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Posted 16 July 2023

Shimano 105 R7020 11 Speed Disc Brake Groupset

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2x Shimano ST-R7020 Levers (gear and brake cables included)
2x Shimano BR-R7020 Disc brake calipers
1x Shimano FC-R7000 Chainset, 50/34T
1x Shimano FD-R7000-L Front Derailleur (Braze-on type, downswing
1x Shimano RD-R7000 Short Cage Rear Derailleur
1x Shimano R7000 11-Speed Cassette, 11-30T (Shimano 9-11-Speed freehub compatibility)
1x KMC X11 11-Speed chain
1x Shimano BB-RS500 Threaded (English Thread) Bottom Bracket
Includes all Tektro outer cables, brake inner cables and gear cables

Enhanced with the same advanced technologies as seen on Shimano’s Dura-Ace and Ultegra models, this disc brake version of the updated 105 11 speed groupset will instantly improve your road riding experience. It’s an ideal choice when building a custom road bike or upgrading your bike’s tired components.

The outstanding ergonomics and technologies of the 105 R7020 Road Disc Groupset from Shimano makes your rides unforgettable. This slick perfoming groupset is ready for long hard days in the saddle and is packed with some of the finest Shimano components around.

(Please Note: The brakes within this groupset are set up to European standards with the left-hand lever operating the front brake and the right-hand lever operating the rear brake. For UK customers and other parts of the World, you will need to disconnect the brake hoses and swap them over.)

Shimano 105 R7020 Levers Including Flat Mount Calipers

These superb 11 speed shifters offer great ergonomics trickled-down from the Ultegra range, so you can shift to the right gear at the right time while maintaining your momentum. They offer excellent reach adjustment and a redesigned internal shifting unit for simple and effective operation. Additionally, you'll benefit from greater rider control in all conditions plus intuitive and quick shifting operation. Furthermore, these offer the same light shifting operation as top tier systems thanks to trickle-down technology.

Material: Resin and Steel
Shifter Type: Dual Control lever
Speed: 11-Speed
Use: Road
Hose Joint: Straight
Included: Shimano RT70 brake rotors (140mm and 160mm)
Brakes come fully assembled and pre-bled ready for installation
Weight: 610g (pair)

Shimano 105 R7000 Chainset
This smooth crankset balances weight and efficiency without sacrificing stiffness, so you can maintain the edge over your competitors. Furthermore, its rider-tuned performance with numerous gear combinations means you'll be able to climb and descend with ease. Its wider gear pitch increases chain clearance with small gearings and allows for 410mm chainstays. You'll benefit from optimum power transfer and great frame compatibility for fast and precise pedal stroke performance.

Chainline: 43.5mm
Technology: Hollowtech II
Gear Arm: 4-arm
BCD: 110mm
Speed: 11-Speed
Q Factor: 146mm
Included: Shimano BB-R60 Bottom Bracket

Shimano 105 R7000 Front Derailleur
This top-quality front derailleur features a natural stroke feeling and a wind-cutting ergonomic power curve, allowing you to comfortably shift. Its integrated cable tension adjustment and shorter rear centre (410mm) allows for accurate and simple front mech adjustment. You'll benefit from lighter front shifting operation and its optimised cage design for disc brake road bikes.

Action: Down Swing
Chainline: 43.5mm
Chain Stay Angle: 61-66°
Link Bushings: 7
Mount: Braze-On
Speed: 2x11-Speed
Top Gear Teeth: 46-53T
Total Capacity: 16T
Weight: 95g (approx)

105 R7000 Rear Derailleur Short Cage
The Shimano 105 R7000 Rear Derailleur features Shimano Shadow technology, which not only smooths shifting performance but also stabilises chain movement and keeps the derailleur low-profile, tucked tight to the chainstay. It is capable and fully efficient at shifting across a wide gear ratio while doing so with buttery-smooth shifting performance. Rear derailleur drivetrain performance has never been as smooth, reliable and as precise as this.

Material: Aluminium
Drivetrain Speed: 11-Speed
Compatible Chain: HG-EV 11-Speed / HG-X11
Maximum Cassette Size: 11-30T
Top Capacity: 35T
Max Front Ratio Difference: 16T
Low Sprocket: Max: 30T; Min: 25T
Top Sprocket: Max 14T; Min: 11T
Pulley: 11T
Weight: 225g

Shimano 105 R7000 11 Speed Cassette
This fast and reliable 11 speed cassette is ideal for getting you up to speed in a flash thanks to its top-performance rider tuned gearing. Its sprockets make shifting easier than before with their precise profile spacing which offers a flawless and instant experience, making it ideal for keeping the edge over any competition. It's perfect for both club riding and racing.

Material: Sprockets: Steel, Nickel Plated; Spider: Aluminium
Type: HG-EV
Speed: 11-Speed
Spider Arm: 1
Rider tuned gearing
High performance

KMC X11 11 Speed Chain
This high performance 11 speed chain is specifically designed for the demands of modern road cycling. This model uses its half nickel-plated outer plates to ensure smooth and dependable performance. KMC has also developed this version for extreme durability.

Use: Road, Mountain Bike (MTB)
Speed: 11-Speed
Size: 1/2" x 11/128"
Pin Length: 5.5mm
Quick Link Included: Yes
Number of Links: 120
Half Nickel plated
Extremely durable
Weight: 266g
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  1. catherton's avatar
    Cable disc brakes, not hydraulic. Great value though
    pjaylondon's avatar
  2. maxtesti's avatar
    The one thing I would replace at once on the 105 is the jockey wheels. The Ultegra ones cost about £15 and come with ball bearings. They're compatible as long you put them exactly like the 105's were. I did, and it made a very noticeable difference. I'm so glad I did.
    This.Is.Dog's avatar
    Do you really notice a difference?
  3. cocomango's avatar
    Best value for money groupset in the shimano ecosystem.
  4. supadupasumo's avatar
    Still dithering on upgrading my Claris set up to 105, but need the rim brake version currently out of stock. Not sure I’d ever actually get the time to do it…
    jamesbondchickenironman's avatar
    Takes about 3 hours
  5. highdon's avatar
    That is insane value for full 105 with hydraulic brakes.
  6. hedgyhog's avatar
    Bloody Hell! You can buy a car for less.

  7. Alan_Morrison's avatar
    Was in the fence about this as it’s a short cage derailleur. Ordered now in case I missed out.
    Ridg's avatar
    You can get the long cage for <£50, £30 if you're happy with the silver version
  8. Grondboontjie's avatar
    Pity CRC/Wiggle don't accept cycle scheme at the moment
    Swidc's avatar
    Would this qualify for c2w??? I'm not sure
  9. DrTestosterone's avatar
    Great value - got this last month for £439.99 to replace a broken Claris set-up - came with Shimano outer cables, not clear if Tektro/Shimano inner cables - brake hoses are pre-bled and attached to callipers, but not attached to levers, so you can choose your brake setup - also includes extra olives and barbs - got a long cage rear derailleur and 11-34 cassette from Halfords separately  
  10. nicholas_collinson's avatar
    A good quality group set like the 105 is worth it, people who say you can’t feel a difference are lying.

  11. porthos2020's avatar
    I got the rim version of this when it was £300. Couple of things to be aware of, crank arms are 170mm, so if you have long legs you'll likely need longer (crank arm length is a controversial subject though). Also they give you a cheap bottom bracket (RS500) rather than BBR60, I ended up buying it seperately, but penny pinching when it costs less than £20 anyway.
  12. aarondiamond's avatar
    Is there any good build (road / gravel) that already includes this kit? Otherwise, what lesser bike could I buy, upgrade with this kit, to make it an excellent bike? Weight does matter for me because I have to carry it up and down stairs every day!
    porthos2020's avatar
    If you are buying a complete bike, used is the way to go. You'll probably be able to get a carbon, disc brake bike with Ultegra (tier above 105) for sub £1000.
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