Up to 38% off Shimano 105 R7020 Disc Groupset


Exceptional performance for the money

The lowest price is on the 170mm crank with 52/36 chainrings and an 11-28T cassette.

Shimano 105 R7020 Disc Groupset
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Shimano's 105 groupsets have always been the entry point to performance-level gearing but with the latest edition, the gap is narrowing to Ultegra. Shimano has finally also released 105-series disc-specific shifters and callipers to replace the non-series version that was a little vague and looked hideous.

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With Shimano sorting out the aesthetics and mechanics of its 105 disc brake levers and callipers, this looks and works very similarly to the Ultegra and Dura-Ace groupsets. There are subtle differences in the function of the groupsets, but you're getting very powerful, easily modulated brakes just like the Ultegra versions.

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The price and performance of this groupset mean that it will appeal to a wide range of riders. We're seriously considering it for a new cyclocross bike build and it would be perfect for a road bike, be that for the winter or summer.

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With this groupset, you get the completely re-designed shifters which not only look a lot better, the shifting has been improved too. They are combined with the new Shimano Shadow Technology rear derailleurs for very precise shifting that has a positive action going up and down the cassette.

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ChainReactionCycles has a number of different options so you can pick the crank length and gear combos that will work best for you. Those combinations will affect the price, but the 170mm crank with 52/36 chainrings and an 11/28T cassette is down to just £488.99!

Shimano 105 R7020 Disc Groupset
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About Shimano

In February 1921, Shozaburo Shimano opened Shimano Iron Works in Higashi Minato in Sakai City when he was 26 years old. On the site of a demolished celluloid factory, he rented a nearly 40-square-meter area. The monthly rent was 5 yen. At that time, the new establishment had only a single lathe, measuring about 1.8 meters long. Shozaburo Shimano decided to produce freewheels. Of all bicycle components, freewheels entailed the highest level of technology to produce.

Since then, Shimano has released some of our favourite cycling products with the current Ultegra Di2 Disc groupset being our pick of the bunch.

About ChainReactionCycles

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