Shimano 11 speed on the way

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12/1/2011 1:42 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/1/2011 1:43 PM

I sure hope we get 9-36t cassettes before they even start talking about 11 speed anything...

Although - a dream come true - finally a bike that goes to 11!!!

Mo cowbell.

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6/22/2013 1:50 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/22/2013 1:51 AM

9t doesn't work because of the polygon effect. Read about it in Bikeradar's presentation of the XX1, where it was told the protos used a 9t cog from the Shimano commuter grouppo.

Unless Shimano decided touse a 10 mm pitch chain for their 1x11 group, then they could use an 11t in a 1/2" 9T cog diameter.

EDIT: damn you search and my lack of looking at dates... -_-