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R4 Cassette Body Orange, Shimano/SRAM-11 Speed

One of the beautiful things about Easton wheels is that a switch from Campagnolo to Shimano or SRAM componentry or vice-versa won't necessitate a new wheel purchase. You could just replace the freehub with one that is compatible with your new gear. Likewise, if you routinely use two different cassette ratios depending on your race courses, you might think about a spare freehub body. It's actually quicker and easier to remove the whole freehub body (cassette and all) with two 5mm hex keys than it would be to fumble with a chainwhip, lockring tool, and wrench to remove and swap cassettes. The Easton R4 Freehub Body runs on high quality 6902 steel bearings. It has three spring loaded pawls and is compatible with all Easton EC90 and EA90 road wheelsets. It's available in three versions:--Dura-Ace 10-speed: fits all current Shimano 10-speed cassettes (Dura-Ace 7900, Ultegra 6700, 105 5700) --Campagnolo: fits all Campagnolo 9, 10, and 11-speed cassettes --Shimano/SRAM: fits older Shimano 9/10-speed (except Dura-Ace 7800) and all SRAM 9/10-speed cassettes.

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R4 Cassette Body Orange, Shimano/SRAM-11 Speed

One of the beautiful things about Easton wheels is that a switch from Campagnolo to Shimano or SRAM componentry or vice-versa won't necessitate a new wheel purchase. You could just replace the freehub with one that is compatible with your new gear. Likewise, if you routinely use two different cassette ratios depending on your race courses, you might think about a spare freehub body. It's actually quicker and easier to remove the whole freehub body (cassette and all) with two 5mm hex keys than it would be to fumble with a chainwhip, lockring tool, and wrench to remove and swap cassettes. The Easton R4 Freehub Body runs on high quality 6902 steel bearings. It has three spring loaded pawls and is compatible with all Easton EC90 and EA90 road wheelsets. It's available in three versions:--Dura-Ace 10-speed: fits all current Shimano 10-speed cassettes (Dura-Ace 7900, Ultegra 6700, 105 5700) --Campagnolo: fits all Campagnolo 9, 10, and 11-speed cassettes --Shimano/SRAM: fits older Shimano 9/10-speed (except Dura-Ace 7800) and all SRAM 9/10-speed cassettes.

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R4 Cassette Body

One of the beautiful things about Easton wheels is that a switch from Campagnolo to Shimano or SRAM componentry or vice-versa won't necessitate a new wheel purchase. You could just replace the freehub with one that is compatible with your new gear. Likewise, if you routinely use two different cassette ratios depending on your race courses, you might think about a spare freehub body. It's actually quicker and easier to remove the whole freehub body (cassette and all) with two 5mm hex keys than it would be to fumble with a chainwhip, lockring tool, and wrench to remove and swap cassettes. The Easton R4 Freehub Body runs on high quality 6902 steel bearings. It has three spring loaded pawls and is compatible with all Easton EC90 and EA90 road wheelsets. It's available in three versions:--Dura-Ace 10-speed: fits all current Shimano 10-speed cassettes (Dura-Ace 7900, Ultegra 6700, 105 5700) --Campagnolo: fits all Campagnolo 9, 10, and 11-speed cassettes --Shimano/SRAM: fits older Shimano 9/10-speed (except Dura-Ace 7800) and all SRAM 9/10-speed cassettes.

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XT 10-Speed Chain CN-HG95 One Color, 10 speed

Shimano pushed the shifting performance of Dyna-Sys 10-speed components by making a directional chain with four different plates -- both sides/inner and outer. It's understandable that it would seem they've reached the zenith in chain technology, but that's not how Shimano works. Instead, with the CN-HG95 XT 10-Speed Chain, they found a way to reduce friction by 60 percent between inner and outer links. A new Sil-Tec treatment on the plates allows them the freely pivot around derailleur pulleys, cogs, and chain rings. Back to the directional aspect of Dyna-Sys chains, since the action of climbing up ramps and pins from one chainring to another is slightly different than climbing up one cog to the next, Shimano chose to shape the left and right side plates differently to optimize the plates for each specific purpose. The resulting CN-HG95 Chain works in harmony with the 10-speed systems to provide a shift quality unrivaled by any of Shimano's previous efforts.

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XT 10-Speed Chain CN-HG95

Shimano pushed the shifting performance of Dyna-Sys 10-speed components by making a directional chain with four different plates -- both sides/inner and outer. It's understandable that it would seem they've reached the zenith in chain technology, but that's not how Shimano works. Instead, with the CN-HG95 XT 10-Speed Chain, they found a way to reduce friction by 60 percent between inner and outer links. A new Sil-Tec treatment on the plates allows them the freely pivot around derailleur pulleys, cogs, and chain rings. Back to the directional aspect of Dyna-Sys chains, since the action of climbing up ramps and pins from one chainring to another is slightly different than climbing up one cog to the next, Shimano chose to shape the left and right side plates differently to optimize the plates for each specific purpose. The resulting CN-HG95 Chain works in harmony with the 10-speed systems to provide a shift quality unrivaled by any of Shimano's previous efforts.

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SLX 10-Speed Chain CN-HG75

Intended for the specific conditions a mountain bike encounters, Shimano's updated the SLX 10-Speed Chain, now designated CN-HG75, and it features a new surface treatment. Like its predecessor, this is a directional chain with task-specific links for optimized Dyna-Sys shifting performance. Inner and outer plates are shaped to work with corresponding front and rear cogs for smooth shifts under load. Adding to that is the new Sil-Tec treatment that allows freer movement around pulleys, cogs, and chain rings. The Shimano SLX 10-Speed CN-HG75 Chain comes with 116 links and is compatible with Shimano 10-speed drivetrains.

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SLX 10-Speed Chain CN-HG75 One Color, 10 Speed

Intended for the specific conditions a mountain bike encounters, Shimano's updated the SLX 10-Speed Chain, now designated CN-HG75, and it features a new surface treatment. Like its predecessor, this is a directional chain with task-specific links for optimized Dyna-Sys shifting performance. Inner and outer plates are shaped to work with corresponding front and rear cogs for smooth shifts under load. Adding to that is the new Sil-Tec treatment that allows freer movement around pulleys, cogs, and chain rings. The Shimano SLX 10-Speed CN-HG75 Chain comes with 116 links and is compatible with Shimano 10-speed drivetrains.

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Mens CTS 1000 19" Road Racing Bike - Graphite Blue

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Enjoy exceptional biking experience with the forge cts 1000 road racing bike. It has shimano sora 24-speed front and 2200 rear derailleurs with integrated brake and shift levers. The 24-speed road bike has

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X0 2.2 BB30 10-Speed Crankset Red, 175mm/39-26

If nothing else, BB30 cranks like this Truvativ X0 BB30 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset will allow more heel and ankle clearance as we pedal, potentially eliminating the scraping between shoe and crankarm that some of us have grown accustomed to with outboard bearing crank designs of late. If this sounds familiar, and if the inside of your shoes look like they've been through the grinder, then BB30 is right for you. The added bonus is that it offers performance advantages and weight savings at the same time. This X0 2. 2 10-Speed Crankset uses carbon fiber like the top shelf XX crank, but there are a few differences. Unlike the XX crank, there's no alloy spine connecting the threaded pedal insert and the crank/spindle connection. SRAM engineers figured out a way to eliminate it, instead using a stiff structural foam core inside the composite skin. Don't think for a second that it's weaker; part of SRAM's goal for XO was to make it burly enough to handle the rigors of all-mountain riding. Another difference is that this XO crankset uses an aluminum spider where the XX spider is an integral part of the carbon crankarm assembly. While it's a few grams heavier, the XO system allows you to remove the spider if you want to change from two to three rings or vice versa. As is, this 2x10 setup has a bolt circle diameter of 80/120mm. Of course, it's an exclusive measurement, but for the chainring tooth combinations SRAM wanted to offer, it optimizes the stiffness of the rings. And stiffer chainrings mean quicker, more precise shifts. Not only did they design their own optimized bolt circle diameters, but they re-engineered the shift ramps, pins, and cut outs on the outer chainring. On most chainrings these days, there are two sets of ramps and two drop points where the chain can get lifted or dropped quickly and under pressure. This means that twice each pedal revolution you'll hit these spots, so the shifting can be iffy if you shift at any other time. You've probably experienced ...

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PC 1071 HollowPin Chain One Color, 114 Links / 10-Speed

The SRAM PC-1071 Chain is the least expensive chain in the SRAM lineup made with hollow pins. These hollow, chrome hardened pivot pins will save you 20 grams or so in comparison to a lesser chain with solid pins, but they're plenty strong so the durability is not sacrificed. It's a refined version of the 1070, with a subtle reshaping of the outer plates to make it run quieter. It's made specifically for 10-speed drivetrains and mates perfectly with the tooth shaping and pickup/release points on SRAM's cassettes and chainrings for flawless shifting performance. Only one detail differentiates it from the top of the line PC-1091 -- though it has nickel plating on the outer link plates, it lacks this corrosion resistant coating on the inner link plates. You'll just need to make sure that you keep your PC-1071 chain well-lubricated and it will serve you well. You can install a PC-1071 Chainwithout special tools thanks to SRAM's PowerLock connecting link. No other sub-6mm chain in the marketplace shares this feature. And unlike the occasional headaches we're all familiar with when it comes to Shimano HG pins and Wippermann connecting links, the PowerLock link is as strong or stronger than any other link on the chain, and it won't hinder shift quality in the least. The SRAM PC-1071 Chain is compatible with both SRAM and Shimano 10-speed drivetrains. Please note that while the PowerLock installation can be done tool-free, it's recommended to be used only once due to the extremely close tolerances required by the narrow 10-speed design. So if you must break your chain for maintenance reasons, a new 10-speed PowerLock link will be required to reassemble it.

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PC 1091 HollowPin Chain 114 Links / 10-Speed, One Color

SRAM has a chain for every budget and every purpose. The PC-1091 Chain is built for high performance -- it's super strong, quiet, and light weight. In comparison to its less expensive cousins, the PC-1091 is more corrosion resistant thanks to a nickel plated finish on both the inner and outer links. The link pins are hollow -- these hollow, chrome hardened pins save 20 grams or so over a chain with solid pins. In addition to being lighter, they're plenty strong so you can expect the PC-1091 to have equal durability. It's quite similar to the PC-1090, though SRAM reworked it to have more chamfer on the inside of the outer plates. This makes it run quieter than the older chains. It's made specifically for 10-speed drivetrains, and it mates perfectly with the tooth shaping and pickup/release points on SRAM's cassettes and chainrings for flawless shifting performance. You can install a PC-1091 chain without special tools thanks to SRAM's PowerLock connecting link. No other sub-6mm chain in the marketplace shares this feature. And unlike the occasional headaches we're all familiar with when it comes to Shimano HG pins and Wippermann connecting links, the PowerLock link is as strong or stronger than any other link on the chain, and it won't hinder shift quality in the least. The SRAM PC-1091 Chain is compatible with both SRAM and Shimano 10-speed drivetrains. Please note that while the PowerLock installation can be done tool-free, it's recommended to be used only once due to the extremely close tolerances required by the narrow 10-speed design. So if you must break your chain for maintenance reasons, a new 10-speed PowerLock link will be required to reassemble it.

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Dura-Ace 9000 Chainring Silver, 52t for 52/38

The fantastic engineering of Dura-Ace finds its way into every nook and cranny of the groupset, and that most certainly applies to the Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 chainrings. Made of precision-machined alloys that are carbide-reinforced for strength and longevity, the rings shift smoothly, look great, and last forever. Keep in mind, however, that they are designed specifically for Shimano 11-speed road drivetrains (and cranksets), so trying to use them for other drivetrains will notably compromise their performance. Available in both Silver and Black finishes, they come in many different sizes.

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Dura-Ace 9000 Chainring

The fantastic engineering of Dura-Ace finds its way into every nook and cranny of the groupset, and that most certainly applies to the Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 chainrings. Made of precision-machined alloys that are carbide-reinforced for strength and longevity, the rings shift smoothly, look great, and last forever. Keep in mind, however, that they are designed specifically for Shimano 11-speed road drivetrains (and cranksets), so trying to use them for other drivetrains will notably compromise their performance. Available in both Silver and Black finishes, they come in many different sizes.

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XT 10-Speed Chain CN-HG95 One Color, 10 speed

Shimano pushed the shifting performance of Dyna-Sys 10-speed components by making a directional chain with four different plates -- both sides/inner and outer. It's understandable that it would seem they've reached the zenith in chain technology, but that's not how Shimano works. Instead, with the CN-HG95 XT 10-Speed Chain, they found a way to reduce friction by 60 percent between inner and outer links. A new Sil-Tec treatment on the plates allows them the freely pivot around derailleur pulleys, cogs, and chain rings. Back to the directional aspect of Dyna-Sys chains, since the action of climbing up ramps and pins from one chainring to another is slightly different than climbing up one cog to the next, Shimano chose to shape the left and right side plates differently to optimize the plates for each specific purpose. The resulting CN-HG95 Chain works in harmony with the 10-speed systems to provide a shift quality unrivaled by any of Shimano's previous efforts.

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X7 Type 2 Long Cage 10-Speed Rear Bike Derailleur Gray

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Sram X7 Type 2 Long Cage 10-Speed Rear Bike Derailleur Gray

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Dura-Ace FD-9000 11-Speed Front Derailleur One Color, 31.8mm

If you think that you're the last mechanical holdout, we assure you that you're not alone. Even in the face of precise, electronic adversity, we find that cables still have as much to offer as wires. And while we hate to gloat, the Shimano Dura-Ace FD-9000 11-Speed Front Derailleur proves us right. To respond to the ever-growing popularity of the Di2 front derailleur, Shimano made some drastic revisions to the overall design of the FD-9000. To start, we should explain Dura-Ace 9000's shifting goal -- easier action with a shorter stroke at the lever. To achieve this, a multi-part strategy had to be developed. First, Shimano had to revise the actuation ratio -- easier said than done. By standard, Shimano has operated on a variable ratio. This means that the ratio between a unit of shifted cable and its measured movement of a derailleur is varied throughout the gear range. As Shimano sees it, every gear jump is different, and requires a variance in actuation. However, to minimize the stroke effort, the variable ratio had to be lessened. This required a replacement of the leverage points on the front derailleur's body. You'll notice that FD-9000 now has a heightened profile with the leverage point at the top of the body. The enlarged pull arm creates more leverage, and this strengthens the pull, eases the actuation, and thus lessens the shift stroke. All in all, Shimano claims that the new derailleur system creates a 43% reduction in shifting effort over 7900 at the lever. And to round things off in the efficiency department, the FD-9000 is pulled by Shimano's proprietary, polymer-coated shift cable. Shimano's new cable nearly eliminates mechanical drag, and further enhances shift accuracy. Altogether, the minimization of stroke and required effort creates a shifting experience on-par with the accuracy found in Di2 systems. 9000 guarantees predictability and ease across the shifting range, and to accommodate for FC-9000's 55 tooth chainring capacity, Shimano reintr...

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Dura-Ace FD-9000 11-Speed Front Derailleur

If you think that you're the last mechanical holdout, we assure you that you're not alone. Even in the face of precise, electronic adversity, we find that cables still have as much to offer as wires. And while we hate to gloat, the Shimano Dura-Ace FD-9000 11-Speed Front Derailleur proves us right. To respond to the ever-growing popularity of the Di2 front derailleur, Shimano made some drastic revisions to the overall design of the FD-9000. To start, we should explain Dura-Ace 9000's shifting goal -- easier action with a shorter stroke at the lever. To achieve this, a multi-part strategy had to be developed. First, Shimano had to revise the actuation ratio -- easier said than done. By standard, Shimano has operated on a variable ratio. This means that the ratio between a unit of shifted cable and its measured movement of a derailleur is varied throughout the gear range. As Shimano sees it, every gear jump is different, and requires a variance in actuation. However, to minimize the stroke effort, the variable ratio had to be lessened. This required a replacement of the leverage points on the front derailleur's body. You'll notice that FD-9000 now has a heightened profile with the leverage point at the top of the body. The enlarged pull arm creates more leverage, and this strengthens the pull, eases the actuation, and thus lessens the shift stroke. All in all, Shimano claims that the new derailleur system creates a 43% reduction in shifting effort over 7900 at the lever. And to round things off in the efficiency department, the FD-9000 is pulled by Shimano's proprietary, polymer-coated shift cable. Shimano's new cable nearly eliminates mechanical drag, and further enhances shift accuracy. Altogether, the minimization of stroke and required effort creates a shifting experience on-par with the accuracy found in Di2 systems. 9000 guarantees predictability and ease across the shifting range, and to accommodate for FC-9000's 55 tooth chainring capacity, Shimano reintr...

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Dura-Ace FD-9000 11-Speed Front Derailleur One Color, 34.9mm

If you think that you're the last mechanical holdout, we assure you that you're not alone. Even in the face of precise, electronic adversity, we find that cables still have as much to offer as wires. And while we hate to gloat, the Shimano Dura-Ace FD-9000 11-Speed Front Derailleur proves us right. To respond to the ever-growing popularity of the Di2 front derailleur, Shimano made some drastic revisions to the overall design of the FD-9000. To start, we should explain Dura-Ace 9000's shifting goal -- easier action with a shorter stroke at the lever. To achieve this, a multi-part strategy had to be developed. First, Shimano had to revise the actuation ratio -- easier said than done. By standard, Shimano has operated on a variable ratio. This means that the ratio between a unit of shifted cable and its measured movement of a derailleur is varied throughout the gear range. As Shimano sees it, every gear jump is different, and requires a variance in actuation. However, to minimize the stroke effort, the variable ratio had to be lessened. This required a replacement of the leverage points on the front derailleur's body. You'll notice that FD-9000 now has a heightened profile with the leverage point at the top of the body. The enlarged pull arm creates more leverage, and this strengthens the pull, eases the actuation, and thus lessens the shift stroke. All in all, Shimano claims that the new derailleur system creates a 43% reduction in shifting effort over 7900 at the lever. And to round things off in the efficiency department, the FD-9000 is pulled by Shimano's proprietary, polymer-coated shift cable. Shimano's new cable nearly eliminates mechanical drag, and further enhances shift accuracy. Altogether, the minimization of stroke and required effort creates a shifting experience on-par with the accuracy found in Di2 systems. 9000 guarantees predictability and ease across the shifting range, and to accommodate for FC-9000's 55 tooth chainring capacity, Shimano reintr...

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Dura-Ace 9000 Chainring Black, 39t

The fantastic engineering of Dura-Ace finds its way into every nook and cranny of the groupset, and that most certainly applies to the Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 chainrings. Made of precision-machined alloys that are carbide-reinforced for strength and longevity, the rings shift smoothly, look great, and last forever. Keep in mind, however, that they are designed specifically for Shimano 11-speed road drivetrains (and cranksets), so trying to use them for other drivetrains will notably compromise their performance. Available in both Silver and Black finishes, they come in many different sizes.

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SLX 10-Speed Chain CN-HG75 One Color, 10 Speed

Intended for the specific conditions a mountain bike encounters, Shimano's updated the SLX 10-Speed Chain, now designated CN-HG75, and it features a new surface treatment. Like its predecessor, this is a directional chain with task-specific links for optimized Dyna-Sys shifting performance. Inner and outer plates are shaped to work with corresponding front and rear cogs for smooth shifts under load. Adding to that is the new Sil-Tec treatment that allows freer movement around pulleys, cogs, and chain rings. The Shimano SLX 10-Speed CN-HG75 Chain comes with 116 links and is compatible with Shimano 10-speed drivetrains.

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