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Campagnolo Record 11 Cassette Campagnolo Record 11 Cassette
A cassette is like a soccer referee--you hardly even know it's there if it does the job perfectly, but it can ruin an entire event if it doesn't. If we keep that analogy rolling, the Campagnolo Record 11 Cassette is a hall-of-fame level official, one that can only really be appreciated after you've had to deal with the crappy dad-refs of the world. The Record 11 is virtually identical to the Super Record 11. The only meaningful difference is that the Super Record features six titanium cogs, the Record features only three, in the three easiest gears, while the other eight cogs are made of nickel-chrome-coated steel. Apart from this, the two cassettes are identical. The Record 11 features the same Ultra Shift technology, which includes things like cog-tooth synchronization (for easy and snappy chain transitions between cogs) and certain shark-fin teeth (to encourage easy upshifting). It's designed to work with ErgoPower shift levers to make shifting 13% easier, according to Campagnolo, and the whole thing weighs just 24g more than the Super Record, a weight gain that's more than offset by the increased durability.
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Campagnolo Super Record 11 Cassette Campagnolo Super Record 11 Cassette
Campagnolo's Super Record 11 Cassette boils down to buttery-smooth and hyper-responsive shifting. Campy's top-tier groupset features Ultra Shift technology, meaning each and every tooth of the Super Record 11 cassette is shaped to perform a specific function. Whether the chain is being lifted or lowered, Ultra Shift relieves pressure on the chain, the rear derailleur, and the cassette itself. This results in unbelievably quick and quiet shifting that you can rely on. The Super Record 11 Cassette is built with both titanium and steel, providing the perfect combination of lightness and durability. The six largest cogs are made out of titanium, lightening the cassette considerably. Because the smallest cogs see more use and thus wear faster, Campagnolo built these with a sturdy nickel/chrome-coated steel. In addition to shaving weight with the 6 Ti cogs, the Super Record 11 cassette features a lightweight alloy lockring and a splined aluminum frame, which also increases the overall torsional stiffness.
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Shimano 105 CS-5800 11-Speed Cassette Shimano 105 CS-5800 11-Speed Cassette
Sure, new Shimano's CS-5800 has 11 nickel-plated steel cogs to give you extra gearing options, but all the gears in the world aren't much good if you can't shift smoothly between them. Shimano optimized the ratios between each and every cog to provide smooth shifting and make sure that your cadence increases or decreases by equal amounts, regardless if you're shifting between the two biggest cogs or the two smallest. No jumps between gears means smooth, easy pedaling, which equals less fatigue and fewer losses of momentum, so those tough hills will float by a little bit easier than they used to.
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Shimano Dura-Ace CS-R9100 11-Speed Cassette Shimano Dura-Ace CS-R9100 11-Speed Cassette
Shimano's groupsets often often miss call-outs for European elegance or relentless pursuit of weight loss at all cost and innovation for innovation's sake, instead earning their loyal following through the incredible dependability and meticulous engineering of the Dura-Ace CS-R9100 11-Speed Cassette. 9100 isn't a typo there, it is, in fact, a newly reworked version of Dura-Ace. When the brand introduces a new groupset, you can be sure it's actually boasting improvements you don't have to be Porte or Stannard to detect on a routine Sunday in the saddle. The latest release of Dura-Ace 9100 delivers subtle, thoughtful tweaks to an already intelligent collection of moving parts, retaining the romance of mechanical shifting that's becoming less common each year. The cassette adds new combinations of gearing options, including expanded options for gearing appropriate to rouleurs, climbers, and the puncheurs who demand the best of both worlds. Shimano saw no need to improve the cassette's feathery construction, trusting the same proven combination of titanium and nickel-plated steel cogs and an alloy and carbon carrier that Dura-Ace 7900 introduced two generations ago. Since Dura-Ace is the top-tier drivetrain in the Shimano road lineup, you might be surprised that only the largest five cogs are titanium. That's because--though it's lighter--titanium is generally more prone to wear than nickel-plated steel, and the smaller cogs are more prone to wear than the larger. Because of these material properties, Shimano only uses titanium where the softer metal doesn't create a significant negative impact.
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Shimano SLX CS-M7000 Cassette Shimano SLX CS-M7000 Cassette
We're not afraid to assert that Shimano is the de facto leader in trickle-down technology. The brand consistently executes progressive changes across its componentry in a methodical, rather than frantic, fashion, then spreads those changes across the rest of its line like a fairy godmother in a familiar story. The brand bestowed this same magic on its redesigned SLX line, turning the workhorse line into a shiny group of moving parts that look and perform far beyond what their price suggests. The SLX CS-M7000 Cassette may not be the star of the show, but it didn't miss out on any of the magic dust. Crafting the cassette with an aluminum spider, Shimano shaved grams from the design compared to past versions, then constructed the cogs with a durable mix of aluminum and steel. In all, Shimano aimed the new SLX drivetrain at the ever-changing lineup of trail and off-road adventure bikes featuring wider spacing and bigger tires. It also wanted to deliver 11-speed to riders who aren't ready to take a pro-level chunk out of their wallets to pay for XT just yet, and in true Shimano style, didn't trade functionality for a lower price point.
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Shimano Ultegra 6800 Cassette Shimano Ultegra 6800 Cassette
If you're putting together a workhorse group, going sub-primo on the cassette makes a lot of sense. It's the first part that'll wear out if you're logging serious miles, and since it sits at the center of the wheel, its effect on rotational weight is quite low. Shimano's Ultegra 6800 Cassette consists of 11 steel cogs riveted onto an aluminum carrier that'll help reduce wear on your freehub body, and comes in a wide variety of gear options, from a corncob-like 11-23 to a spin-to-win 11-32.
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Shimano Ultegra CS-6700 Cassette Shimano Ultegra CS-6700 Cassette
Shimano's Ultegra-level cassettes are one of the gems of cycling components. Significantly cheaper than the top-line Dura-Ace offerings, they're also more durable, and only slightly heavier. And, they're heavier in the center of a wheel, where their effect is negligible. Shimano's improved its shifting ramps on this iteration, too, meaning the fabulous shift quality you expect from the Japanese component giant is even better than you remember.
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Shimano XT CS-M8000 Cassette Shimano XT CS-M8000 Cassette
Shift smoothly across everything from steep, rock-strewn trails to smooth-buffed XC loops with the Shimano XT CS-M8000 Cassette. Whether you're overhauling your trail bike's chewed-up cassette or converting to a 1x11 drivetrain, this 11-speed cassette shaves precious grams while standing up to abuse on the trail with its mixture of lightweight aluminum and robust steel cogs. Rhythm step gear progression ensures precise shifting without annoying ghost shifts on the trail. The wide range of available gears saves your knees from undue stress on lung-busting climbs, available in 11-40T, 11-42T, or 11-46T versions to suit your riding style and local terrain.
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Shimano XT Dyna-Sys CS-M771 Cassette Shimano XT Dyna-Sys CS-M771 Cassette
It was only a matter of time before Shimano added a cog to its XT-level cassette. The XT Dyna-Sys CS-M771 Cassette utilizes the same Hyperglide tooth and ramp shapes that were so successful in the 9-speed version, to move your chain smoothly across all 10 gears. The XT Dyna-Sys is fabricated from plated steel, which gives you a high performance cassette that doesn't cost a premium. The spiders between the cogs are alloy and the entire 10 gears are secured with an alloy lockring.
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Shimano XTR CS-M9000 11-speed Cassette Shimano XTR CS-M9000 11-speed Cassette
The Shimano XTR CS-M9000 11-speed Cassette uses computer-designed teeth and gates to ensure that your chain is able to smoothly shift across the entire range. The four carriers are carbon fiber and the range is from 11-40 teeth. To reduce weight, the 19,21,24,27,31, and 35t cogs are machined from titanium. This was done to decrease weight and increase durability. All of the cogs have also been drilled to further reduce weight. But don't worry, no strength was compromised in the machined designs. As far as usability, the M9000 fits on 8-, 9-, and 10-speed hubs in addition to 11-speed. It is designed to work with a standard dual chainring, but has been thoughtfully designed to accommodate a single one-by configuration as well.
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Shimano XTR CS-M9001 11-speed Cassette Shimano XTR CS-M9001 11-speed Cassette
Performing perfectly with Shimano 11-speed drivetrains, the XTR CS-M9001 11-speed Cassette features a wide gear range for efficiency across trails with a mix of steep climbs, undulating hills, and blistering descents. Not only does its 11- to 40-tooth range work brilliantly with modern 1x and 2x set-ups, but it also shifts smoothly across the entire range with its computer-designed teeth configuration, what Shimano refers to as "Hyperglide" sprockets. Four carbon fiber carriers support 11 cogs between 11 to 40 teeth, maximizing stiffness for swifter shifts across its range. The 35, 31, 27, 24, 21, and 19-tooth cogs benefit from titanium for significant weight reduction and greater wear life. The nickel-plated finish lends it additional wear life by preventing corrosion after riding across wet to downright nasty conditions on the trail. Furthermore, each sprocket is extensively machined to reduce weight even further, making it truly worthy of its XTR heritage. Please note, Shimano recommends using their 11-speed SIL-TEC chain for optimal shifting performance with this 11-speed cassette.
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SRAM GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette SRAM GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette
If you've been spending every ride lamenting your lack of "just one more" gear in either direction, give your ride buddies' ears a break and take a look at the SRAM GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette. Constructed with a whopping 10-42t gear range, you'll be hard pressed to find a time when you're praying for a miracle gear on the trails, and you won't have to drain an entire season's upgrade budget to get it. In fact, SRAM uses a remarkably similar design for the XG-1150 as it does on its top-end X1 cassette, shaped to clear mud when you're trudging through the deep stuff and function consistently through whatever conditions the day throws at you. Send away and know that 123 stainless steel pins will hold the 11 chromoly steel cogs together through big hits and the occasional spill.
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SRAM NX PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette SRAM NX PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette
We hate to sound like cynics, but staring down at your cassette and praying for just one more miracle gear in the midst of a nausea-inducing climb will likely always be a part of cycling. The wider cassettes get, the more gears we'll wish for, which is why a workhorse cassette like SRAM's NX PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette is still a valuable choice. With its corrosion-resistant JET black finish, solid one-piece steel construction, and extensive 11-42t gear range, the PG-1130 was designed to accompany you through punishing climbs so you can blast through the descents on the other side. You'll just have to use those legs. And whether you're running SRAM one-by or still sticking to double, the cassette will work with any non-XD Shimano/SRAM freehub.
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SRAM PG-1050 Cassette (10-Speed) SRAM PG-1050 Cassette (10-Speed)
SRAM's shifting prowess is one of its greatest selling points. The affordable PG-1050 10-Speed Cassette proves that you don't need to spend a fortune to get a stellar shifting experience. The PG-1050 uses SRAM's WiFli (Wider, Faster, Lighter) as the basis for its design. Using both an 11-36 and 12-36 option, you're given a full range of gears so you're never stuck doing that frantic "up, down, up" shifting to find something your legs like. SRAM uses PowerGlide technology to design the ramps and teeth to hold and release your chain for smooth shifting. The PG-1050 is built around an aluminum spider for the largest of the cogs to save weight. The cogs are nickel-plated steel, which keeps corrosion and rust at bay for a long life. The spline configuration means that it will fit any SRAM 9/10 speed freehub. It works well with any 10-speed chain, although SRAM touts the best shifting from its PC-1000 series chain.
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SRAM PG-1070 Cassette (10-Speed) SRAM PG-1070 Cassette (10-Speed)
The SRAM PG-1070 Cassette, unlike many competitors' cassettes at this level, is made completely from steel cogs. SRAM's design wizards, however, have managed to keep the weight of the PG-1070 at just 220 grams, without resorting to Ti cogs at the larger end of the cassette, which wear faster than steel, and contribute to faster overall drivetrain wear. The PG-1070 will fit on all nine and ten-speed Shimano and SRAM-style splined freehub bodies and is compatible with all 10-speed chains, though SRAM of course states that shifting performance will be optimal with its chains.
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SRAM PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette SRAM PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette
Upgrading your loyal road frame to an 11-speed drivetrain is pretty exciting, even more so now that it doesn't require spending all season to save up. Whether you've chosen a full Rival groupset or are mixing and matching SRAM componentry, trust the PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette to be a workhorse addition to your drivetrain. Its durable heat-treated steel cogs and aluminum spider will tip the scales higher than pricier counterparts, but they'll function just as admirably, with SRAM's PowerGlide tooth profile hanging onto the chain without slowing it down on its journey. Upgrade now and enjoy the possibilities of having one extra gear in your quiver.
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SRAM PG-1170 Cassette SRAM PG-1170 Cassette
The SRAM PG-1170 Cassette provides smooth shifting across 11 gears with its semi-spidered steel cogs. Ideally pairing with SRAM's Force 22 groupset, the PG-1170 cassette features a 16T cog for extra cadence control and delightfully smooth shifting when you're hovering around the middle block of the cassette. X-Glide shifting technology eliminates flex between the teeth to enhance shifting smoothness, especially on downshifts. Note that SRAM recommends pairing this cassette with its PC-1170 chain for flawless shifting. Moreover, it's only compatible with 11-speed hub/freehub bodies, and it includes an anodized, laser-etched aluminum lockring.
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SRAM PG-720 7-Speed Cassette SRAM PG-720 7-Speed Cassette
The SRAM PG-720 7-Speed Cassette features a compact design for ripping blistering downhill laps, but without the sticker shock you're accustomed to. As the most affordable 1x downhill cassette on the market, this 11-25 tooth cassette emphasizes robust strength and smooth-shifting over the lightweight construction of its X01 brethren. Tight gear steps and fewer cogs improve shifting speed as you transition from low to high gears. Extra rear wheel clearance prevents your spokes from eating the rear derailleur and prematurely ending your downhill race or afternoon of gravity-assisted fun. Bringing relief to riders without the newest setup, the PG-720 integrates with a splined freehub body found on 10-speed hubs. Also, it's fully compatible with SRAM's top-flight X01 drivetrain for riders worried about future compatibility issues. Pair it with SRAM's PC-1130 chain for the smoothest possible shifting on your downhill rig.
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SRAM X01 X-Glide Cassette - XG-1195 SRAM X01 X-Glide Cassette - XG-1195
You'll notice that the SRAM X01 X-Glide Cassette has a dark, matte finish not typically seen on drivetrain parts, and definitely not seen on the XX1 cassette. SRAM calls it JET Black, and it provides greater corrosion resistance across both the steel and aluminum cogs that make up the monster 10-42-tooth cassette.
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SRAM XG-1190-A2 Cassette SRAM XG-1190-A2 Cassette
You've ridden mid-range, workhorse componentry for years now, eschewing the latest and greatest for the pragmatic choice time and time again. If you're finally stepping up your drivetrain game, go all the way already and upgrade to Red. One of the defining members of the groupset, the resplendent XG-1190-A2 Cassette acts just as much as a work of art as it does a highly functioning member of your drivetrain, and it's been gifted with shiny new aesthetics this year to match the all new SRAM Red eTap components. Quiet and light are the defining features of the XG-1190, which SRAM achieves with its PowerdomeX construction and StealthRing elastomers that sit between each cog to eliminate noise. The technologies contribute to a quiet ride and clear, clean shifts that may leave you feeling like something is missing for your first few rides if you're used to clunks and jumps accompanying every shift. SRAM machines the entire piece for the utmost precision, with the middle nine cogs featuring a hollow construction to shave weight and further eliminate noise. If you want to follow SRAM's recommendations, pair the XG-1190 with the SRAM Red or PC-1170 chain, and use it with any SRAM componentry from Red eTap to Rival. Just don't try to pair an XG-1190 cassette wider than 11-28t with an eTap rear derailleur, as the two aren't compatible.
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SRAM XX1 XG-1199 Cassette SRAM XX1 XG-1199 Cassette
At this point, you've likely "made the leap," to swipe SRAM's marketing parlance. Whether you modified a 10-speed cassette with a One-Up-style expansion cog, or adopted early and wore out your first cassette, the SRAM XX1 XG-1199 Cassette is the pinnacle of one-by technology. By trading freehub bodies for drivers, SRAM was able to put a tiny, 10-tooth cog on the end to balance out the monster, 42-tooth cog on the low end. This ensures that the balance of granny grinding to flat-out-flying is maintained.
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