• SRAM - PG-1050 Cassette (10-Speed) - One Color
  • SRAM - PG-1050 Cassette (10-Speed) - One Color
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SRAM PG-1050 Cassette (10-Speed)

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$50.40 - $58.80 $84.00

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    • One Color, 11x26
      sale $58.80
    • One Color, 11x28
      sale $58.80
    • One Color, 11x36
      sale $50.40
    • One Color, 12x26
      sale $58.80

    Tech Specs

    Cog Material:
    forged 7000 series alloy
    Hub Type:
    Shimano or SRAM compatible
    Recommended Use:
    road cycling, mountain biking
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    2 years

    When every gear counts.

    SRAM’s shifting prowess is one of its greatest selling points. The affordable PG-1050 10-Speed Cassette proves that you don’t need to spend a fortune to get a stellar shifting experience. The PG-1050 uses SRAM’s WiFli (Wider, Faster, Lighter) as the basis for its design. Using both an 11-36 and 12-36 option, you’re given a full range of gears so you’re never stuck doing that frantic “up, down, up” shifting to find something your legs like. SRAM uses PowerGlide technology to design the ramps and teeth to hold and release your chain for smooth shifting. The PG-1050 is built around an aluminum spider for the largest of the cogs to save weight. The cogs are nickel-plated steel, which keeps corrosion and rust at bay for a long life. The spline configuration means that it will fit any SRAM 9/10 speed freehub. It works well with any 10-speed chain, although SRAM touts the best shifting from its PC-1000 series chain.

    • WiFli design
    • PowerGlide technology

    Bang for your Buck

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Super cassette for someone who rides bikes hard and is perhaps a heavier-rider. Metal holds up to quick gear shifts as well as extended use in dirty/tough terrain conditions.

    Good budget cassette

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Used for a trainer wheel. Great price and went on easily.

    Great longevity.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The PG1050 cassette is affordable and lasts for what seems to be forever. Heavier than most cassettes in the SRAM line up, but the trade off for a cassette that is reliable is worth it.

    does the job, good wear, a bit heavy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought my first sram cassette and ran on a shimano DA setup looking for a better gearing range. I went back to an ultegra because there was a weight penalty involved

    What is the weight difference?

    Fat man Gear

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Riding a 2013 Trek Domane 2.0. Great bike but as someone that only gets to ride at best a couple of times a week was missing the triple in my old bike. Swapped out the rear cassette and replaced the stock 30 tooth with this 32 tooth. Enjoying the extra lower gear to help on the hills. No more than I ride I need all the help I can get when I get about the 60 mile mark.

    On not is to make sure that you have the correct derailleur. For the 32 tooth at least on the Domane I had to swap that as well. The 2013 model had the short cage. Had to swap and use the long cage.

    Fat man Gear

    Works with Shimano 105 5600 shifter!

      Upgraded my bike for climbing. Used this cassette with DR5701GS (rear derailleur) with 5600 105 shifters. Worked like a charm and I didn't need to buy a new 11 speed 5700 groupset to get to 32 cog in rear!

      Use this on my trainer wheel

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Picked the 1050 up to go with my trainer specific wheel for winter use. I have the 1070 on my riding wheels and don't notice much of a difference between shifting quality between the 1070 and 1050. Seems to me it boils down to weight.

      Great gears for climbing!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      The cassette is very substancial for climbing. I am coming from a 12-25 105 system to this gearing on the Orca. The 28-32 gives a bit more for steeper climbs if you are prone to areas with some decent grades. I live in the NC mountains so to find total flats impossible but that would be boring. I do dislike the lower gearing on the 11 cog for it turns like a hopped chain. But it is a sacrifice for that 28-32 I guess. I rather have some option for the climbs than not. Overall a decent cassette so far.

      I have the 32 cassette that came w the orbea. Looking to do some major climbs. Will this 36 fit fine on that set up?its a ten speed compact crankset w 32 largest cassette currently.

      You'll have to check your rear derailleur's limit to see what it can take.