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Silent and smooth.

With the introduction of the Force and Rival road groups, SRAM brought some long-overdue, fresh-thinking to component design. Thankfully, SRAM's creativity and innovation didn't stop at components with show-stopper aesthetics like shift levers and cranksets. Instead, it's evenly extended to parts that're traditionally thought to be rather mundane, like the cassette. And unlike other cassette manufacturers, who maintain multiple models of cassettes despite the minimal differences between them, SRAM did the sensible thing: It offers a highly scaled back range of cassettes. The standard model, found here, is known as the PG-1070 Cassette, while the deluxe model is known as the OG-1090.

Whether you're riding a Red, Force, or a Rival-equipped bike, the 'PowerGlide' shifting of the PG-1070 cassette will provide crisp, positive shifting under any circumstance -- whether it be a mellow spin, or at max power on a steep climb. And, unlike either Dura-Ace and Record, the PG-1070 weighs in at a scant 220 grams without having to resort to easily-worn titanium cogs. Rather, the PG-1070 is made from durable heat-treated steel, giving you tons of mileage before you'll need to replace it.

The PG-1070 is available in several ratios. Its spline configuration allows it to fit on any Shimano 9- or 10-speed freehub, and it's compatible with any 10-speed chain: SRAM, Shimano, or Wippermann's S-series chains. What SRAM suggests, of course, is that you use one of its 10-speed PC-1000 series chains for optimal shifting. And, in addition to the aforementioned, the PG-107 includes a forged, anodized, and laser-etched lockring.

The actual weight of the SRAM PG-1070 Cassette varies with tooth count, but for reference, the 11-25t is around 224 grams.

The 11/23 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23
The 11/25 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,21,23,25
The 11/26 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,21,23,26
The 11/28 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,22,25,28
The 11/32 includes: 11,12,13,14,16,18,21,24,28,32
The 11/36 includes: 11,13,15,17,19,22,25,28,32,36
The 12/25 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23,25
The 12/26 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23,26
The 12/27 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,24,27
The 12/28 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,22,25,28
The 12/32 includes: 12,13,14,15,17,19,22,25,28,32
The 12/36 includes: 12,13,15,17,19,22,25,28,32,36

Tech Specs

Cog Sizes:
11 - 23 t, 11 - 25 t, 11 - 26 t, 11 - 28 t, 11 - 32 t, 11 - 36 t, 12 - 25 t, 12 - 26 t, 12 - 27 t, 12 - 28 t, 12 - 32 t, 12 - 36 t
Cog Material:
forged 7000 series alloy
Hub Type:
Shimano or SRAM compatible
Recommended Use:
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years
Actual Weight:
One Color, 11x23: 359g One Color, 11x25: 359g One Color, 11x26: 359g One Color, 11x28: 359g One Color, 11x32: 359g One Color, 11x36: 359g One Color, 12x25: 359g One Color, 12x26: 359g One Color, 12x27: 359g One Color, 12x28: 359g One Color, 12x32: 359g One Color, 12x36: 359g

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Unanswered Question

I have a Shimano Ultegra 11-28 rear cassette and derailleur right now. If I use the SRAM 11-32 will it work with my current rear derailleur?

4 5

upgrade by downgrading

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I had the og-1090 (11-25). It was loud.
I switched to this and i got to go up to a 12-28.
I notice no difference in weight/watts required or shifting performance. If anything this one seems better cause it is newer.

How I could use 12-36 cassette on Sram Red...

How I could use 12-36 cassette on Sram Red Rear Derailleur...
Is it impossible????

Responded on

A Sram Red rear derailleur will only accept up to a 28 tooth cog, if you want to run something bigger the Sram Red WiFLi rear Derailleur will accept up to a 32 tooth cog.

I just posted this as a review instead of...

I just posted this as a review instead of a question, can the 12-32 cassette be run with the standard force or rival derailleur? Is the wi-fli type with the long cage really necessary?

Unanswered Question

This will replace the ultegra 11-25...

This will replace the ultegra 11-25 cassette

with this cassette, which chain should I...

with this cassette, which chain should I select

Responded on

any SRAM 10-spd chain would do the trick. PC-1050 is a great budget chain.

Best Answer Responded on

I have used SRAM chains and a Shimano Dura Ace chain with the 1070 cassette. I find the Dura Ace chain is quieter, but either will work fine.

Responded on

Likewise, I am currently running a Wipperman & it works fine. I don't think it's any quieter...I don't think its lasting any longer than the SRAM (but I ride old-school, with no electronics or measurements xcept my wrist watch, so I don't have any mileage to report). But it shifts as good as SRAM despite the warning on the chainring that states "only use SRAM chains".

5 5

Works great!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The PG1070 system is great! I run the 11-26 and live in mountainous area where climbing is common. Love this system and SRAM makes great cassettes. You can't go wrong with the quality............your only decision is what gear range you want!

4 5

College Budget, Professional Performance

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Sram's 70 lineup has been a staple in my stable of bikes. Between cassettes and chains, I find it to the best trio of performance, weight, and their friend money. The cassette has a noticeable weight drop from it's thrifty brother, the 50 lineup, with more peepholes and an aluminum carrier cradling the larger sprockets. Durability is dependable for many miles and the ability to pull the cassette apart allows deep cleaning after miles of neglect.