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SRAM PG1050 Cassette 10sp

The new PowerGlide™ 1050 cassette offers an innovative approach to 10-Speed cassette design. Our cassette performance is optimized by material choice, tooth profile and shift ramp design for quick and positive index shifting. The cassette shifts efficiently and positively in all high performance situations. Our new cassette features a semi-spidered construction for a maximum stiffness to weight ratio and is available in many optimized configurations to best match a wide variety of uses.

SRAM PG1050 Cassette 10sp Technologies:

  • PowerGlide II: Cassette technology optimized for offroad. More reliable. More durable. Better performing, thanks to an optimal tooth profile and shift ramp design for quick and positive index shifting. Go climb a mountain.

SRAM PG1050 Cassette 10sp Specifications:

  • Technology: Power Glide
  • Weight: 299 grams (11-32T)
  • Gear Ratios: 11-32, 12-36
  • Speeds: 10
  • Recommended Chain: PC-1090R, PC-1090, PC-1070, PC-1050, PC-1030

Buy SRAM PG1050 Cassette 10sp from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Silver
  • Teeth: 12-36t, 11-32t, 12-32t, 11-36t
  • Speed: 10 Speed
 
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Pacco pignoni dall' ottima durata Ottimo pacco pignoni, senza tanti fronzoli, buona longevità, prezzo adeguato 23 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Replacement Cassette. I bought this as an exact replacement cassette for my Boardman CX. Very impressed with how the SRAM cassette has lasted and worked over the years. So felt comfortable to fit the exact same model as a replacement. After nearly 8000 miles I'm only changing it as I'm adding a new chain as I have let the old chain get worn quite badly. 20 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product @ a great price light, wallet friendly, smooth. CRC - fast as usual 18 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome performance and surprising quality I have this cassette in 11/32, matched to a Shimano medium cage 105 with a Ultegra 10spd chain and a 53/39 compact, Attacking the hills on this cassette is fantastic, Climbing Cambells Pocket Road at Mt mee, in Queensland with sections up to 18% gives you a real feel of how this cassette works, Spinning up is easy and while no cassette will ever make a hill "no effort", the effort in is a lot less with this cassette, which saves you leg power for the rest of the ride. There is no point having a 12/25 to be a purist if you cant complete the whole ride, and ride with pleasure, because really that's why we all ride in the first place. There are plenty of reviews and vids on YouTube of Cambells Pocket road and Mt Mee. Comparing this cassette to the Durace cassette I have on the race bike, The Durace cassette is lighter, yes it rolls nicely but for overall speed the PG1050 is not really that much slower and I think that comes down to the fact that the Durace is Di2 and on my race bike. BUT and a big BUT at that, the Durace is no where as competent in the hill climb, I am up on the pegs more and use a lot more energy in the climb for no advantage in speed. So in summary, if you would like a great all round cassette to do everything, this is the cassette to use, hands down. If you can afford to go to the Ultegra 11/32 11 speed then the comparison is the same, though you are spending a lot more money than you would on the PG1050. The PG cassette is 10speed, has a top gear 11 tooth cog, which moves you along really nicely on the flatter stuff, its quiet, its resilient to the forces put on it by a insane climb. It is easy to clean and I have no wear marks on it after some gruelling rides. My humble opinion, by this cassette, you wont regret it. Matt 22 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by first try of sram cassette anthill now i had ride on shimanno cassette SLX 2x10 with XO deralier work with no issues and problems was very curios to try sram cassette. bought this one ....so after one month of using what can i say....feel crispy and very comfortable speed changes ...another feeling then shimano .... one thing that i did not like is: the cassette built all rings came separate all Pressure on one ring so it is more damage on your hub.....but if one ring broken or something you can change it , not like on shimano i think its the same feeling like as new SLX cassette 14 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Super smooth gear changes Great piece of kit for upgrading that stock cassette....... works ace with my X9 setup ... 25 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality Cassette. I bought a pair of spare wheels to use with slick tyres on training rollers. I have one of these cassettes on my 'off road' wheel which has served me well and is still going strong. I wanted to fit the same cassette on my spare roller wheel for ease of change-over so I'm expecting the same good service from this one. 04 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by A bit pricey but works as supposed Well, it's a cassette, so there's not much to say. Material seems very good, although it's a bit pricey. 04 December 2013
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how do you select the teeth for a cassette?
I would like to buy:

Truvativ X0 BB30 2x10sp Chainset and I would also like to know how I choose the teeth for the crankset also what chain and cassette are best with the pg1050

42.28t or 39.26t

170 or 175m

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It all depends on how much power you can express with your legs, really: I personally use an 11-36 when I use a single 32 chainring, but when I mount a double chainring setup (mine is 36-22) I never use the 36 because it's just too easy. That's me and I have some good training (amateur training, that is, I'm not a pro).

So just keep this in mind: the bigger the number, the more training you need to use it properly. Also, it depends on the kind of biking you do: if it's more xc (so you have a lighter bike) you can go bigger than, say, if you ride AM or Enduro.

As for the crankset, it depends on several factors, including (but absolutely not only) the length of you leg and, in particular, your inseam length. I suggest you just measure the one you actually have and keep using that length.
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From my opinion and about what my friends prefer it it much better to have the biggest chain set (crank set) in front so as to can run faster. When you have a lot of speeds in cassette the point is having more teeth with big differences so to use speeds and see little differences from one to other. The length of the chain set go with your inseam (If your inseam is 75-82cm it's better to choose 170mm, if your inseam is 83-90cm it's better to choose 175mm.)
So in conclusion i Suggest you:
Truvativ X0 BB30 2x10sp Chainset : 42.28t
SRAM PG1050 10 Speed MTB Cassette : 11.36t
Chain : Every Sram chain for 10 speed will work great. I suggest : SRAM PC1051 10 Speed Chain
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/gr/en/sram-pc1051-10-speed-chain/rp-prod51844 which has big discount this days.
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Cassette swappable ?

my PG 1050 cassette currently is the 11 - 36 T option.
I notice that this option is no longer available, if I swapped to the 12 - 36 T option what would the effect be ???.
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Well, as you probably know already, those are the number of teeth you have on the first and last cogs, so basically you'll have 12 teeth instead of 11 (and maybe some other different teeth count in-between, but I have no idea whatsoever) and that's about it. Which means that the main difference is that it will be very slightly (and I mean VERY VERY slightly) easier to pedal when you use the 12 instead of the 11.
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Your question does have a few variables to be considered, but for the ease of answering the question, IF all other gears remain the same as previous on the cassette you already use then the only difference that you would really notice is a 2% ratio difference, EG if you are using a 34 chainring on a 11 tooth rear cog the ratio is 3.0, on a 12 tooth cog the ratio is 2.8

Speed would be nominal and unless you are super fit or racing downhill an 11 tooth is superfluous, I use an 11/25 on the race bike and a 12/32 on the tourer, both have 34/53 chainring set ups, with the race bike having 172.5mm cranks and the tourer 175mm cranks. I am not a professional racer, I just plod around mid pack with an occasional win, But I do ride the masters so I have some age, the young fellas in their teens and 20's fly past me!!!!

To be able to give you an exact speed difference at a certain cadence, I would need to know your Chainring sizes, wheel size.

If you are using an 11/36 now I would assume this is a MTB, If so the 11 tooth to 12 tooth is a nominal difference with the associated riding involved, If you have 11/36 on a road bike you could climb Everest!!! again the 12 tooth will not make that much a difference.
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Changing to 2x10?

Hello I have a 2011 Specialized Hardrock pro Disc, I am thinking about changing gearing,
The Current gearing is Front 42t x 32t x 22t and rear is 8 speed 11-32,
I only cycle tow paths local lanes etc so mainly use the 32t front gear unless a really steep hill.

My questions I'm unsure off are,
What changes do I need to do to covert and what gear ratios would you recommend?
Was Thinking 2 x 10?

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To convert from a 3x8 to a 2x10 drivetrain, a fair amount of components will require being changed on the bike; comprising of:

Shifters (front and rear)
Front Derailleur
Rear Derailleur
Crankset/Front chainrings
Cassette
Chain

For more advice and guidance on this conversion; please contact out Technical Department below with some information on where you would like to take this upgrade -

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/...
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it is very simple to do.....
if you want to stay with your current gear so you need only go to
bikeshop and tell them to take down the big ring ....it will take 5 min!

i am suggest you also to buy bush guard.

about gear....

the front you dont need to change

rear : go to full SLX it is very good and not expensive
chain ,cassette, shifter , deralier

if you have money so go to XT or sram X9
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Данная кассета SRAM PG1050 10 использует стандартное крепление, подходящее для любой SRAM/Shimano 8,9 and 10 опции.
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I've a cyclocross with a wearing PG1050 11-32 cassette. Would this item be a suitable replacement or do I need the road version?

Bike is a standard Boardman CX, running a SRAM Apex long arm rear deraileur.
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Yes this cassette is perfect for your Cyclecross, I have it fitted to a Trek Madone and running a 105 medium cage R/D. It works fine and I have had no issues at all. Make sure you match a chain and that your crankset and F/D is capable of 10 speed.
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Yes, this cassette would be a fine replacement; be aware however that MTB cassettes can be slightly heavier but in contrast are harder wearing.
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What teeth ratios does this come with?

is it 11-12-14-16....etc
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11-32 = 11-12-13-15-17-19-22-25-28-32

11-36 = 11-13-15-17-19-22-25-28-32-36

12-32 = 12-13-14-15-17-19-22-25-28-32

12-36 = 12-13-15-17-19-22-25-28-32-36
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Same as PG1050 road cassette?

Are the road and MTB "variants" of the SRAM PG1050 cassette actually the same cassette?

Is there a reason why the wider-ranged cassettes (11-32 and 11-36) have been separated from the more compact cassettes?
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Yes; these are the same cassette, but the 11/12-32 and 11/12-36 are more common as MTB ratios and will usually require an MTB rear derailleur, so they have been listed as a separate answer.
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