Aug 31, 2020 article & images by Nick Salazar

Shimano's newest group, designated Dura-Ace Di2 9150, is easily the best in Shimano's history, and not only does Shimano continue to make significant advancements, but is constantly aware of the trends in the industry, and how to best equip athletes to address them. In my opinion, 9150 is the best group Shimano has ever made.

We installed ours on an Omni equipped with basically every part we sell in the TriRig Store, and the group is an absolutely perfect match. But the most interesting thing about it isn't how well it looks on a bike, but its new killer feature of Synchro Shifting, which basically takes on 1x in a novel and oh-so-Shimano way. Read the full review for our complete take on this amazing top-end group.

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