Shimano Dura Ace R9100 first ride review

Find out how new top-of-the-line groupset performs on the road

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Available with either Di2 electronic or mechanical shifting, for the first time, riders now have the option of Dura-Ace level hydraulic disc braking.

Available with either Di2 electronic or mechanical shifting, for the first time, riders now have the option of Dura-Ace level hydraulic disc braking.

Shimano made wholesale changes to its top-of-the-line Dura-Ace road group. But how do the new components perform on the road? The crew from the Global Cycling Network got to test it out and filed this extensive video report.

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  • Andrew says:

    I’ve had to stop at 0.36 because of the with socks with black shoes. Get a life,Jacko…

  • Doug says:

    What an irrelevant comment to a review of a component group. And rather rude to boot I would say. As for you, learn to spell or, at least, edit your own comments. Finally, I would suggest you practice what you preach – get a life.

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