SHIMANO Kassette 10-Fach TIAGRA 4700

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SHIMANO Kassette 10-Fach TIAGRA 4700

SHIMANO Kassette 10-Fach TIAGRA 4700

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SRAM introduced its XD freehub standard when it started rolling out cassettes with a 10-tooth smallest cog. It recently ported this design over to the road with XDR, which also allows the use of 10-tooth cogs, but is slightly wider than the road bike standard. Finance is subject to application, financial circumstances and borrowing history. Performance Cycling Limited FRN: 720557 trading as Tredz are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. We are a credit broker not a lender – credit is subject to status and affordability and is provided by Mitsubishi HC Capital UK PLC. Terms & Conditions Apply. Now that 12-speed road bike groupsets exist, cassettes can have a larger range and the jumps between each gear can be relatively small. Gravel bikes are best viewed as a crossover between a road and mountain bike. As such, it’s normal to see them specced with either a road or mountain bike cassette.

If you are specifically using a Shimano HG freehub, you need to consider how wide the cassette you are buying is. Road wheels have slightly wider freehubs than MTB ones – by 1.85mm – and 11-speed Shimano HG road cassettes are slightly wider than 8- or 9-speed ones, again by 1.85mm. It’s important to note that this figure is only indicative of the range of gears you have on your cassette, and is not the same as working out how far you will travel with your chosen gear ratio.

Grayed-out rows in the table below indicate cassettes which were listed in the 2011 catalog but are no longer listed in the 2016 catalog. On the mountain bike side, Shimano uses its Microspline freehub standard for its 12-speed Deore, SLX, XT and XTR groupsets. Please also note that we highly recommend fitting a new chain with your cassette. This is because chains and cassettes wear sympathetically with each other. SRAM eTap AXS rear derailleurs can take up to a 33t for road, and this is denoted by the ‘Max 33t’ written on the inside of the derailleur cage. There is also a ‘Max 36t’ option to pair with the 10-36 cassette, as well as an XPLR rear derailleur, which can take up to a 44t. Campagnolo 12-speed rear derailleurs can accept up to an 11-32. The only exception is Campagnolo Chorus, which can take up to an 11-34.

Some people may wish to use a road bike cassette on a mountain bike or vice versa. Here, we’ll go over why you may (or may not) choose to do so, and look at the compatibility issues both options may present. You will need a long-cage derailleur if you want to use an 11-34t cassette on a road bike. Simon Bromley / Immediate Media Where an 11-28 would have been considered an ‘easy’ training cassette a few short years ago, the smallest cassette available for a Shimano Dura-Ace R9200 is an 11-28. That might not sound like much but, when you consider pro riders would typically ride on 11-23 or 11-25 cassettes, it’s a sizeable difference. For example, at the lower end of the cassette, you can have as little as a one-tooth jump between the early cogs, and still have the range at the easier end. If you were running a 7- or 8-speed system, for example, in the same range, the jumps would be bigger. Unless you’re running a triple crankset, it’s unlikely you’ll want to use a road bike cassette on a mountain bike. Dave Caudery / Immediate Media

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Upgrade your cycling experience today with the AirBike UK 10 Speed Cassette 11-32T – the perfect choice for cyclists seeking an economical and high-performance alternative to mainstream brands. You may be on a racing team which needs to have all the bicycles equipped the same, for easy parts interchangeability and to match pedaling cadences.

Shimano, for example, uses a system it calls Hyperglide, which is engineered to provide smooth shifting. Its latest cassettes have a newer system called Hyperglide+, which Shimano says reduces shifting time by up to a third relative to Hyperglide, and improves shifting performance under power, up and down the cassette. There are new rear derailleurs on the market that are identifiable as being compatible because they have a ‘520% range’ graphic printed on the derailleur cage. SRAM Eagle AXS rear derailleurs are compatible with the new 10-52 cassettes.The AirBike UK 10 Speed Cassette 11-32T is an exceptional and economical alternative to mainstream brands, specifically designed to meet the needs of cyclists looking to repair or upgrade their bike. This high-quality cassette is compatible with both Shimano Cassette 10 Speed and 10 Speed Shimano Cassette systems, as well as Sram. This saves weight and, since it isn’t subject to wear from the chain, the carrier is often made of a lighter material – carbon fibre in the case of Dura-Ace cassettes Shimano’s HG freehub design was the most common option for many years. Felix Smith / Immediate Media In case you're not sure whether your bike has a cassette Freehub or a thread-on freewheel, we have a separate illustrated article explaining how to tell them apart.

As of this writing, Harris Cyclery does not sell IRD cassettes, but they are included here for the sake of completeness -- John Allen. The most common system is the Shimano 11-speed HG-style freehub, which has 9 splines. Most Shimano groupsets up to the 11-speed era used this style of freehub. SRAM groupsets prior to the current generation of 12-speed groupsets also used the same freehub design, although there are a handful of exceptions with the larger cassette ratios on their 1×11 groupsets. For example, SRAM boasts a 520 per cent range with its 10-52t cassettes. How has SRAM arrived at this figure, and how do you work out your gear range percentage? You may sometimes see brands refer to their cassettes as having a certain range in the form of a percentage. IRD has many combinations that are different from Shimano's. Some combinations are rather nice, and others have some uneven steps.If you wanted to use an 11-34 cassette, as well as buying the relevant cassette, you would need to buy a compatible rear derailleur. In this example, it would be an Ultegra R8050-GS or 105 R7000-GS rear derailleur. The GS denotes that these are ‘medium cage’ derailleurs. The same rule applies to Shimano Di2 derailleurs. Proudly designed and hand-finished in the UK, the AirBike UK 10 Speed Cassette 11-32T boasts Hyperglide-style shift ramps for smooth and efficient gear changes. This versatile cassette is designed to replace Shimano and Sram HG splined hub cassettes, fitting MTB, Road, Hybrid and Mountain bikes with ease.



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