Shimano Tiagra groupset review

Everything you need to know about the Shimano Tiagra 4700 groupset: still the only 10-speed groupset in the brand's stable

Tiagra now has the look and feel of Shimano's higher spec group sets even if it remains ten speed

Cycling Weekly Verdict

Looks and works like Shimano’s higher end groupsets, even if it remains ten-speed

Reasons to buy
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    High end look

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    Excellent front and rear shifting

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    Good brakes

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    Wider shifting range

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Reasons to avoid
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    Still only ten speed

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“Old” Shimano Tiagra 4600 was due an overhaul: it was the oldest groupset in Shimano’s stable and was beginning to show its age both in appearance and performance relative to Shimano’s higher end groupsets.

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