Global Cycling Network takes a look at the new Shimano Dura-Ace. The parts offer a hidden power meter, new disc brakes, and synchro-shift.
Shimano announces new Dura-Ace group. The parts feature a power meter, synchronized shifting, Dura-Ace disc brakes, and a wider cassette
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The next generation of Dura-Ace will include a power meter, road-specific disc brakes and rotors, improved Di2 integration, and synchro
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