Shimano 105 5700 Groupos

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $899.99


Product Description

New Shimano 105 incorporates many of the benefits that were originally developed for Dura-Ace 7900 series and integrated into Ultegra 6700 series. Overall, performance and durability is enhanced while the entire group manages to drop almost 30 grams from


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by D Pepa

Date Reviewed: March 15, 2013

Strengths:    Price is great
Front and rear shifting is great at this price level
Love the Crank... really stiff


Weaknesses:    Rear shifting lags a bit and is probably impossible to get dialed in perfect
Front shifting still has chain rub in taboo gear combinations


Bottom Line:   
I switched out from a full sora groupo to 5700 since I wanted the extra rear cog for climbing. The upgrade is noticeable and it didn't cost me my life savings. Defiantly a good groupo for a training bike but probably not the best for racing. In my experience, even if you get it dialed in properly there will still be a lag time in shifting, especially shifting from the smallest cog to the 2nd smallest or vice-versa.
Bottom Line: Really hard to complain about this group set at it's price



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Will a 105 5700 BB fit in my old steel bike?

First let me apologize for being such a noob. I have a Bianchi Campione that i bought from craigslist. i enjoy the bike but i really want to convert it from 7 speed to 10 speed. My question is ... will the 105 5700 BB and crank fit my frame. Im not sure what year the the bianchi frame is but i ... Read More »

105 5700 to Ultegra 6700...worth the effort in my case?

Quick rundown...my new Spec Tarmac came with a full 5700 group. I did some thinking and I could upgrade to the 6700 shifter, F/R derailleur for around <$200 if I play my cards right. I can pick up the 3 components for around $450 or so, remove the new 5700 and more than likely fire sale it for $ ... Read More »

Trouble shifting into smallest cog on 105 -5700

Hi I have a 105 5700 groupset and I'm having trouble with the tuning. If I tune it in a way that the bike will shift well into the smallest cog then the middle cogs click annoyingly when riding. If I tune to get rid of the clicking, then I can't smoothly shift into the bottom ring! I've yet to fi ... Read More »

Shimano 105 5700 brakes

I'm revamping one of my bikes for commuting duty. Its got 105 5600 series STI shifters and Tektro brakes. Although there is adequate clearance for Crud fenders between the bridge and the tire, the thicker Tektro body swallows it up. I'm thinking of replacing the Tektro with the slimmer 105 5600 or 5 ... Read More »

105 5700 long cage?

Am I correct that I have read, that the 105 5700 long cage offers a 11-30 or 12-30 cassette, so if this is correct, is there a little fudge factor were one could get a 11-32 to work.Read More »

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