The brake lever shifters are phenomenal, and put shifting control right at your thumbs. And at just 112g, they're lighter than any STI on the market.
Shimano's Di2 system has been around for a while, but we haven't seen any in-depth reviews from the triathlete's perspective. The system offers some tangible benefits to triathletes, which we explore at length in our video review here.
Ultegra Di2 TT components are built around the new E-tube system and will be compatible with upcoming 9070 Dura-Ace Di2. Read on for the whole scoop.
The new e-tube Di2 junction boxes are big and bulky, making them difficult to hide from the wind. But Shimano already makes a special little part that makes hidden cables a cinch.
Andy Potts got his brand new Kestrel 4000 SL build just in time to defend Oceanside 70.3, complete with a prototype Omega SV front brake.
We take the new 11-speed mechanical group through its paces. What's the story on a top-end mechanical group in a world going electrical?
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