Shimano 105 R7000 groupset — everything you need to know

This article first appeared on BikeRadar . True to form, Shimano has trickled down the technology and aesthetics of its latest Dura-Ace and Ultegra groupsets to the component group of the proletariat. The new Shimano 105 R7000 group ushers in a host of refinements that make this budget-friendly group even more appealing. We’ll delve into the highlights by component. Shimano launches Ultegra RX rear derailleurs Road bike groupsets: everything you need to know Shimano 105 R7000 highlights Significant mechanical and aesthetic trickle down from Dura-ace and Ultegra Available in black and silver finishes Wider range gearing Improved lever ergonomics Available this summer ST-R7000, ST-R7020 and ST-R7025 Dual-Control Levers The new 105 Dual-Control levers for mechanical/rim and hydraulic disc brakes ST-R7000 pricing: $234.99 ST-R7020 pricing: $309.99 ST-R7025 pricing: $314.99 BR-R7000 series brakes BR-7020 disc caliper pricing; $69.99 (front), $64.99 (rear) SM-RT70 rotor pricing: $33.99 BR-R7000 rim brake pricing: $94.99 (pair) FC-R7000 ...

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