The SRAM Red Yaw Bicycle Front Derailleur - 2012 is designed to rotate in line with the chain to improve shifting speed and enhance precision, whilst the slim spring design eliminates frame interference. Made from a strong and durable blend of aluminium and steel, it also has an integrated chain spotter which protects your frame and adjusts independently of the derailleur itself. - L.M.
If ordered before 9pm, delivered by courier next working day. Available on orders placed before 9pm (2pm weekends and Bank Holidays) for delivery next business day. Applies to most delivery addresses within mainland UK.
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Great product and super fast delivery Cheers
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Impressively, that trick Yaw feature with its non-parallel pivots genuinely works as advertised, too. We made sure to spend appreciable amounts of time in every possible gear combination and there's simply no cage rub up front and no trim needed. Even better, since SRAM have cleverly tackled that issue by selectively angling the cage itself, the engineers didn't have to artificially widen the cage plate spacing (thus sacrificing shift performance) to scuttle the rub.The combination of the stouter new chainrings, pin and ramp designs borrowed from SRAM's XX mountain bike group, and the awesome new front derailleur with its stiffer steel-and-aluminum cage yield what is far and away the best front road shifting to come out of the Chicago company. Even when cranking out of the saddle uphill and at a low cadence, the chain faithfully and smoothly moves from chainring to chainring.
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