SRAM MultiClics shift buttons allow you to shift exactly on the position you want on the handlebar. This video covers the details, install, and I head out for a test ride with them on the Aspero SRAM Red AXS x1 gravel bike I recently added to the Lama stable!
SRAM MultiClics (Amazon): https://amzn.to/3e51Zki
SRAM Component Compatibility Chart: https://bit.ly/3uJDRtz
GPLama Gravel Bike Build (The Parts): https://bit.ly/3raw8CA
3 thoughts on “Installing SRAM eTap MultiClic Remote Shifters // Gravel Bike Upgrades!”
I know you’ve on to an Aspero 5 – but do you recall how much space there were between chainring and frame.
I am working on an Aspero (non 5) bouild. Looking to fit a 1×11 Grx di2 on it. I have Bern told that 40T is alright, 42T is tight and 44T is a no go. What are your thoughts on that – and du you know if Grx chainrings fit different than SRAM red?
42T is tight. 44 might be possible with DUB Wide. I have no experience mixing GRX/SRAM. Not something I’d do.
I am looking for an all Grx solution. But thought you had a 44T chainring in your SRAM red mullet setup.