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1 x 12 Road Kit Guide

1×12 Road

What’s it for?

The 1×12 Road kit allows you to upgrade your SRAM 1×11 drivetrain to close ratio 1×12 using SRAM’s road AXS* 12 speed cassettes (Red*, Force*, Rival* and XPLR*) and SRAM Flattop* chains. These cassettes have proprietary, variable sprocket spacing, so the 1×12 Road kit is specific to these SRAM road 12 speed cassettes.

What’s in the kit?

In the kit you’ll find a 1×12 Road ratchet for your SRAM road shifters and a set of 12 tooth jockey wheels for your SRAM road 1x derailleur. These jockeys allow you to run SRAM’s Flattop* chains, which are a requirement of the road 12 speed cassettes. Our jockeys run on long-lasting stainless Enduro bearings.

1×12 Road Compatibility:

Derailleurs

  1. SRAM 1×11 from the Force 1*, Rival 1* or Apex 1* groups
  2. SRAM 1×11 MTB with Ratio cable fin
  3. SRAM Apex XPLR with Ratio cable fin
  4. SRAM Apex Eagle
  5. SRAM 2×11 GX

Shifters

  1. SRAM 11 speed road all models
  2. SRAM 10 speed road (using Ratio Cable Spool)

Cassettes

  1. SRAM road AXS all models (Red, Force, Rival and XPLR)
  2. e*thirteen Helix 9-45t
  3. SRAM Eagle all models
  4. All third party 12 speed cassettes

Chains

  1. SRAM Flattop all models
  2. SRAM Eagle all models
  3. Shimano 12 speed

Chainrings

  1. Ratio Ring
  2. 1×12 Flattop chainrings
  3. 1×12 chainrings
  4. 1×11 chainrings

Green – Recommended

Amber – We’ve tested some of these and, for derailleurs in particular, some options will be an issue. These issues are related to jockey wheel clearance and total derailleur range of movement.

Red – Not recommended

*AXS®, DoubleTap®, eTap®, SRAM®,SRAM APEX®, SRAM EAGLE®, SRAM FORCE®, SRAM RED®, SRAM RIVAL®, X0®, X01®, XX1® are registered trade marks owned by SRAM, LLC. Eagle™, Exact Actuation™, GX™, NX™, SRAM APEX 1™, SRAM Force 1™, SRAM RIVAL 1™, S-series™, SX™, WiFLi™, X-Actuation™,  XD™, XDR™, XPLR™, XX™, Zero Loss™ are trademarks of SRAM, LLC. The use of these trademarks in the table below is for informative purposes only, and all trademarks remain the property of SRAM, LLC.