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FSA Electronic Groupset Spotted at the Tour De France

photo credits @ Twitter 

It’s been long-rumored that FSA has had an electronic groupset in the works. But, despite these rumors, there have been no signs of the illusive groupset, until it was spotted onboard Tinkoff-Saxo’s Michal Kwiatkowski’s Specilaized – at this year’s Tour de France.

From what we can glean from the video, the groupset has the following features:

– a top shifter button moves the chain up the cassette, while the bottom shifts the chain down the cassette.
– the system is mostly electronic wireless, however there is a wire connecting front and rear derailleurs.

Perhaps next month’s EuroBike will provide more clues as to whether or not the groupset will each production anytime soon.  

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