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Updated: Cyclorise launch Twenty21, a drivetrain component brand with 12-speed chains and cassettes

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Cyclorise, UK Distributors of Revel Bikes, Fasst Co, OChain and other brands, have launched their very own drivetrain component brand called Twenty21. Setting out to fill the gaps left by COVID-induced supply chain issues, Twenty21 offer cassettes and chains for 10-, 11- and 12-speed drivetrains, for both SRAM and Shimano setups. 

Twenty21 Drivetrain Components

twenty21 12 speed shimano cassette microspline 10-52T

Twenty21 are B2B only, so if you’re in desperate need of a new 12-speed chain or cassette, you best get your local bike shop to apply for an account with Cyclorise ASAP. Most components, including 12 speed chains and cassettes for SRAM and Shimano, are available to pre-order only, though Cyclorise say they have more stock arriving every couple of weeks.

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Cyclorise say the Twenty21 chains are made by the same factories that make the very best chains in the world

At the moment, Twenty21 offer 10-, 11- and 12-speed chains compatible with SRAM, Shimano, TRP and BOX drivetrains. They feature an outer plate chamfer for fast shifting, laser cut to save on weight. They also get power riveted pins with a chromium carbide coating for increased strength. Each chain comes with a quick-link.

12 speed cassette sram xd twenty21

Twenty21 also have 11- and 12-speed cassettes with fitments for HG, SRAM XD and Shimano MicroSpline freehub bodies.

Update: Cyclorise tell us they are getting different models of cassette from different sources, though all from the “far east”, and not unique to Twenty21. “We have tested a range from different sources and settled on those we feel offer solid performance for a competitive price when compared to our brand-name competitors. Our proposition is UK held stock, warranty and a reliable quality” – Thomas at Cyclorise.

Cyclorise.com

 

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Darren
Darren
1 year ago

Where are their products manufactured? Seems to be just a rebrand of Chinese items, or UK distribution of Chinese products already out in the market.

alloycowboy
alloycowboy
1 year ago

Who is engineering, manufactering and, doing quality control on these items? These are the really important things your readers care about so they don’t die using these products when a cassette or chain fails.

Jim E
Jim E
1 year ago

If their products work as well as their website then no thanks.

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K-Pop is dangerous to your health
1 year ago

Jim E, I just clicked through the entire site and found no problems. Maybe it’s time to upgrade your Commodore 64.

Jaap
Jaap
1 year ago

Nice to see some budget 12s options

K-Pop is dangerous to your health
K-Pop is dangerous to your health
1 year ago

I’ve never heard of someone dying from a chain or cassette fail. Melodrama much?

blahblah1233445
1 year ago

All I see are Sunrace cassettes and KMC chains, just with different branding…

moremud
moremud
1 year ago

B2B? B2C? Their website mentions both and I have no idea what they’re talking about.

eddiecycle
eddiecycle
1 year ago

These look like another rebranding of Sunrace stuff. If so it’s pretty solid, with quality on par with last gen XT in my experience

satanas
satanas
1 year ago

The cassettes look like cheaper Chinese stuff to me, not Sunrace; most of the tooth counts differ too.

andrewfelixrose
andrewfelixrose
1 year ago

These are literally ZTTO parts (aliexpress). FYI they are not good I’ve been through two of them, they never shifted right and they lasted around 1000km if not less.

Sunrace are actually much better.

Crash Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot
1 year ago

Looks like the Sunshine/ZRace casettes I’ve been using for the last few years. They work brilliantly.

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