One of the most anticipated games, the Shimano 11-speed double Ultegra R8000, is here. Starting with the 6800 series, the Ultegra R8000 series incorporates clear improvements in both aesthetics and performance.
Hollowtech II cranks will help you transform more power into speed.
Model number: FC-R8000
Crank making: Hollowtech II
Crank length: 165, 170, 172.5, 175 mm
Chain line: 43.5
Average weight: 690 g (53-39T), 681 g (52-36T), 674 g (50-34T), 668 g (46-36T)
One of the most anticipated games, the Shimano 11-speed double Ultegra R8000, is here. Starting with the 6800 series, the Ultegra R8000 series incorporates clear improvements in both aesthetics and performance, as well as benefiting greatly from the technology introduced in its older brother, the Dura Ace R9000.
It offers weight reduction without sacrificing stiffness. It allows a wide range of gear combinations to suit your needs. Coupled with the new front derailleur and rear shifter, your changes will be so fast and reliable that you'll almost wonder if it's happened. The impeccable design of the crank arm, reflected in Dura-Ace's legacy, is a tribute to the aesthetics of your bike.
The brand Shimano is the first reference in the world of cycling. It was founded in 1921 by its first president Shozaburo Shimano who devoted himself to the manufacture of free wheels until he died in 1958 and Shozo Shimano took over from the company. In its more than 100 years of historyShimano has continued to grow, innovate and diversify. In 1973 he released the Dura-Ace series and, in 1991, the first XTR series of mountain bike components for professionals. The presidency went from generation to generation to its current president Yozo Shimano, with whom in 2014 the well-known XTR Di2 M9050 series of electronic components for mountain biking and, in 2018, the XTR M9100 thus satisfying all the needs of mountain biking.
Anonymous A. Published the 06/09/2019 after the purchase made the 29/08/2019
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Anonymous A. Published the 12/03/2019 after the purchase made the 06/03/2019