11 speed wide cassette that are light.

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

I'm thinking 11-36t mainly because I dont want to use a wolftooth or anything like that. Already have the mid cage Rx805 ultegra RD.. Looking for a lighter solution to my current 11-34t that weighs in at ~330g. Not opposed to changing from shimano freehub to XD driver if I have too. My neck of the woods is pounding me with 20% gravel steps to get to the flatter stuff.. it's wearing on me.

SRAM 1170 ? still 370g
Sunrace ? any good
others ?
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NickJHP
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by NickJHP

Leonardi make a 9-36 11s XD cassette that weighs 233g.
https://r2-bike.com/LEONARDI-RACING-Cas ... or-SRAM-XD

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ooo
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by ooo

335g CS-HG800 11-34T?
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NickJHP wrote:
Wed Jan 23, 2019 3:26 am
Leonardi make a 9-36 11s XD cassette that weighs 233g.
https://r2-bike.com/LEONARDI-RACING-Cas ... or-SRAM-XD

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too bad the spacing is not what I had in mind.. 9 /10 ... 31/36 if it was 11-36T I might go for it.. but thanks since I never heard of them.

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Upcoming SRAM 12x system may be the answer.
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by Marin

Nothing out there unfortunately.

I run 10-42 mostly, and the 3T 9-32 which is similar to a 11-36 but you have to run a small chainring.

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jlok wrote:Upcoming SRAM 12x system may be the answer.
I believe that the largest cassette cog size on the upcoming SRAM 12s road is 33t.

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jlok
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Are you able to use 48/32 or 46/30 crankset?
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by ooo

Sram 10-33 = 11-36 (36.3)
Not sure if they will offer 11s options
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by jemima

How about those Recon/Oarsam cassettes?

Now sure how light their 11sp 11-36 options are.
Curve Grovel ti.

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by Marin

jemima wrote:
Wed Jan 23, 2019 12:11 pm
How about those Recon/Oarsam cassettes?

Now sure how light their 11sp 11-36 options are.
Do they have 11-36? Do you have a link? :shock:

Edit: Found them on the Recon site, Aluminum or Ti only, no steel.
Ti 11-36 listed as 215g, 250$.

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Marin wrote:
Wed Jan 23, 2019 3:26 pm
jemima wrote:
Wed Jan 23, 2019 12:11 pm
How about those Recon/Oarsam cassettes?

Now sure how light their 11sp 11-36 options are.
Do they have 11-36? Do you have a link? :shock:

Edit: Found them on the Recon site, Aluminum or Ti only, no steel.
Ti 11-36 listed as 215g, 250$.
Aluminum 11-36 very light.. 150g.. do these self destruct ? 210g for Ti but more $$$ figure they are more robust. I might go this route.

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jlok wrote:
Wed Jan 23, 2019 10:38 am
Are you able to use 48/32 or 46/30 crankset?

yes.. already on 48/32 :) I think if I hit the trails without doing grouprides beforehand I'd probably be ok... but I'm pushing alot of extra watts on 650bx42.. so slightly gassed when I hit these gravel roads.

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spdntrxi wrote:
Wed Jan 23, 2019 4:11 pm
Aluminum 11-36 very light.. 150g.. do these self destruct ?
I would expect so, yes.
spdntrxi wrote:
Wed Jan 23, 2019 4:11 pm
extra watts on 650bx42
What tires are you on? On Pari-Motos you should have zero penalty over fast-ish road tires except maybe for aero.

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by spdntrxi

^ currently Donnely MSO xplor 650B x 42 (these are just as fast as my Panaracer gravelkings sk in 700x35 by my strava data)

thinking about trying 47c WTB byways soon

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