Black Friday mountain bike deals – save 35% on the SRAM GX Eagle AXS wireless upgrade kit

Black Friday SRAM GX Eagle AXS deal
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SRAM GX Eagle AXS upgrade kit, 35% off at Backcountry
Save 35%

SRAM GX Eagle AXS upgrade kit, 35% off at Backcountry
Was $633.00, now $409.95
Treat your MTB to the delights of wireless shifting with this 12-speed SRAM GX Eagle AXS upgrade kit. This is the lowest price we've ever seen this tech hit, making it a deal which may well sell out.

We're seeing ever increasing numbers of new mountain bikes coming kitted out with wireless shifting as the price of this excellent tech continues to tumble. This SRAM GX Eagle AXS upgrade kit enables you to turn any conventional 12-speed SRAM drivetrain into a wireless one.

We're big fans of the technology and reckon this is an easy to install upgrade that's well worth investing in, especially at this significantly reduced price.

This particular offer is for US residents only, but for those of you looking at this in the rest of the world, our price checker below automatically updates to show you the current best price wherever you live.  

If you're looking for more deals, you'll probably be interested in our dedicated Black Friday mountain bike deals article. The main event may not have started in earnest yet, but we've dug around for the best off-road cycling deals already available from across the internet.

If you're specifically looking to upgrade your bike, then our Black Friday mountain bike wheel deals article may well be of interest. We also have a dedicated round-up of all the best Black Friday electric mountain bike deals, Black Friday MTB clothing deals, Black Friday MTB shoe deals, and Black Friday MTB helmet deals to help you find those bargains.

Richard Owen
Editor, Bike Perfect

Richard has worked as print and internet journalist for 22 years. He's the editor of the team, having previous been editor of What Mountain Bike magazine and written for,,, Mountain Biking UK, Cycling Plus, as well as many other magazines and websites. Rich has been riding mountain bikes for over 30 years and mostly likes hitting flowy yet technical trails that point downhill. A jack of many trades, Rich has competed in cross-country, enduro and long distance MTB races, not to mention also now adding gravel to his riding repertoire. A resident of North Devon, he can mostly be found pedaling furiously around his local trails, or slightly further afield in the Quantocks, the Mendips or Exmoor. 

Current rides: Canyon Spectral:ON, Jamis Faultline A1, Vitus Substance VR

Height: 176cm

Weight: 70kg