Components - Bicycle Cassettes

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Here's a list of popular and relevant bicycle cassette brands:

  • Shimano
  • SRAM
  • Campagnolo
  • Sunrace
  • KMC
  • Miche
  • Box Components
  • e*thirteen
  • Garbaruk
  • Hope
  • Rennen
  • Endless Bike Co.
  • Onyx
  • Token
  • Leonardi
  • Archer Components
  • IRD
  • Saccon
  • Sturmey-Archer
  • Soma
  • White Industries
  • Rotor
  • Praxis Works
  • Wolf Tooth Components
  • Abbey Bike Tools

These brands cover a wide range of cassette options for various cycling disciplines, including road, mountain, gravel, cyclocross, and more. They offer cassettes with different cog ranges, materials (steel, aluminum, titanium), and compatibility with different drivetrain systems (e.g., 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed, 12-speed).

Shimano, SRAM, and Campagnolo are the leading manufacturers of high-performance cassettes, often designed to work seamlessly with their respective drivetrain components.

Sunrace, KMC, and Miche are well-known for their wide range of cassette options catering to different budgets and performance levels.

Brands like Box Components, e*thirteen, Garbaruk, and Hope specialize in cassettes for specific applications, such as downhill, freeride, or single-speed setups.

Rennen, Endless Bike Co., and Onyx offer innovative cassette designs focused on durability, weight savings, or improved performance.

Token, Leonardi, and Archer Components provide cassette options for upgrading or replacing OEM cassettes on entry-level and mid-range bicycles.

IRD, Saccon, and Sturmey-Archer are known for their cassettes designed for internal gear hub systems and coaster brakes.

Soma, White Industries, Rotor, Praxis Works, and Wolf Tooth Components cater to the high-end and custom-build markets with their precision-engineered cassette offerings.

Abbey Bike Tools is a respected brand for cassette tool kits and accessories, allowing cyclists to maintain and install cassettes with ease.

This list covers a comprehensive range of cassette options, ensuring riders can find the right combination of gear range, weight, durability, and compatibility to match their riding style, drivetrain setup, and budget.