Questions tagged [linkglide]

LinkGlide is a cassette design, that includes new tooth profile that is meant to increase durability (compared to Hyperglide) and shifting under load. It was originally introduced for electric mountain bikes in some Deore/XT lines, but has been adopted in CUES, a new product line for utility bikes, electric bikes and entry-level bikes.

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Can I use road shifters with Linkglide cassette?

We know that road shifters for CUES may be coming in the future. What's interesting is that CUES derailleurs feature a tension adjuster, which is meaningful. In general, it seems like the new groupset ...
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What is linkglide/cues and how do they differ from existing standards?

This question is intended to be a canonical question, meant to be referenced when appropriate. In 2021, Shimano launched two LinkGlide Deore and XT Drivetrains (shifter/derailleurs/cassettes, numbers ...
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Luna eclipse 42T chain ring and Shimano Linkglide is there a chain that fits both?

My cargo e-bike has a Luna Eclipse 42T chainring with a narrow-wide pattern. Lunacycles states the chainring will work with any 8, 9 or 10 speed chain and that an 11 or 12 speed chain will not work. I ...
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Shimano LinkGlide (durable range) cassette/chain compatibility with non-LinkGlide derailleur

I've seen that the Shimano LinkGlide range starts to be available in shops. LinkGlide is a new sub-range (flat handle bar, Deore and XT) that emphasizes on durability, meant for e-bikes and commuters. ...
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