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  1. Cleaning the chain and the cassette is not enough. To much lube on the chain will also lead to even more dirt on your drivetrain. Here's how I prepare my mountain bike drivetrain for the muddy races:
  2. Water, mud and salt in the winter, are great enemies of a bicycle drivetrain, namely the crankset, the chain, the cassette and the derailleurs. In the video below, you will find a tutorial on how to prepare your bike for such an extreme conditions.
  3. Sram GX Eagle - 12 speed, 1x drivetrain Eagle Technology from Sram means 1-by optimized MTB components with 12 speed cassette. The system is already available for XX1, X01 and GX groupset. Great news is, that we can get the GX Eagle complete drivetrain for less than 450€ or 550$. Sram GX Eagle cassette The weight of 446 grams confirms the data from website (450 g). 12 speed and 500% gearing range will let you climb pretty much anywhere, as it starts with 10 teeth up to the 50 teeth! I use it with the 32T chainring in the front and I rarely use the lowest ge