The SRAM Rival AXS XG-1250 12-Speed XDR Cassette is packed with technology to ensure the smoothest shifting available for road, gravel, and anything in between. X-Range gearing provides a larger range paired with a more incremental progression creating uniform shifting and the perfect gear for every situation. Full Pin technology binds eleven lightweight cogs together to construct unparalleled strength. The modern mounting system for cassettes, SRAM's XDR, ensures future compatibility, allows the use of a 10 tooth starting cog, and shaves grams from drivetrains.
Road bikes are faster and more capable than ever before, and riders are expanding what's possible with drop bar bikes. X-Range is gearing for today's road riding. SRAM completely reimagined road gearing for wider range, more useful and smoother gear progression, as well as smarter shift settings—enabled by AXS. With X-Range, you're always in the right gear.
Full Pin technology uses eleven lightweight, stamped cogs held together with 123 high-strength stainless steel pins. The result: a cassette that's light, durable and a perfect fit for any ride. The open design similar to SRAM's X-DOME cassette aids in mud clearance, giving you cleaner shifting performance and longer component life.
The XDR driver body is a universal mounting system for cassettes that incorporate cogs with fewer than 11 teeth. It allows for lighter and more versatile drivetrains without requiring new rear axle standards, cassette tools or hub redesigns. The XDR interface is 1.85mm longer than XD and is designed for road hub applications.
- X-Range gearing gives you more range and a smoother gear progression, so you're always in the right gear
- Nickel chrome plating for quiet and durability
- FULL PIN construction for durability and light weight
- Designed to work with an XDR driver body
Speeds: 12 Speed
Drive Type: SRAM XDR (Not Compatible With XD)
- 10-30T: 10-11-12-13-14-15-17-19-21-24-27-30T
- 10-36T: 10-11-12-13-15-17-19-21-24-28-33-36T
This product was added to our catalog on May 13, 2022
They wear at a reasonable rate, usually handling three flattop chains around 4k miles each before you start skipping, and they’re fairly quiet when your drivetrain is set up properly.