First Look: XTR M9100 | SHIMANO

First Look: XTR M9100 | SHIMANO

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Here it is! The brand new XTR M9100: designed to meet the highest level competitive mountain bike racing needs with a second to none performance and experience. Let’s have a closer look at the XC and Enduro bike builds and dive into some of the finer details.

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Readers Comments (50)

  1. Bruder Rüdiger April 23, 2021 @ 12:04 am

    Makes me wonder if it was the right decision to go for the M820 Saint Brakes.
    Especially with their price tag so close together.
    Edit: better than the old Deore Disc brake tho, which broke 3 Times in half with no one felt responsible for it, even tho it was only 10 Months old.
    Why cant you provide a normal customer friendly customer service like every other brand?

  2. Sepeda idaman,

  3. Which cycle is used in this video. Can you tell me plz

  4. What bike frames did they use?

  5. Now the road groups are now shadow they make new XTR without the shadow link

  6. Pls Send me the Enduro Version for Keeper Testing 😛 <3

  7. Both Phillips screw and Slotted screw on XTR freaks me out again… 3:36

  8. #drooling

  9. Nice nice And very nice

  10. I have a question i like to buy this xtr but can i fit this to my specialized camber 2011 Pls reply thank you

  11. Ahmad Izzat Shahmier Alhamdulillah April 23, 2021 @ 12:14 am

    Alhamdulillah 🙂

  12. The location of the clamp on the new brake levers makes no sense. Instead of taking less than 2cm of handlebar space like the previous model, the new levers take about 6cm. If you see Jolanda Neff’s bike, you’ll notice that they had to install her suspension lockout out of normal hand riding position reach because of the ridiculous location of the clamp on these brake levers.

  13. What make Seat post on the Rigid BMC bike ???

  14. Maciej Jan Długosz April 23, 2021 @ 12:19 am

    03:26 that is FALSE advertisement. Commercial version of those hubs make noise when freewheeling. Shimano changed execution of the internals and that causes noise when freewheeling. I wonder why Shimano did not explain that demo version is different than commercial version.

  15. sebastian marmolejo April 23, 2021 @ 12:20 am

    Que marcos son esos?

  16. My bicycle is Shimano Vector voice 10. 🚴‍♂️👍

  17. Xtr the best of sram💪💪💪

  18. Dura-Ace needs Sylence!!!

  19. I like the xtr xc!!!

  20. Now is the time to "upgrade" to 11-speed, methinks 🙂

  21. GMBN Presenter?

  22. I like the xtr xc!!!

  23. please make 10-26 12 speed cassete for us who are stronkkkk 😀

  24. Graxxor Anandro Vidhelssen April 23, 2021 @ 12:27 am

    Noooo;.. .Not another hub standard… DAFAQ are Microsplines?

  25. Fuck, never spin that crank what we’re waiting for

  26. These honestly are great pedals but they do have a dark side. I was able to put just under 100 miles on these guys before they revealed their sinister side. I will say at 46 years of age I have had many small incidental injuries in my cycling career. Scrapes, bruises, busted ego…..the occasional need of a band-aid…Nothing however in my wildest imagination would have made me think a pedal could draw blood and remove flesh like a medieval tool. While riding my Yeti SB5.5 I was hopping over an obstacle when my right foot came unclipped. Note that I LOVED these pedals right up to the point that the pedal let my foot loose in an unintended fashion….Upon coming down out of the air and looking for good footing back on my pedal I found myself slightly out of balance from the release of my foot. I missed the pedal completely with my foot and found my leg between my ankle and calf was instantly in searing pain. After coming to a hasty stop for visual inspection I found it looked like a rabid beast had attacked my leg. Wondering how on earth I had managed such an injury i looked to my pedal and found a large filet of my flesh was literally hanging off the edge of it. (PD-M9100 XTR’s)

    Why on earth Shimano felt the need to put a sharp edge on the outbound side of a pedal is beyond me. Let me go back to the beginning and state these are great pedals but they will extract their pound of flesh if given the opportunity. I highly recommend taking a file or grinder to radius those protruding sharp edges before you clip in!

  27. Next year will be electronic version for an additional grand, probably a 4 grand group set now

  28. I’m just really happy to see the XTR hubs going for the silent route. Loud hubs are annoying like you wouldn’t believe.

  29. Sh*t so beautiful!!!

  30. shimano the best for mtb

  31. Marcello Lupinacci April 23, 2021 @ 12:36 am


  32. What about Shimano Nexus with Scylence technology? Is that possible?

  33. Buenas BMC

  34. where is XT and SLX version? i cant afford XTR

  35. SCOTTY

  36. pro volags logan April 23, 2021 @ 12:49 am

    Look at that!!! Gear I’m getting a boner

  37. You know what that means… SRAM 1×13 or 10-52 or both. #armsrace

  38. the ‘R’ resembles that from the 10 speed era. M98X 😀 like.

  39. what kind of frame is that bike? so cool and so nice 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

  40. BMC 프레임이네?

  41. You coulda spun the rear wheel to demonstrate the silent running!

    Oh! Sorry. Must watch video to the end before commenting ☺️

  42. Роман Фандеев April 23, 2021 @ 12:54 am

    Что за райдер, который даже не катанул на байке в видео?!

  43. Grips??

  44. Goran Stojanovski April 23, 2021 @ 12:56 am

    Shut up and take my kidney!

  45. Im gonna wait for the xt version😁

  46. 15mil reais, To fora.
    Não sou milionário para pagar esta fortuna em um grupo

  47. dlangap dlangap April 23, 2021 @ 12:58 am

    Regone piro cah?

  48. Ghost Bike Ahead Composites April 23, 2021 @ 12:58 am

    Geiles Teil XTR . 😍👍

  49. The new xtr looks lit i want to buy one but im broke

  50. Is the bike in the vid for sale

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