Road Bike Component SRAM Force Rear Derailleur

SRAM Road Components

Road Components SRAM Force Rear Derailleur. Other than the Double Tap shift lever, perhaps no component in the SRAM road component family represents a greater departure from familiar mechanical territory than the Force Rear Derailleur. It’s a bit of a technical story, but it’s one whose benefits are evident the first time you run through your gears: You’ll experience crisper, more precise shifting than you’ve ever felt before. Virtually every rear derailleur you’ve ever used pre-Force is built around 3 springs: The B-position spring, the pivot spring, and the parallelogram spring. What S…

Sram Force Rear Derailleur
Sram Force Rear
Derailleur
Sram Force 22 Rear Derailleur
Sram Force 22
Rear Derailleur
Sram Rival 22 11 speed Rear Derailleur
Sram Rival 22
11 speed Rear

SRAM Road Components

Road Components SRAM Force 22 Front Derailleur. The latest iteration of SRAM’s Force 22 Front Derailleur boasts two properties that we typically don’t see together: accommodating flexibility and unyielding stiffness. The derailleur’s willingness to accommodate is the result of SRAM’s Yaw technology, which has only just trickled-down to the Force level. Yaw is the equivalent of an auto-trim feature that keeps the derailleur cage aligned with the chain as it moves through the sprockets, making for a truly 22-speed groupset by virtually eliminating chain rub. The derailleur’s stiffness comes co…

Sram Force 22 Front Derailleur
Sram Force 22
Front Derailleur
Sram Rival 22 Front Derailleur
Sram Rival 22
Front Derailleur
Sram Red Front Derailleur
Sram Red Front
Derailleur

SRAM Road Components

Road Components SRAM Force 1 Type 3.0 Rear Derailleur. SRAM’s Force 1x was quite the revelation for ‘cross. While many riders ran DIY 1x setups for years, this was the first truly dedicated 1x group. A clutch rear derailleur and narrow/wide chainrings all but eliminated dropped chains and redundant gears letting the rider focus on the race and not always worry if they are in the right gear. The notion of running 1x has bled over to other disciplines now there is enough range for all of your road and gravel exploits with the before mentioned benefits. Install the Force 1 Type 3. 0 Rear Derailleur on…

Sram Force 1 Type 3.0 Rear Derailleur
Sram Force 1
Type 3 Rear
Sram Red Etap Front Derailleur
Sram Red Etap
Front Derailleur
Enve G Series Gravel Fork
Enve G Series
Gravel Fork

FOX Racing Shox Road Components

Road Components FOX Racing Shox 32 SC AX 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork. As Fox’s first suspension fork designed specifically for gravel and adventure rides, the 32 SC AX brings a whole new level of comfort and control to your drop-bar bike. Engineered with Fox’s feathery light Step-Cast chassis and equipped with 40mm of travel, this fork smooths out rough washboard descents and minimizes fatigue on your body when you’re grinding through epic rides and 100-mile races. The 32 AX uses the same FIT4 damper as Fox’s other high-end forks, a proven design that offers a 3-position adjust , as well as…

Fox Racing Shox 32 Sc Ax 3pos adj Fit4 Fork
Fox Racing Shox
32 Sc Ax
3t Rotundo Ltd Handlebar
3t Rotundo Ltd
Handlebar
3t Rotundo Team Stealth Handlebar
3t Rotundo Team
Stealth Handlebar

Road Bike Component Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 FD-R9150 11-Speed Front Derailleur

Shimano Road Components

Road Components Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 FD-R9150 11-Speed Front Derailleur. Aside from some slightly modified aesthetics and a 10g reduction in weight, the Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 FD-R9150 11-Speed Front Derailleur carries over the high functioning precision of its 9070 predecessor. While the new 9150 rear derailler gets all the attention for its mountain-inspired changes, the front derailleur sits stealthily by as the brains of the Di2 system, ensuring fast, reliable, and customizeable gear shifts whether you’re off to the coffee shop for the Sunday social ride or hammering the pedals at the pointy end of the peloton. Th…

Shimano Dura ace Di2 Fd r9150 11 speed Front Derailleur
Shimano Dura ace
Di2 Fd r9150
Shimano Dura ace Rd r9100 11 speed Rear Derailleur
Shimano Dura ace
Rd r9100 11
Shimano Dura ace Fd r9100 11 speed Front Derailleur
Shimano Dura ace
Fd r9100 11

Shimano Road Components

Road Components Shimano Ultegra RD-R8000 Rear Derailleur. Shimano has used Shadow technology for years on its mountain bike rear derailleurs. It allows for a lower profile and places the derailleur further inboard, keeping them out of harm’s way and allowing a better chain path off the top jockey wheel in relation to the cassette. Shimano’s R9100 group is the first time we saw this technology carried over to the road side, and we’re happy to see its inclusion on the Ultegra RD-R8000 rear derailleur. The RD-8000 is the crowning jewel on the new Ultegra group, and if you are building up or updating a bi…

Shimano Ultegra Rd r8000 Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra Rd
r8000 Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra Fd r8000 Front Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra Fd
r8000 Front Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra Di2 Rd r8050 Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra Di2
Rd r8050 Rear

Shimano Road Components

Road Components Shimano Ultegra Di2 FD-R8050 Front Derailleur. Perhaps our favorite function with Di2 is shifting the front derailleur. It’s light years better than any mechanical group and Shimano brings reliable Di2 technology and performance to Ultegra for precise and effortless shifting. This latest Di2 version is the R8050 and it’s 11-speed compatible. The R8000 is slimmer so it plays better with bigger rear tires and sheds about 22 grams over the RD-6870. Blindfolded, we’re not sure if we could tell you if a shift was executed with a Dura Ace or Ultegra Di2 derailleur.All mechanical derailleurs use s…

Shimano Ultegra Di2 Fd r8050 Front Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra Di2
Fd r8050 Front
Shimano Ultegra Rd rx805 Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra Rd
rx805 Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra Rd rx800 Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra Rd
rx800 Rear Derailleur

Shimano Road Components

Road Components Shimano 105 FD-R7000 Front Derailleur. While 1x has pretty much become the go-to drivetrain choice for mountain bikers and is becoming the preferred ‘cross and gravel set up too, double chainrings still rule on the road. One reason the front derailleur has fallen out of fashion with the off-road set is the added complexity and difficulty in set up, however, on the road, we still want a wide ratio of gearing options with small steps between the cogs as to not disrupt our cadence. This simply isn’t possible with one ring and with excellent options like the 105 FD-R7000 Front Derailleu…

Shimano 105 Fd r7000 Front Derailleur
Shimano 105 Fd
r7000 Front Derailleur
Shimano 105 Rd r7000 Rear Derailleur
Shimano 105 Rd
r7000 Rear Derailleur
Sram Red Rear Derailleur
Sram Red Rear
Derailleur