Shimano Ultegra 11 speed

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photocycler
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by photocycler

Ghost234 wrote:
photocycler wrote:was hoping for a larger cassette option - I would have thought they would have a wifli competitor by now as its becoming more common to run a 30+ cassette for the hilly regions



If you need more than a 34 + 32T, something is wrong.

There isn't too many sustained 20+% grades out there.


I run a 34/30 - I wouldn't say something is wrong - maybe you live in a boring flat area, we have hills and mountains here

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MattSoutherden
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by MattSoutherden

Your original statement was:

photocycler wrote:was hoping for a larger cassette option - I would have thought they would have a wifli competitor by now as its becoming more common to run a 30+ cassette for the hilly regions


I think the point was that you *can* run a 32 rear. Which, as far as my rudimentary mathematic expertise goes, is a 30+ tooth option.
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