Shimano 105 R7000 11 Speed Cassette

Shimano 105 R7000 11 Speed Cassette
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Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons

  • The cassette has the same design as the Ultegra R8000 cassette and has similar shifting performance.
  • Due to the wide range of toothing options, there's a cassette for every type of cyclist.
  • Thanks to the wide range of possible gearing, there is a suitable cassette for every type of cyclist.
  • Also very suitable for your bike trainer!
  • This cassette doesn't shift as smoothly as Shimano's higher-end cassettes. The cassette is also a little heavier.
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Specifications

Specifications

Brand
Shimano
Bike Type
Road bike / Gravel bike
Number of gears
11 speed
Body Type
SRAM Race 10/11 speed / Shimano Race HG 9-12 speed
Weight
284 grams (11-28T)
What groupset do you have?
Shimano 105
Quality
Good
Suitable for
Shimano

Description

Description

The Shimano 105 R7000 cassette is a cassette that supports you in a good way during your bike rides. This 105 cassette has a high price-performance ratio and switches gears quickly, even when there’s a lot of pressure on the pedals!

Ratios for every terrain
There are different cassette ratios to choose from for different terrains. The 12/25 is suitable for flat rides, while the 11/28 or 11/30 are more suitable for hilly courses and for some even for the mountains. For most cyclists, however, the 11/32 and 11/34 cassettes are best suited for the high mountains. All this, of course, while taking into account whether you’re cycling compact, semi-compact or double.

Technology

Direct switching performance thanks to special grinding
The gears are developed with care and ground with great precision. For example, gear lines are applied in the cassette and some teeth have rounded tips. This ensures that you can switch gears even with great pressure on the pedals. During an uphill spring you can thus go a step further (or you can switch to a lighter gear when your legs are getting tired).

Cassette ratios and weight:
• 12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-21-23-25T, 269 grams
• 11-12-13-14-15-17-19-21-23-25-28T, 284 grams
• 11-12-13-14-15-17-19-21-24-27-30T, 304 grams
• 11-12-13-14-16-18-20-22-25-28-32T, 320 grams
• 11-13-15-17-19-21-23-25-27-30-34T, 379 grams

Compatibility

Cassette width
The cassette with 11/34 ratio is the same width as an 11-speed mountain bike cassette and a race 10-speed cassette. To mount this cassette on an 11-speed body, a 1,85 mm spacer is included. The other Shimano 105 R7000 cassettes are wider and fit on an 11-speed body without a spacer.

Which cassette is suitable for my derailleur?

105 5800 11-speed Rear Derailleur
Short cage (SS): 11/23, 11/25, 11/28, 12/25, 14/25, 14/27, 14/28, 16/27
Long cage (GS): 11/28, 11/30, 11/32

Ultegra 6800 11-speed Rear Derailleur
Short cage (SS): 11/23, 11/25, 11/28, 12/25, 14/25, 14/27, 14/28, 16/27
Long cage (GS): 11/28, 11/30, 11/32

Dura-Ace 9000 11-speed Rear Derailleur
Short cage (SS): 11/23, 11/25, 11/28, 12/25, 14/25, 14/27, 14/28, 16/27

105 R7000 11-speed Rear Derailleur
Short cage (SS): 11/25, 11/28, 11/30, 12/25, 14/25, 14/27, 14/28, 16/27
Long cage (GS): 11/28, 11/30, 11/32, 11/34

Ultegra R8000 11-speed Rear Derailleur
Short cage (SS): 11/25, 11/28, 11/30, 12/25, 14/25, 14/27, 14/28, 16/27
Long cage (GS): 11/28, 11/30, 11/32, 11/34

Dura-Ace R9100 11-speed Rear Derailleur
Short cage (SS): 11/25, 11/28, 11/30, 12/25, 14/25, 14/27, 14/28, 16/27

Assembly

Mounting with special tools
To assemble and disassemble this cassette you will need specific cassette tools. These can be found here.

Don't forget the assembly grease!
The lockring on your cassette should be tightened up, in most cases up to 40Nm. To be able to loosen the cassette, we recommend you to apply a little bit of assembly paste to the lockring. Our assembly greases can be found here.

User tips

How often should I clean my bike? Regular cleaning ensures that your material lasts longer and that you can enjoy your cycling for longer. How often you need to clean depends on the weather conditions in which you ride. Do you cycle through all kinds of weather, or do you only go out when the sun is shining? It all affects the degree of wear and tear and some people will have to clean their bikes more often than others. Use the schedule below as a guide:

October to March:
• Clean every 200 km
• Rinse after every ride
• Dry and oil the chain after every ride
• Leave the bike to dry at room temperature

April to September:
• Clean every 300 km
• Rinse off after cycling in the rain
• Dry and oil the chain after polishing or rinsing
• Leave the bike to dry at room temperature
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Reviews

Reviews

4.8 / 5
Average from 313 reviews
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150 reviews
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Most recent reviews

5 / 5

Great in combo offer with chain

- Remco 12 May 2024

No nonsense good product. Fits and just works

Pros & Cons

Looks
Price/quality
Automatic translation

5 / 5

Good cassette for when not every gram counts

- Jasper 17 April 2024

Does what it needs to do. With proper maintenance and two chains, it will last for 10,000 km in no time

Pros & Cons

Good value for money
Automatic translation

5 / 5

A new bike for a penny

- Jan 15 April 2024

Within half an hour, my Cannondale has another brand new drive line for a pittance. Come up with that on a bike with a belt and gear hub.

Pros & Cons

Clean shifting
Easy mounting
Shimano quality
Automatic translation

5 / 5

For teeth you have the dentist, for wheels the bike shop but for gears you have MANTELbij M

- Ton 10 April 2024

Excellent price/quality ratio

Pros & Cons

Efficient
Fast
On time
Automatic translation

5 / 5

Best bang for your buck

- Henry 2 April 2024

I've been running SRAM shifters & derailleurs for almost 20years, but have always favoured Shimano cassettes over SRAM or any other brand... they're just that bit more accurate and a cleaner shift that the competition.

Pros & Cons

Accurate shifting
Affordable
Good balance of performance and cost
not the lightest cassette available

5

Remco, 12 May 2024

Great in combo offer with chain

No nonsense good product. Fits and just works

  • Looks
  • Price/quality
Automatic translation

5

Jasper, 17 April 2024

Good cassette for when not every gram counts

Does what it needs to do. With proper maintenance and two chains, it will last for 10,000 km in no time

  • Good value for money
Automatic translation

5

Jan, 15 April 2024

A new bike for a penny

Within half an hour, my Cannondale has another brand new drive line for a pittance. Come up with that on a bike with a belt and gear hub.

  • Clean shifting
  • Easy mounting
  • Shimano quality
Automatic translation

5

Ton, 10 April 2024

For teeth you have the dentist, for wheels the bike shop but for gears you have MANTELbij M

Excellent price/quality ratio

  • Efficient
  • Fast
  • On time
Automatic translation

5

Henry, 2 April 2024

Best bang for your buck

I've been running SRAM shifters & derailleurs for almost 20years, but have always favoured Shimano cassettes over SRAM or any other brand... they're just that bit more accurate and a cleaner shift that the competition.

  • Accurate shifting
  • Affordable
  • Good balance of performance and cost
  • not the lightest cassette available

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