New dura-ace R9100

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Ritxis
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jeffy
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by jeffy

looks like long cage mech, and on disc brake bike so likely dura ace level shifters

guess someone never paid attention to the "No Photo" sign on the floor

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by upside

That looks to be the new wireless Dura Ace.

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by ergott

Nevermind.

benzebub
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by benzebub

looks great, very classy and stylish
But I could be wrong

oopssk8
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by oopssk8

Is that real?
So I'll skip the etap and wait for new wirless shimano.
looks gorgeous and simple.
I love it :)

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Mockenrue
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upside wrote:That looks to be the new wireless Dura Ace.


There looks to be a wire going into the rear mech from the top of the chainstay.

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by topflightpro

upside wrote:That looks to be the new wireless Dura Ace.


Chainless too!

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by spdntrxi

glossy ! prefer matte

ParisCarbon
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by ParisCarbon

Mockenrue wrote:
upside wrote:That looks to be the new wireless Dura Ace.


There looks to be a wire going into the rear mech from the top of the chainstay.


Theres also a wire coming from the chainstay up to whatever is mounted on the seatstay... Looks like they are using a version of the D Fly to communicate from the shifters...
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Ritxis
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Carbon Crank? There will be axis in 30 mm??..............will wait news

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by Raineman

I'm intruiged by the mounting for the RD, it looks similar to the direct mount system introduced for mountain bikes

It also looks like there could be the integrated power meter which was spotted on some of FDJ's bikes on the crank, the small box just above the crank arm.

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by newforker

good catch, eagle eye!...totally missed that

Ritxis
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by Ritxis

Read in the Spanish magazine Bike, the synchro shift prepared are for road Di2

benzebub
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by benzebub

Ritxis wrote:Read in the Spanish magazine Bike, the synchro shift prepared are for road Di2


I've read this too in a Belgium magazine. Article was about a factory visit @ Shimano. Article also said that Shimano will anounce something new around the TDF
But I could be wrong


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