So, Campy, Shimano, Sram, electric, changing soon (as in already got it in the works), or youre just riding whatever the bike came with.
fyi, you can choose 2.
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It has the H2 geo......one step racier than a hybrid bike
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Because, in the end, any group, of any level, will work perfectly fine if you set it up right.
SRAM red race bike
Campagnolo Athena/Centaur of the poser/group ride bike
Shimano Ultegra 6600 on my trainer/commuter
about to build crit racer with Microshift group
mixed Shimano/SRAM/Modolo + others on the single speed
nothing electric and likely to stay that way for a couple of years
bike 2 105 levers/ultegra tuned rear mech /rival front mech /alligator cables/ rotor agilis cranks with KCNC 50/34 rings / TRP 920 brakes/ force cassette/ KMC chain
id say the SRAM is better looking & lighter BUT id say the 105 set up is sweeter to use ..
Disclosure: I'm sponsored by Velocite, but I do give my honest opinion about them (I'm endorsed to race their bikes, not say nice things about them)
SRAM is perfectly functional, a little lighter, and costs less. I feel like I am shifting a tractor using toy plastic levers though.
Shimano has a much smoother and more refined feel. I think I will go back to Shimano when the 11 speed comes out.
I should probably consider campy too, but it always just seems way to expensive.
TT bike -campagnolo 11 bar end shifters brake lever FD/RD lightning crankset
Ordinary bike -campagnolo 10speed straight groupset and zero gravity brakes
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