flagship framesets get the groupset everyone is talking about

The launch of the new SRAM RED eTap AXS 12-speed groupset has made headlines in the cycling world and it comes as no surprise that, following its release, some of the biggest brands are releasing their flagship framesets draped in these exciting new parts.

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Our senior tech editor Warren Rossiter has been riding the groupset for around three months now and has given SRAM’s range-topping product a perfect, five-star review.

Alongside the five-star performance is a five-star price tag, with SRAM retailing the groupset for a whopping £3,349 / $3,648 / €3,618. As you might expect, frame manufacturers have reserved their best — and equally most expensive — models to be paired with the groupset.

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Specialized

Specialized S-Works Venge eTap
Specialized’s S-Works Venge eTap gets the 12-speed treatment
Specialized Bicycles

BMC

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc LTD
BMC’s Teammachine SLR01 Disc LTD is now available with AXS
BMC

Orbea

Orbea Orca Aero M11iLTD
Orbea’s Orca Aero M11iLTD was Warren’s test bike for the SRAM’s new eTap
Orbea

Canyon

Canyon Aeroad CF SLX 9 SL Disc
Canyon has specced three of its bikes with the new AXS eTap including this Aeroad CF SLX 9 SL Disc
Canyon

Pinarello

Pinarello Dogma F10 Disk
Pinarello’s colourful Dogma F10 Disk
Pinarello
  • Pinarello Dogma F10 Disk

Cannondale

Cannondale SystemSix Hi-MOD
Cannondale’s SystemSix Hi-MOD goes wireless too
Cannondale

Trek

Trek Madone SLR 9 Disc eTap
Trek’s 2020 Madone SLR 9 Disc eTap
Trek

Giant

Giant Propel Advanced SL Disc RED
Giant’s Propel (pictured) and TCR Advanced SL Disc RED get the new eTap 12-speed groupset
Giant

Cervélo

Cervélo R5 Disc RED eTap AXS
Cervélo’s R5 Disc RED eTap AXS will now be available with 12-speed fitted as spec
Cervélo

Rose