The Shimano Ultegra CS-6700 10-Speed Bicycle Cassette is crafted with a rigid alloy sprocket carrier for a more lightweight, durable profile that enables smooth, more efficient gear shifting.
This innovative upgrade on Shimano’s classic 660 and SL versions features reduced weight, ni-plated Hyperglide sprockets with improved teeth shaping and revised ramps for smoother, quicker and more accurate shifting.
For more information on how to keep your bike running smoothly, click here to see PBK's expert advice on taking care of your chains and cassettes.
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Great value for money and a very strong and robust cassette. Has been great for the steep climbs that I race and train on. Cheers Pro Bike Kit
Don't want to drop the big bucks on Dura ace?.....then these are the next best thing. I generally run SRAM gear but always spec a Shimano Cassette and chain as they are quieter and shift a little better than SRAM in my opinion. For a racer/trainer set up, it's hard to ignore these as "best bang for your buck". The super hard-wearing SRAM Red power dome is too noisy, the DA option is too expensive (and the Ti cogs wear out eventually) for training purposes if you are on a budget, but these change just as well and are hard-wearing and not massively heavier. Lightish weight and light on your wallet ;)
As always Ultegra is rock solid, and great value.