Shimano Dura-Ace R9200
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Based on 8 reviews

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  • Great for the world's best bike races
  • 12 speed, semi-wireless and electronic
  • Mechanical shifting is dead
  • New 12 speed
  • Shimano's flagship, top tier best of everything racing group set

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Actual Weights: Fair Wheel Bikes weighs the new Shimano Dura-Ace R9200 Di2 Wireless 12 Speed Group
Fair Wheel Bikes is at it again. Our friends over at the Tucson, AZ shop that specializes in lightweight, high-end bikes and parts just got their hands on the new Shimano Dura-Ace R9200 Di2 12 speed group. And since we’ve only been able to test it out as a complete group, Fair Wheel sent over pics o...
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3 months ago
bikerumor.com
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Shimano Dura-Ace R9200 Review
But, for a groupset that really represents the pinnacle of technical development in cycling, for which the only flaw we could possibly pick was a moment of disc brake rub, Dura-Ace is something special. The shifting speed was phenomenal, the braking power and control is as good as it gets, and the improved ergonomics make things even more comfortable. Shimano is in-tune with the shifting demands of modern road riding, which can often go beyond the tarmac, optimising their latest offerings for this purpose specifically
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3 months ago
rouleur.cc
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Shimano Dura-Ace R9200 groupset review
The increased shift speed? I'd say Dura-Ace R9100 felt immediate enough already, although an interesting touch is the system now goes to sleep after 15 minutes and it takes a button press to wake it up. Buy the Shimano Dura-Ace 9200 groupset from Sigma Sports here.
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3 months ago
cyclist.co.uk
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Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9200 first-ride review: More range, better brakes - CyclingTips
And the whole semi-wireless thing? It’s neat, but not necessarily a massive game-changer when all is said and done. Time will tell if my feelings change on this, but right now, I think Shimano’s biggest issue with Dura-Ace Di2 R9200 is that the previous stuff was already so good. Stay tuned for a proper review of this fine Low Bicycles Disc MKii, too
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3 months ago
cyclingtips.com
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NEW Dura-Ace R9200 First Look And Ride!
The c36 disc brake tubular is just 1153 grams for the pair, which brings me neatly on to the weight of new duress.
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Global Cycling Network
3 months ago
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Shimano Dura-Ace R9200 First Ride Review | Lightning-Fast Shifts, RIP Mechanical
Are that it's incredibly good at what it does the ergonomics seem excellent. The shifting is outstanding as ever there's plenty of scope to customize things, and the braking is really really good.
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BikeRadar
3 months ago
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Specs

Average weight

714 (54-40T) 692 (52-36T) 685 (50-34T)

Compatible chain

CN-M9100