Offering slicker shifting and quieter use, the Shimano Dura-Ace CN-9000 Bicycle Chain - 11 Speed boasts a symmetrical design, meaning it's impossible to fit it the wrong way. Featuring a PTFE coating which acts as a lubricating layer, the chain is made to stand the test of time and provide the ultimate in durability. With hollow rivets for a more lightweight construction, the 11 speed drive allows the rider to 'tune' the bike to their individual needs. - L.M.
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Good price. I live in the U.S. so it took a bit of time to arrive. It works out well for me to order from PBK when I'm in no major rush. Thanks for the good deal PBK!
These chains are smooth, quick-shifting and very long-lasting. When I arbitrarily replaced it with a new chain at 4,000 miles, it showed no visible wear or stretch and was still completely silent. The only maintenance I performed was a gentle surface cleaning with a mild solvent every other ride. One caveat - I never rode it in wet weather so mileage may vary.
Standard new chain. What else is there to say except now it's not directional. It's thinner and lighter. I break a chain once every 5-10 years and I am irresponsible about changing them. Unlike the guys who change a chain every 6 months or 2-3000 miles I just keep running these things unless the shifting deteriorates or it breaks. Hopefully this will be as durable as the prior iterations. No problems in the first 2800 miles so far under race conditions with 700,000 feet of climbing so far this year.