Shimano GRX Di2 RX815 2x11-Speed Gravel Bike Groupset

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Explore Beyond Shimano GRX, with its gravel specific ergonomics, optimized gearing options, rugged reliability, and quiet and stable drivetrain, sets itself apart from the rest of the component world. It isn’t a reworked set of road components. It represents a ground up look at how cyclists want to explore their world. SHIMANO GRX helps you eliminate excuses, instead urging you to try that rough sidetrack or ride that little bit longer. It offers you the option to Explore Beyond Electronic All the gravel glory of GRX now in Di2, precise and effortless shifting thanks to Shimano’s proven electronic system and the technology found in top tier groupsets. Go to 42 With an integrated chain stabilizer mechanism, the SHIMANO GRX derailleur provides a quieter experience and shifting security and precision on mixed terrain. For rides on smooth surfaces, the derailleur features and ON/OFF switch for the chain tensioner. Stopping Power Confidently tackle the trails and descents with hydraulic braking power.
Overview • 2X Gravel Groupset • Di2 Electronic Shifting • Hydraulic Brakes • Compatible up to 42T cassette with correct derailleur • Hollowtech Crankset • Charger Included Brakes & Shifters • Gravel inspired lever and bracket ergonomics • Anti-slip brake lever • One-Way bleeding • Shimano Di2 Electronic Shifting • Reach Adjust • DCL: Dual Control Lever • Brake Fluid: Shimano Mineral Oil • Shimano BR-RX815- Brake Caliper • Optional Satellite Shifters Rear Derailleur Options • GRX RD-RX815 – Max 34T Featuring: • Adjustable chain stabilizer prevents chain slapping and drops • Switch stabilizer ON/OFF to match the terrain • Gravel-tuned clutch tension Cassette • Choose your MTB cassette and range to suit your needs and derailleur Crankset • Hollowtech Technology • Optimum gearing for mixed terrains and riding styles