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  • SRAM RED eTapJUNE 21, 2016

    SRAM RED eTAPAERO SETUPOPTIONS

  • TRI eTAP

    A primary goal throughout the development of SRAM RED eTap was to create a shifting solution for triathletes that delivered the lowest weight and best aerodynamics of any electronic groupset available as well as unmatched shifter setup versatility. With shift buttons placed exactly where you want them, on both the base bar and the extensions, you can maintain your position more comfortably while focusing on the road ahead and giving your best effort. Plus, the groupsets wireless shifting not only makes initial installation simple on any bike, it makes disassembly/reassembly for travel far easier as well.

    While setup possibilities are limitless, weve found that there are a few eTap installation options that most triathletes prefer. Here well review popular shift button placement options using SRAM Blips, BlipGrips, and eTap Clics shifter buttons. Regardless of which shift buttons you choose, they all plug into the required BlipBox shifter, so well also look at a few BlipBox mounting options.

    SRAM RED eTapJUNE 21, 2016

  • BlipGrips

    BlipBox

    eTap Clics

    Blips

    SRAM RED eTapJUNE 21, 2016

  • BASE BAR SHIFTER SETUP

    A key advantage of eTap is that Blip shift buttons can be placed on both the aero extensions and base bar. With the ability to shift on the base bar, triathletes can save time getting up to speed after exiting the transition area and execute shifts when riding through tight corners, descending steep roads that require braking, or when climbing out of the saddle. While you can place Blips anywhere you want them on the base bar using the supplied double stick tape, here are a couple of popular options:

    Riders that prefer shifting with their thumbs typically place Blips on the inboard side of the base bar grips, just behind the brake lever mounting point.

    For shifting with index fingers, place the Blips on the underside of the base bars grip area near the brake lever mounting point.

    SRAM RED eTapJUNE 21, 2016

    Blips shown installed on inboard side of base bar handle with tape installed.

  • BASE BAR SHIFTER SETUP

    If you prefer a tape-free Blip setup on your base bar, our optional BlipGrips (available separately) can also be installed in this location and rotated to the position of your choice. Then simply lock them in place using the integrated aluminum clamp.

    Regardless of which setup you choose, the 450mm length Blip wire option is typically best.

    SRAM RED eTapJUNE 21, 2016

    BlipGrips shown installed on inboard side of base bar handle.

  • AERO EXTENSION SETUP

    Most triathletes prefer the plug and play nature of eTap Clics and BlipGrips (both are available separately from the eTap groupset). Either option you choose offers a straightforward installation that doesnt require any tape. In the case of eTap Clics, you dont even need tools, just thread the wire through the extension and press the button into the end.

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    eTap Clics installed without handlebar tape. eTap Clics installed with handlebar tape.

  • AERO EXTENSION SETUP

    BlipGrips can be rotated and positioned in any orientation on the extensions and are easily installed by tightening a single bolt on each grip clamp with a 2.5mm hex wrench.

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    Blip Grips shown with upward oriented Blips on the aero extensions.

  • AERO EXTENSION SETUP

    For riders that want even more installation options, Blips offer the ability to choose any location on the extension to shift from. With that said, the most common mounting options are to place Blips either on the top or inboard side of the extensions for actuation with the thumb.

    For index finger actuation, placing the Blip underneath the extension is generally preferred.

    Whether you choose eTap Clics, BlipGrips, or standard Blips, the 650mm length wire option is typically best.

    SRAM RED eTapJUNE 21, 2016

    Blips shown installed on the inboard side of the aero extension without tape. Blips shown on the underside of the aero extension without handlebar tape.

  • BLIPBOX

    The industry standard quarter-turn mount, used for the most popular cycling GPS units, makes installing the eTap BlipBox shifter unit literally a snap. Included in the packaging for the BlipBox are four different BlipBox mounts to choose from:

    22.2mm mount that clamps to an aero extension

    Rubber band mount made for attachment to a stem, either on top or on bottom

    Curved bottom adhesive pad for mounting on a curved surface

    Flat bottom adhesive pad for mounting on a flat surface

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    22.2mm mount Rubber band mount

    Adhesive backed mounts, curved and flat

  • BLIPBOX MOUNTING OPTIONS

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    22.2mm mount clamped to aero extension Curved adhesive mount under base bar Curved adhesive mount on stem

  • BLIPBOX MOUNTING OPTIONS

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    Rubber band mount on top of stem Rubber band mount on underside of stem

  • BLIPBOX

    Additionally, SRAM makes a number of other options for attaching the BlipBox to your cockpit setup. These include the SRAM QuickView Computer Mount that attaches to 31.8mm diameter base bars near the stem, the Zipp Vuka BTA Mount with QuickView that allows mounting the BlipBox to an aero extension water bottle cage, and the Zipp QuickView TT Computer Mount that attaches to 22.2mm diameter aero extensions.

    With all of these options, there is a way to put the BlipBox just about anywhere you want it.

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    Zipp Vuka BTA Mount with QuickView

    Zipp QuickView TT Computer Mount

    SRAM QuickView Computer Mount

  • SRAM RED eTapJUNE 21, 2016

    FEATURES AND BENEFITS

    Batteries: attached to the components, removable, and super light (24g). Max 60min charge.

    No cables = can be installed on any frame

    Multiple setup options = ultimate customization for your needs

    Easy and quick to install

    Lightest electronic groupset on the market: (77g total for BlipBox & 2 sets of remote shift buttons)

    Competitively priced

  • SRAM RED eTapJUNE 21, 2016

    THE CHOICE IS YOURS

    When it comes to setting up tri bikes with SRAM RED eTap, your imagination is the limit. Whether you choose BlipGrips, Clics, or standard Blips, there are no wrong choices here. Bottom line: Your bike is custom fit to you, so why not have your shifting custom fit as well? Get your race bike dialed in and make it uniquely yours with SRAM RED eTap.

  • SRAM RED eTapJUNE 21, 2016

    PRICING

    PRODUCT PART NUMBER MSRP USA MSRP EU MSRP GBP

    Clics for eTap 650mm Black Qty 2 00.7018.308.000 $110 120 95

    Clics for eTap 500mm Black Qty 2 00.7018.308.001 $110 120 95

    SRAM BlipGrip Aero Pair 00.3018.097.000 $20 20 15

    Blip for eTap 230mm Black Qty 2 00.7018.210.001 $100 95 73

    Blip for eTap 450mm Black Qty 2 00.7018.210.002 $100 95 73

    Blip for eTap 650mm Black Qty 2 00.7018.210.003 $100 95 73

    SRAM eTap BlipsBox 00.7018.235.000 $300 280 215

    AM RED eTap 2x11 Groupset Aero 00.3018.120.000 $1,580 1,475 1,135


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