Open U.P. 1 x 11 Di2

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Eleven electric gears

For this build we used Shimano's ST - R785 Di2 hydraulic levers coupled to an XTR Di2 rear deraiileur with a 42 tooth cassette and 42T font single chainring. The Shimano levers are set up to change the gears with both hands; the right lever makes the gears harder, the left easier. The gearing ratios are suitable for road and off-road, for more off-road and hillier rides a 38T chainring could be considered.

Technical Spec

Frameset Open U.P.
Gears Shimano Di2 XTR
Rims Stan's No-Tubes Crest 650b
Hubset DT240
Tyres Maxxis Beaver 2.0
Powermeter Rotor
Bars, stem, saddle Bontrager
Seatpost Thomson Elite

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