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Cassettes

The heart of the derailleur is the bicycle cassette. The number and size of its sprockets determines how light or heavy the gears are that you have to pedal.

Note: For your drive to run optimally, you should not only replace the cassette, but also the chain.

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The cassette on the bike consists of different sized gears (or sprockets) - that's why it is also called sprocket or pinion set. On the sprockets of the cassette runs the chain, which is moved by the rear derailleur between the individual gears. Together with the front chainring, this gives the gear ratio of the circuit.

The number and size of the sprockets determines how light or heavy the gears are that you have to pedal. The smaller a cassette sprocket is - that is, the fewer teeth it has - the heavier the gear. The more teeth a sprocket has, the lighter the gear.

Well-known manufacturers are: Shimano, SRAM and Campagnolo.

When exchanging, it is best to buy the same cassette again. Pay attention to the manufacturer brand, the shifting group and capacity. Currently derailleurs have eleven or twelve pinions. Depending on the brand, even up to 13 sprockets are possible.

If you want to mount cassettes yourself, you need two special tools. First, you need a cassette puller to open and close the end ring that secures the cassette on the freewheel body of the hub. In addition, you also need a counterholder such as a chain whip, with which you can prevent the cassette from rotating on the freewheel body when opening the end ring. If you want to regularly change cassettes yourself, then the investment in these two bicycle tools can be well worth it.