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Shimano's 105 group has always been the go-to line of components for riders and racers who are looking to save a few bucks. If you don't mind adding a few grams to your bike to save some cash, the cassette is a pretty good place to do it since it's low, doesn't add rolling weight, and really won't affect steering. Either way, the Shimano 105 CS-5700 cassette only weighs 20 grams more than its more expensive sibling, the Ultegra, so it isn't much of a sacrifice anyway.

The CS-5700 cassette uses Shimano's famous and ever-improving Hyperglide shifting system for crisp, reliable shifting. The tallest cogs are riveted onto an aluminum carrier for weight savings, and they're more gentle on aluminum cassette bodies. Shimano has improved their manufacturing quality; now they can make the ramps stronger because they can build to tighter tolerances. And the ramps themselves have been revised for faster shifting.

The 105 CS-5700 Cassette has ten cogs and comes in the following ratios: 11-25, 11-28, 12-25, and 12-27. It comes with a nice alloy lock ring. The finish is Chrome (a color, not old-style chrome-plating).

Tech Specs

Cog Sizes:
11 - 25 T, 11 - 28 T, 12 - 25 T, 12 - 27 T
Cog Material:
Carrier Material:
Claimed Weight:
245 g
Recommended Use:
train, race
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Affordable, reliable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've run this cassette on my CX bike for 1.5 seasons. It has worn fine and I'm never counting grams once I'm on the bike. Fun fact: this cassette uses the same intercog spacers as a Durace cassette. Which is super pro. It's a wear item, same the $$$ for post-ride coffees.

Avg. ride time: 1h 49m per week
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Ultegra On A Budget

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought this guy for a second wheelset for my cross bike. Didn't feel like spending the ultegra price for the back up wheels. Cassette works great and has all the quality of higher end Shimano componentry. If you want to upgrade, spend your money in shifters and derauilliers and save it on the cassette.

Good cassette for your buck

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I always use 105 cassettes for my training and commuting bikes to save some money. Shifts just as well and is as durable as an Ultegra cassette, just is a bit heavier.

Decent cassette......

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Not much to say but if your on a budget or just smart enough to know that the 105 model componetry is just as good as the Ultegra due to hardly any weight variation then do yourself a favor and go 105. Never a issue. I have had no issue what so ever with the changing of gears with this unit. Worth every penny folks.

Great cassette

    I got this to complete my 105 group. Had a Tiagra cassette before. The 105 is a bit lighter and smoother. Not an enormous upgrade, but noticeable none the less. In my opinion, the entire 105 line is the best bang for the buck. Btw, i got the 11-28 version with a mid compact crankset, works very well.

    3 years, still going strong

      Dura Ace performance, fraction of the cost... what's not to like? Granted, DA is lighter and has more precise tooth profiles, but for everyday commuters... 105 is the new DA.

      If you are thinking about purchasing one, stop thinking and just do it. You will not be disappointed.