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SRAM PG1070 10 Speed Cassette
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- Power Glide 10 speed cassette technology
- Semi-spidered construction for a maximum stiffness
- An optimal tooth profile and shift ramp design for quick and positive index shifting
- Gear ratio: 11-23
- Available in silver colour
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SRAM 10 Speed Cassettes
SRAM 10 speed cassettes all have the PowerGlide technology incorporated into them and made from a hard wearing aluminium that also give the rider control and comfort in changes no matter the speed and type of ride.
All cassettes have their own integrated technology depending on type of 10 speed cassette. All SRAM 10 speed cassettes come with PowerGlide which ensures cassettes bring the right combination lightweight materials, durable construction and precise engineering to the ride.
SRAM PG1070 Cassette
About this cassette
The PowerGlide 1070 cassette offers 10 speed cassette design. Cassettes performance is optimised by tooth profile and shift ramp design for quick and positive index shifting. The cassette shifts efficiently and positively in all high performance situations. Cogset features a semi-spidered construction for a maximum stiffness to weight ratio and is available in seven optimised configurations to match a wide variety of uses.
Features of this cassette
- PowerGlide technology
- 10 speed
- Forged 7000 series alloy
- Made from heat treated steel
- Blast silver
|Technology Included||PowerGlide||PowerGlide||PowerGlide||PowerGlide, Powerdome X|
|Material||Aluminium Spider with Steel Cogs||Aluminium Spider with Steel Cogs||Heat Treated Aluminium|
|Gear Ratios||11-36||11-32, 11-28, 11-26, 11-23, 12-36T||11-23, 11-25, 11-26, 11-28, 12-25, 12-26, 12-27, 11-32, 12-36||12-27, 12-13-14-15-16-17-19-21-24-27.|
|Speeds||10 Speed||10 Speed||10 Speed||10 Speed|
|Colours||Durable Nickle Chrome finish||Durable Nickle Chrome finish||Durable Nickle Chrome finish||Durable Nickle Chrome finish|
|Lock Ring Material||Steel||Steel/Pad printed finish||Forged 7000 Series Alloy, Anodised, Laser Etched||Aluminium Anodised|
Incremental enhancements. Perpetual improvements. When advancements are continuously made to every attribute of every component, the result is overall performance that is simply second to none. And to real cycling enthusiasts, there is nothing more gratifying then achieving the ultimate ride. And the best part is SRAM just keep making it better.
This is what SRAM is all about. Sure, a casual rider will appreciate solid performance, reliability, dependability and all the standard qualities one would expect. But it's the riders who live and breathe bicycles who love us most because bicycles are what we love, too. In fact, they're our only love.
Narrow minded yet forward thinking.
Bike components are all SRAM do - which is why we do them so mind-bendingly well. SRAM, LLC began with the goal of creating the shifting system and changed the cycling world forever with the introduction of grip shift. We invested in Sachs Bicycle Company and built a state of the art manufacturing facility in Schweinfurt Germany. We had the vision and desire to expand our presence in the industry so we found the best suspension company, RockShox, joined forces with them, creating huge excitement in the global cycling community.
SRAM have achieved total drive train nirvana, we will continue to seek and deploy technological and engineering advancements, as we compulsively refine and redefine the pinnacle of the ultimate ride.
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The 1070 cassette (as well as the slightly heavier 1050 cassette) is great because it combines a modest cost with great durability and sprocket-tooth options. Most of the time I ride using a 11-26 or 11-28 cassette, but when heading for a ride with tough hills (e.g., 15%-20% grades in the California mountains and hills), I'll switch to a 11-32 cassette. (My girlfriend, in fact, rides using a 11-32 Sram 1070 almost always and loves the wide gearing it his gives her with a compact 50/34 crankset.) I have several thousand miles on the 1070 cassettes I own and they still look great and shift like new. The semi-sprocket carrier design is also a lot easier to clean than my Sram 1090 cassettes (which are basically a three-piece design)--this is a nice bonus because a cleaner drive system generally lasts longer, shifts better, and is easier to pedal. :-)
Although it is not an ultra-light design--like Sram Red, Shimano Dura Ace, or Campy Super Record--the 1070 is tough-as-nails and about 1/4 to 1/3 the price as its costly counterparts, which is definitely a factor if you don't have sponsor for your riding habit! (I know I don't...) :-) I would recommend the 1070 (as well as the 1050) cassette to anyone who is looking for a reliable, cost-effective cassette that still offers great performance. Thanks!
This Cassette was added to a full Ultegra system utilizing the medium cage derailleur to create a SRAM Apex style congfiguration using Shimano Components
The 12-25 gearing will give you good enough gearing for rolling hills and decent top speed for the flats but not the best for either. It's right in the middle of those ranges, so an 11-28 would be better for big mountains and 11-23 for fast flats with little climbing.
Ultegra: "Excuse me sir, but It is time to shift"
Tiara: "I don't really feel like it right now"
Ultegra: "I have placed the chain where it needs to be; you just go ahead and take it when you feel up to it"
Tiara: "I know I should be shifting, it's just that I don't feel I'm motivated... I think if my father showed me more affection and I got a pony when I was young ..."
Chain: "Chikita-chikita-chikita... Cha-Chink"
Discussion between Shimano Ultegra derailleur and SRAM 1070 cassette:
Ultegra: "Excuse me sir..."
1070: "Shut up, I'm busy"