Some things that I note are:
- A SRAM Rival with a medium length cage was introduced
- The SRAM Apex arrived, available in two cage lengths
- A new 27-speed SRAM Via 27 was introduced. The 24-speed SRAM Via was rechristened SRAM Via 24
- A new 10-speed SRAM X0 series was introduced. It was available with one of four different coloured flashes; black, red, gold and blue. I was also available in 3 cage lengths; short for Downhill, medium for 2X10 and long cage for 3X10
- A new 10-speed SRAM X9 series was introduced, again available in 3 cage lengths as for the X0. It was available in red, grey or white finishes
- A new 10-speed SRAM X7 series was introduced, again available in 3 cage lengths as for the X0. Its colour was called 'Storm Grey'
- It appears that all the various old 9-speed series were retained. However, the 9-speed SRAM X-0 range was reduced to three colours; Redwin (red), Nugget (gold) and Standard (called 'grey' but really silver).
Finally, it is not entirely clear what the old 9-speed derailleurs were called. For the previous, 2010, model year they were called X-0, X-9, X-7 etc. Note the dashes. In this catalogue they are sometimes referred to with the dash and sometimes without - although the branding on the actual derailleurs does include the dash. Important huh?
- Publisher: SRAM
- Country: USA, with manufacturing in Taiwan
- Date: 2010?
- Derailleur brands: SRAM
- Derailleurs: too many to list